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Krista G. said, "...have given some great responses here, but I'll chime in to say that Via del Corso and the surrounding areas (including Piazza di Spagna or the "Spanish Steps") is the best for mainstream shops and designer duds. Bonus points for close proximity to..." See More
Kristal S. said, "...Hi Julie, The more touristy and well known areas are Corso Street and Piazza di Spagna, here you will find all the known brands. For a less touristy place, check out Via Cola di Rienzo, nice shops but not super expensive designer..." See More
Asan S. said, "...Actually it depends on your budget. All the luxury shops are around Piazza di Spagna. But the truth is you can buy the same luxury product in all over the world because there's Gucci, Louis Vuitton, etc. everywhere. So Rome doesn't really..." See More
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Krista G. said, "...visiting St. Peter's Basilica), and a couple of days for walking around and seeing other sites, including: Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, Piazza di Spagna, Villa Borghese, Campo de' Fiori, Trastevere, Castel Sant'Angelo/St. Angelo Bridge, Monte Mario. Enjoy your trip, Rome is amazing!..." See More
Anna G. said, "...the canals, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam and Van Gogh Museum. In Rome there is sooo much to see! Surely Colosseum, the Roman Forum, Piazza di Spagna, Vatican City. Restaurant recommendations: Sabatini in Vicolo Santa Maria in Trastevere, Giggetto, Ponte e Parione, Tre Scalini (for..." See More
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