Via del Corso

Open Time : 10:00 AM TO 9:00 PM

Entry : free

Address : Via del Corso, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

Why to visit Via del Corso

From Piazza Venezia to Piazza del Popolo, this huge street is lined with shops from top to bottom. While there are no real shopping malls in Rome's city centre (happily), Via del Corso has the biggest concentration of retailers near the historic attractions. It's the equivalent of Rome's main street, with major retailers such as Zara, H&M, and Nike occupying significant space. Despite the presence of superstores, modest family-run shops can still be found here.

Those looking for a somewhat higher price point can visit premium retailers such as Sisley, Miss Sixty, or Diesel, while athletic types can visit Nike, Adidas, Puma, and Lacoste. Visit Sephora, MAC, or Italy's own Kiko Cosmetics for all of your beauty needs. Make a beeline for Gazelle, one of Rome's most trusted leather goods manufacturers, if you want to buy in Italian leather.

There is also a new AS Roma Store, which has been open since 2016, as well as the Galleria Alberto Sordi, a large shopping complex in the heart of the city. Along with the giant superstores, there are several tiny family-run shops here, including some truly hidden gems like the Alfieri Leather Shop, which sells artisan made in Italy jackets.

Special Tip

It is advisable to go this boulevard as it is quite busy, particularly on weekends and during sales periods, with crowds spilling out onto the road when the sidewalk is flooded with tourists and Romans seeking for new items.

By Sparsh Kapoor

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