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Via Condotti

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Via Condotti

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Via Condotti, 00187 Rome Italy
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omid55 wrote a review Aug 2020
Tehran, Iran250 contributions74 helpful votes
One of the oldest and most famous streets in Rome beckons visitors who are looking for some of the best shopping in town.we visit this street when we wanted to visit Spanish steps.
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Date of experience: November 2019
3 Helpful votes
Noraatc wrote a review Apr 2020
Sudbury, Massachusetts24286 contributions1174 helpful votes
Always a pleasure to stroll along fashionable Via Condotti and especially during Christmas time. The window displays were so elegant and harmonious, no redundancy, no overwhelming red and green colors... perfetto!😊 I was happy to see my old favorites, like Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo, Furla, Burberry, etc., as well as discover some designers whom I did not know, like stunning Alberta Ferretti.
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Date of experience: December 2019
lady_britts wrote a review Mar 2020
Bexley, United Kingdom1106 contributions238 helpful votes
Now you have to appreciate that we were in Rome in December. So having walked down the Spanish Steps, this beautiful shopping extravaganza full of twinkling lights was standing before us, inviting us to spend our money. And I'm not joking when I say that it was particularly inviting. If you love shopping, even window shopping, this is the place for you. It's full of the high end stores of Chanel, Jimmy Choo & Tiffany's & it's really rather wonderful.
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Date of experience: December 2019
2 Helpful votes
dapper777 wrote a review Feb 2020
Monaco29207 contributions2787 helpful votes
The Italian love of fashion is well known and the fact is that, although it is not Milan, Rome has some of the best designer boutiques in Italy. If you’d like to discover these shops, head to Via del Corso or to the streets surrounding Piazza di Spagna, especially Via dei Condotti, which has become a port of call for those in search of major Italian designers and international design boutiques. It has been the centre of Italian fashion and design since 1905 when Bulgari opened its store here. Today the street is lined with some of the biggest names in fashion from all over the world. But Via dei Condotti is not only shops. It has beautiful historic buildings with great architecture and gorgeous courtyard, the old Church of the Santissima Trinità, and coffee shops. Noteworthy is the Antico Caffè Greco, the celebrated, handsomely-adorned 18th-century cafe. Have a walk, even if you are not interested in shopping, and enjoy.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Greg wrote a review Feb 2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom5140 contributions14122 helpful votes
We walked the length of Via Condotti in order to get from the Spanish Steps to our accommodation. This is another tourist-central location and lots of people mill around the luxury retailers’ windows. The likes of Tiffany & Co., Cartier and Hermès - and much more - can be found here, and one could liken it to Bond Street in London in that respect. Lovely colourful buildings can be seen here too. A real tourist thoroughfare.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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