9 Best Department Stores In Rome, Italy

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Rome is a beautiful and sprawling city with around 3,000 years of history behind it, readily seen in the architecture, historic buildings, and art on display in the city. The city is well-known for the striking Roman Colosseum, as well as the Forum and other Roman buildings and ruins in the city. Rome is also known for being the home of Vatican City, the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church, along with the beautiful St. Peter’s Basilica and the fascinating Vatican Museums where such wonders as the Sistine Chapel with its frescoes by Michelangelo can be seen. The city is a wonderful dining experience, with its many restaurants serving traditional Italian and international cuisine. It is also famous for its shopping. Anyone looking for retail therapy in Rome should visit the famous shopping streets with their quaint boutiques and vintage outlets and also check out the best department stores in Rome, Italy listed below.

1. Rinascente Roma Piazza Fiume

La Rinascente II
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Rinascente Roma Piazza Fiume offers a wide range of men’s, women’s and children’s fashion wear and accessories, as well as shoes and beauty products. You can also choose from a delightful range of homeware, gifts, baggage and travel products, and toys for children of all ages. A full range of food items, both local and international, is also available in the store. On the subject of eating, the center also features a number of restaurants, bars and cafes perfect for a snack or a full-blown meal.

Rinascente Roma Piazza Fiume

Address: Piazza Fiume, Rome, Italy

Website: Rinascente Roma Piazza Fiume

Opening hours: Mon - Tue: 9:30am - 9pm; Wed, Fri: 9:30am - 9:30pm; Thu: 9:30am - 12am; Sat: 9:30am - 10pm; Sun: 10am - 10pm

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2. Coin

Douglas Shop inside
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You can choose from a range of top brand names in fashion while shopping at Coin in the heart of Rome. Besides the latest fashions, there are accessories and shoes to perfectly accompany your new outfits. A good selection of beauty products is also on sale at Coin. There is also a range of home decor items for sale, including bedding, cushions, curtaining, items for the dining room, and other accessories. Personal shoppers are available for anyone who needs a little help with their shopping experience.


Address: Piazzale Appio, 7, Rome, Italy

Website: Coin

Opening hours: 10am - 8:30pm (daily)

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3. Unico Prezzo Italiano Milano (UPIM)

Palazzo dell'Upim
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Unico Prezzo Italiano Milano, or just UPIM for short, is a well-known and popular department store in Rome, selling the latest in fashion and fashion accessories for men, women, children and babies, including shoes and jewelry. The department store also sells a full range of home accessories, including quality bath towels, bed linen, curtains, cushions, and kitchenware to suit every taste.


Address: Via Gioberti, 64, Rome, Italy

Website: UPIM

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 9am - 8:30pm; Sun: 9am - 8pm

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4. OVS Industry

Via panzani, loggetta
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OVS is one of the leading brands of fashion in Italy for men, women, teenagers, children, and babies, all at affordable prices. There are 900 branches of the OVS department store throughout Italy and the shop also offers an online shopping experience. Each season their stock is updated with the latest in the season’s styles in the way of clothing, undergarments, shoes, swimwear and all types of accessories to suit the whole family.

OVS Industry

Address: Via del Tritone, 172, Rome, Italy

Website: OVS Industry

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 9am - 8pm; Sun: 9:30am - 8pm

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Major shopping streets in Rome

If you are still looking for shopping in Rome, the following are some of the major shopping streets of the city, perfect for a leisurely stroll and window shopping in the evenings, or shopping by day, or just to simply see and be seen in Rome.

5. Via del Corso

Roma, vista 04 via del corso
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The Via del Corso is one of the main shopping streets heading through the historical center of Rome. The street features a number of narrow, winding alleyways and small piazzas along the way. Visit stores selling the major fashion brands, jewelry, and more along the way, as well as traditional food stores, cafes, and restaurants. There is also a range of souvenir shops and peddlers selling local wares Via del Corso is one of the main streets in the city to stroll in the evenings, to see, and be seen. It is an essential part of any visit to Rome.

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6. Via Cola di Rienzo

Mercato dell' Unità - Via Cola di Rienzo - Roma
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Via Cola di Rienzo is the main thoroughfare through the commercial Prati neighborhood of Rome. This is one of the best streets in Rome for leisurely shopping and window shopping. The street is not as crowded as Via Corso, but still offers a great selection of Italian and international brand names mixed in with traditional, local shops. Also worth a visit is the Mercato dell’ Unità market pictured here. The street is conveniently placed close to the Sistine Chapel.

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7. Via del Boschetto

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Via del Boschetto runs through Monti, the hippest neighborhood of Rome. The historic street dates back some three centuries and today is lined with a range of lovely vintage shops and boutiques selling handicrafts, jewelry, and clothes to suit young and old, as well as quaint cafes. The street begins at Via Degli Zingari and ends at Via Nazionale.

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8. Via dei Coronari

Via Dei Coronari (Straßenschild)
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Located just off Piazza Navona in the historic heart of Rome, Via dei Coronari is a narrow and quaint street, lined by picturesque 15th- and 16th-century buildings. While retaining its Italian Renaissance character, the street is home to shops selling mostly art and antiques, along with quaint clothing boutiques, jewelry stores, and book stores. There is also a supermarket selling local fare and several pretty cafes, ideal to just sit, have a coffee, and watch the world go by.

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9. Via dei Giubbonari

Via dei Giubbonari - panoramio
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Located in the Campo de’ Fiori area of Rome, Via dei Guibbonari translates literally to Jacket Makers’ Street. While the street no longer dedicated itself to only jacket-making, there is an impressive range of clothing stores, including shops like Empresa, Ethic, Vic Matie, Dada and Pink, making the street one of the most popular in the area. There is also a selection of other shops, including shoe stores and traditional delicatessens selling local cheeses and more.

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Shop until you drop in beautiful Rome, Italy

While the many historic attractions in Rome are fascinating to visit and see, the city also offers one of the best shopping experiences in the world. Head to some of the best department stores in Rome, Italy and stroll the meandering and attractive shopping streets of the city. Enjoy relaxation in one of Rome’s many quaint cafes along the way.

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Anne Sewell was born in England, but has spent most of her life in Africa - Malawi, Zimbabwe and South Africa - and now resides on the beautiful Costa del Sol in southern Spain. She loves writing...Read more

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