This is the itinerary for those who want to go shopping! From Termini Train Station to the Altar of the Fatherland, from the inexpensive to the most luxurious shops, and the best monuments, museums and everything in between! Everything you need for a good day of culture and shopping.
It is absolutely recommended to walk from one place to another since all the locations are in the city center.
It takes about 8 hours to visit all the sites mentioned, depending on the amount of time you decide to stop in the shop.
Our shopping itinerary stars from Termini Train Station for many reasons. Among the many shops in Termini Train Station, you’ll find Nike, Levis, Tim and many others. Passing through Repubblica' s Square you’ll continue along Via Nazionale, which is one of the busiest shopping streets for Romans and tourists. In fact, you can find both 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’ll arrive in Venice Square. From here take Via del Corso, another famous roman shopping street. Stroll the shops of Via del Corso until you arrive at the Colonna’s Gallery. Have a short break here before continuing on this very long street! And now...are you ready to continue your discovery of the treasures in Rome’s historic center? Well, from Colonna’s Gallery continuing along Via del Corso, turn left onto Via delle Muratte. Walking a short ways up this street, you’ll find the beautiful Trevi Fountain. Be patient if you want to take pictures at the fountain ... because it is always very crowded! After you’ve thrown your coin, head back to Via del Corso. After walking a few meters, turn right onto Via del Seminario. At the end of the street you’ll arrive in Piazza della Rotonda, home of the Pantheon, one of the most important monuments of Rome. After viewing from the outside isn’t enough! Go inside and check out the famous dome with the circular opening. Especially interesting to see on a raining day! The area around the monument is always very crowded and full of shops. Wander around the area to check out the shops and cafés before heading to Navona Square, which is located not too far from the Pantheon. If you ventured over to Navona Square, there are some beautiful fountains, recently restored. Wheny ou’re ready, go back to the Pantheon. At this point, take Via della Rotonda which leads to Via di Torre Argentina and Largo di Torre Argentina. When you arrive at Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, go to the left and then straight on until the road joins Via del Plebiscito leading to Venice Square. At this point, take all the time you need to admire the steps and the Altar of the Fatherland. Are you tired? For history lovers we suggest a visit to the Altar of the Fatherland Museum containing artifacts outlining the history of Italian Unification. From Venice Square you can take a bus to Termini Train Station or walk downt o the closest subway station, “Colosseo” (Line B).
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