Art and culture mixes with local crafts and products of Italy. We have selected for you some addresses along the most important and exclusive streets of the city.
Shopping what a Passion…
His creativity took shape through the hands of the historical and most renowned Italian jewelry artisans, who brought Roberto Coin’s romantic and borderless imagination to life through their skills, telling his story through jewels that truly become works of art.
Timeless design and exemplary craftsmanship transported into a new century. BRIC’S, an Italian company founded in 1952 in the Lake Como region, continues the family tradition and is now internationally recognized as the Italian brand, emblem of luxury and design luggage.
Fendi’s journey begins ninety years ago in a family-run shop in Via del Plebiscito, in the heart of Rome. The endless charm of the Eternal City and the bold Fendi creativity have always gone hand in hand, opening doors to the future.
Among the cult of Roman shopping places not to be missed, the area of the Trident with the famous Via Condotti, Via Borgognona, Via Frattina and the whole area adjacent to the Piazza di Spagna, scattered with jewelers and ateliers of the most important designers .
Twinned with the elegant Madison Avenue in New York, Via del Babuino joins Piazza di Spagna to Piazza del Popolo. Via del Babuino it is one of the most characteristic streets of Rome, the left branch of the so-called Trident, and is full of shops with the best brands.
Via del Corso, Via Lata called the time of Augustus, combines beautiful squares such as Piazza Venezia and Piazza del Popolo. This “artery“ crosses the historical heart of the city and is a paradise for lovers of shopping, with many famous brands lead the way.