Is absolutely recommended to walk from one place to another since all the locations are in the city center.
To visit the sites mentioned it takes about 4 or 5 hours, depends on the time you decide to stop in the shops.
The itinerary of Rome for those who want to do shopping! From Termini Train Station to Colonna's Gallery, the cheap and the most luxury shops, everything you need for a good day of shopping.
Our shopping itinerary stars from Termini Train Station for two reasons: the first is that it is easy to get the place, and then you should know that under the station there are many shops where you can make your purchases without paying high figures. Among the shops in the Termini Train Station you’ll find Nike, Levis, Tim etc.. Passing through Repubblica’ s Square continue along Via Nazionale, one of the busiest streets by the Romans and tourists for shopping. In fact here you can find cheap and more expensive shops such as Intimissimi, Calzedonia, Stefanel, Elena Mirò, David Saddler, Bata, Stonefly and much more. At the end of the street you arrive in Venice Square, from here take Via del Corso, another famous roman shopping’s street. Stroll the shops of Via del Corso until you arrive at the Colonna’s Gallery. Here you should make a short break. Inside the gallery you will find wonderful shops like Zara, Calvin Klein, La Rinascente and many others.
From here we recommend the following itineraries:
Shopping in Center Itinerary 2
Churches and Basilicas Itinerary 1
Historic Center Itinerary 1
Historic Center Itinerary 2