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Via Cola di Rienzo

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Chain retailer selling a range of Nike athletic footwear, apparel & accessories.
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Simone, Francesca&Alessia
Simone, Francesca&Alessia
May 11, 2018
You will find here lots of nice shops!
Elena
Elena
June 18, 2018
Best shopping nearby
Fabio & Ilaria
Fabio & Ilaria
March 5, 2017
Fashion shops and boutiques
Monica
Monica
October 20, 2018
One of the most important streets for shopping in Rome.
Maria
Maria
June 27, 2017
The other main shopping street in Rome, a bit less crowded and touristy than Via del Corso, with more caffes and restaurants to sit down. More Italian stores.
Ilaria
Ilaria
July 5, 2017
E' la famosa Via dello shopping romano per quanto riguarda l'abbigliamento, si trovano sia boutique italiane sia famose marche internazionali. Collega poi Piazza Risorgimento (e Via Ottaviano) a Piazza del Popolo, dalla quale parte Via del Corso, altra famosa via per lo shopping. Via Ottaviano -…
Andrea
Andrea
January 23, 2017
Via Cola di Rienzo is a shopping street which connects Piazza Risorgimento - next to the Basilica of Saint Peter - to Piazza del Popolo in the heart of historic Rome, where locals usually love to do shopping. There is definitely more genuine feeling here. You'll find pretty much everything from…
Salvatore
Salvatore
June 19, 2018
Via importante a Roma per lo shopping. Troverete negozi di abbigliamento, scarpe, articoli da regalo, profumerie e tanto altro. **** Via Cola di Rienzo is important in Rome for shopping. You will find clothing stores, shoes, gifts, perfume and more.
Francesca
Francesca
March 7, 2017
Many shops in the area (Diesel, Nike, Caledonia, Intimissimi, Coin, Bookstores, furla, Oysho)
Elena
Elena
June 7, 2018
Best shops alternative to city center

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