Shopping Tour in Rome
The city is known for its various historic buildings from the era of ancient Rome
Street of Rome - Image Credit M Paath Djojonegoro
Shopping in Rome can be one of the attractions of tourists visiting Rome, a city laden with ancient Roman royal stories and bringing anyone into an impressive time. You're not surprised if the story of this city is always synonymous with the great heroes of the past.
But. Skip ahead with these great historical stories, the city seems to have another attraction, the shopping tour, it has a lot of shopping centers, and be prepared to choose various items on offer, because you can go to an expensive shopping center, and at the same time can go to places where shopping is cheap.
If then you have time there, quoting CNN Indonesia, January 30, present various shopping places that can satisfy the curiosity of the tourists, but of course after tired of traveling to places of historical buildings.
As you stand in the center of town, be prepared to be present in shopping areas according to the strength of the wallet, as quoted from Tripsavy and various other sources.
Let's say you want to visit a luxurious shopping place, available some fashion products, such as Fendi, Valentino, Bulgari. Take a little more to get to the area of Via Condotti, Via Borgognona, Via Frattina, Via Sistina and Via Bocca de Leone displaying many luxury stores like this.
The city is also friendly with more moderate shopping areas for the more dominant middle class, of course they, townspeople are not always shopping for expensive fashion products.
Fashion products in shop window - Image Credit M Paath Djojonegoro
You can come to a shopping center that offers products from a large chain of stores like Zara or H&M available in the Via del Corso area, which tourists can visit in the middle of a hunt. There is also a large chain store with two malls, Rinascente and COIN.
For tourists who want a quieter shopping spot, you can visit an area that seems more quiet than the noise of the big city, which is on Via Cola di Rienzo that offers the same product at medium prices.
Well, do not forget if the fans of antique products can visit the Porta Portese area that is open every Sunday from 7 am to 1 pm. If you want other fashion-themed antique products, you can also visit the open Via Sannio area from Monday to Saturday.
Rome can make you tired of shopping, and it's like to get back to the hotel quickly, but there are other interesting shopping areas, say home-made knick-knacks or paintings on Via del Babuino, Via Giulia, Via Giulia or Via del Governo Vecchio.
Shop till you drop!
Source: CNN Indonesia, Tripsavy
Image: M Paath Djojonegoro