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Via Cola di Rienzo, Rome
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  • In Rome, as indeed in all major European cities, there are shopping impossible with showcases of the big fashion houses from prices and possible with unapproachable fashion brands that sell their products at prices more or less accessible to everyone. In the prati neighbourhood near the Vatican, there is a way that since the war onwards the Romans is considered a shopper's paradise for everyone. The road, about 1 km long, runs from piazza del risorgimento at piazza cola di rienzo, in this space you will find pretty much everything from the nike store at zara home shops monamarca twin sets ck lovable benetton sisley nuvolari fellini various shops for kids shirt factories etc. Besides. bakeries like Pump (with Rome's most famous tiramisu) historical takeaways like the mythical Francs (don't miss the suppli) and temples of good taste as geldings (the best coffee of Rome) Jewelers like Tiffany ice cream shops, chocolate manufacturers and neighboring streets many local eateries for an aperitif or an after dinner pizzerias and bars of all kinds. At Christmas time or period balances the sidewalks are filled with thousands of people and even walking becomes difficult, also because of too many street vendors who clog the sidewalks with their goods themselves. What's more, it's a place that lets you do everything that you would in a megacentrocommerciale but living the city and not a place you can come to shop, often unreal, affordable, and eat well (by choosing the right!), of course you're going to suffer the chaotic traffic, you'll love finding parking (all blue stripes) but once you get immersed in its atmosphere you will forget the inconvenience and you will be enraptured by his lights and shopping as possible.
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  • Connects piazza del Risorgimento in piazza della Libertà; built following the plan of 1873, had a few houses at its inception. In the 1920s, the street grew appreciably; blocks of flats built in the meantime gave rise to fashion shops and culinary specialites. To emphasize the coffee Latour, at no. 153, which opened in 1924. Was known and famous for chocolates and for its interior evidently well furnished, that were maintained until its closing that occurred in the 1970s. The street is dedicated to the Tribune and Senator Nicola Gabrini, son of Lorenzo, called Cola di Rienzo. Today there are no banks, boutiques, bars and a bit of everything: the Roman roads famous and rich not passing between these two squares.
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  • A beautiful and elegant, with prestigious shops, a few steps from the Vatican. Ideal for strolling and shopping ... shame about the stalls of junk that occupy the sidewalks and almost prevent the passage ...
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