The Best Shopping in Rome, Italy

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Updated: May 3, 2022
By Santorini Dave

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14 Best Shops & Markets in Rome

1. Salumeria Roscioli • Historic Center & Jewish Ghetto

Salumeria Roscioli deli in Rome
Map • +39 06 687 5287
Three hundred varieties of cheese, 150 cured meats, conserves, pastas, wines, olive oils, and Balsamic vinegars – welcome to Rome’s most celebrated deli.

2. Confetteria Moriondo & Gariglio • Historic Center & Jewish Ghetto

Confetteria Moriondo and Gariglio in Rome
Map • +39 06 699 0856
Rome’s oldest chocolate shop. Many of its wares, attractively displayed in the crimson and brick-vaulted interior, are handmade according to 19th-century recipes.

3. Officina Profumo Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella • Historic Center & Jewish Ghetto

Officina Profumo Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella
Map • +39 06 687 9608
The Roman branch of a pharmacy chain founded in 17th-century Florence. Under a grand Murano chandelier are wooden display cabinets full of perfumes, cosmetics, natural remedies, and herbal infusions. Near Piazza Navona.

4. Via dei Condotti • Trastevere

Via Condotti shopping street in Rome
The fashion heart of Rome, Via dei Condotti is lined with luxury shops by Roman, Italian, and international designers. Beginning at the base of the Spanish Steps and running west, the street is intersected by a handful of smaller shopping streets and dotted with historic sights and stylish cafes.

5. Fendi • Tridente & Trevi Fountain

Fendi shop in Rome
Map • +39 06 3345 0890
The flagship store of the Rome-based Fendi fashion house. Occupying a landmark 18th-century palazzo, it stocks ready-to-wear clothes, branded bags, leatherware, watches, and accessories.

6. Marta Ray • Historic Center & Jewish Ghetto

Marta Ray shop in Rome
Map • +39 06 6880 2641
Small boutique selling ladies’ sandals and ballerina flats in a kaleidoscopic array of colors. Also has a selection of attractive leather bags. On Via dei Coronari, a charming cobbled street famous for its antique shops.

7. Ibiz Roma • Historic Center & Jewish Ghetto

Ibiz shop in Rome
Map • +39 06 6830 7297
Bags, wallets, purses, belts, and sandals; all handmade in soft, velvety leather. Near Campo de’ Fiori.

8. Eataly • Testaccio & Ostiense

Eataly market in Rome
Map • +39 06 9027 9201
A vast emporium dedicated to Italian food. Its four floors of shops, stalls, stands, snack bars, and restaurants stock all manner of gourmet delicacies.

9. SBU • Historic Center & Jewish Ghetto

SBU shop in Rome
Map • +39 06 6880 2547
Hip clothing store housed in a former draper’s shop. The Strategic Business Unit is best known for its jeans but also has a full range of men’s casual clothes, shoes, and accessories. Near great clothes shopping on Via del Governo Vecchio.

10. La Bottega del Marmoraro • Tridente & Trevi Fountain

La Bottega dei Marmoraro shop in Rome
Map • +39 06 320 7660
Marble plaques, busts, and statues litter this tiny workroom where you can get inscriptions made to order. It’s on Via Margutta, a charming street where film director Federico Fellini once lived at No. 110.

11. Campo de’ Fiori Market • Historic Center & Jewish Ghetto

Campo dei Fiore market in RomeMap
One of Rome’s best-known produce markets. Stalls laden with seasonal fruits, veggies, and flowers bring noise and color to this historic Roman piazza. As much for sightseeing as shopping.

12. Bartolucci • Historic Center & Jewish Ghetto

Bartolucci shop in Rome
Map • +39 06 6919 0894
Red-nosed Pinocchios, cuckoo clocks, rocking horses, model planes, games, and cute door signs, all handcrafted in wood. This cheerfully cluttered toy shop is something of a landmark in the Pantheon area.

13. Sermoneta • Tridente & Trevi Fountain

Sermoneta shop in Rome
Map • +39 06 679 1960
Rome’s most celebrated glove seller with a pair for every occasion. On Piazza di Spagna.

14. Porta Portese Market • Trastevere

Rome’s colossal Sunday flea market. Stalls sell everything from vintage clothes and leather jackets to craft jewelry, antiques, posters, prints, books, and bikes. Located in and around Piazza di Porta Portese in Trastevere.

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