Castel Romano Designer Outlet, Rome

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Castel Romano Designer Outlet holds over 100 boutiques, where you can find discounts on a wide variety of brands. Look at iconic fashion at Valentino, Roberto Cavalli, and Michael Kors, or shop for athletic brands like Nike and Adidas. Casual brands like Diesel and Guess are available as well. You can choose between shopping for current styles at regular prices and clearance sections for discounts. Several cafes and restaurants are on site, as well as a playground for children. Use our Rome trip itinerary builder to visit Castel Romano Designer Outlet on your trip to Rome, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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1,053 reviews
  • August 15, 2017
    It's a full-fledged outlet, which visited not so little, not to say that a very good, but not bad. Prices good in principle, but the collection somehow worse than others, where I have been.
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  • August 14, 2017
    It's worth while visiting because you can find a lot of great brands with quite good prices. It has wifi so you can relax while waiting for your wife.  more »
  • August 13, 2017
    Very convenient for €15 per round-trip, good buses, though drivers lihachat ... Bought a lot of male things, accessories, insane discounts on Furlu (waist for €49), and stuff like that. Our Outlet Belaya dacha is identical to architecture, but, unfortunately, not on the assortment of P.S.: I advise to visit in the summer, but not on weekends. We were in Saturday, a lot of people, especially families with strollers and local with dogs))
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  • If you are from UK don't waste your time going here as the prices are the same as in UK official brand shops. Great building and great staff only two good things about this place. But probably the most expensive outlet shop I ever seen. Best prices where in Michale Kors shop because they offer 30% extra off from original price. We have cheaper outlets around London that is the most expensive city in world. So if the owners whant the tourists to by something from U.K. You need to at least try to match UK outlet prices. 2atars due tu this place is advertised as an outlet but actually prices are like in normal shops in UK.
  • There is a shuttle bus from Termini station to here. (about 30 minute) but it is hard to find the bus stop because the bus stop is locate at Building number 71 ( 200 meters from station, via Marsala exit, Building number 27 ) And you must buy the ticket to outlet from ticket office located near Giolitti exit (return ticket in 15€)
  • It was a very good outlet but to travel there was a nightmare. There is almost no information on the website on the exact spot were the bus will stop. And the bus driver was extremely rude when he denied us accsess to the bus even though we bought tickets online. They require that you print the tickets out on paper. Which you can do in Castel Romano at the information desk. Also absolutely no info about this. Go to the outlet using a taxi instead of taking the bus. It costs 50 euro with taxi. Stay away from the bus company!!!!!!!
  • Well I was not planning to shop a lot, but man they have great collection and amazing prices ! But be aware of the taxis, they ripped me off ! The way going to mall cost me €50 and took around 40 mins, the way back was different story, we found taxi drivers sitting outside the gate, and they will ask you if you wanna a ride. One of them jump and ask my location then he reply he will start the meter at €10 I refused, there was a lady driver was sitting in one of the cars and saw me arguing with other drivers to have a deal, I thought she is helping me turn out, she is making a deal with male driver, she came and help me with my shopping bags. What happen is the guy drove me to my hotel the meter was €65 ( rush hour time) when I looked into my purse to gave him the money, I handled him €50 and suppose to give him €15 he in hidden way, he changes the €50 with old €10 that have different color you assume that €50 & €10 look the same. I was confused I did not relies after he gone. So be careful another thing, the car looks like registered taxi cars, but inside the cabin there is no registration numbers at the left side. Don't ignore your guts when you feel not right.
  • The bus shuttle timing is horrible. We finished shopping at 2pm and had to wait until 515pm for the shuttle service. Taxi and Uber will cost too much to go back to town. No public bus service available. Would never go back again.

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