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Thrift Shops in Rome

Rome is a city of a thousand opportunities; Therefore it is possible to do low cost shopping. The shopping street at affordable prices is Via Tuscolana. In this regard, we point out the various local markets such as Porta Portese.

Via De Condotti

In questa strada, se ami lo shopping e le cose belle, ti si illumineranno gli occhi. Ci sono le vetrine di Louis Vuitton, Dior, Bulgari, Prada, Missoni, Ferragamo, Tiffany & Co., Giorgio Armani, Montblanc, Jimmy Choo, Max Mara, Hermès, Dolce & Gabbana, Michael Kors e Gucci per citarne alcuni.


VinoKilo is the largest sale of used clothes per kilo in Europe. It is a traveling market that is held in many Italian and European cities, including in Rome about once a year. In practice, clothes are not bought on a single head, but by weight and prices vary depending on the day of the week: on Friday you pay € 50 per kg, on Saturday € 45 per kg and on Sunday € 40 per kg.

On the VinoKilo website you will find the dates of all events.

Roma East Mall

Those looking for malls in Rome can experience the unique atmosphere of shopping and fun when they visit Roma East Mall Roma, with the availability of various shops and entertaining activities, the shopping trip in this mall becomes completely exceptional, so visitors can shop from clothing stores, shoe stores, as well as the supermarket available inside the mall.

Via del Corso

Qui incontrerai Falconeri, Luisa Spagnoli, Parfois, Polo Ralph Lauren Roma, Puma, Mango e tanti altri. Inoltre, lungo la strada, incontrerai più abbigliamento da lavoro e non solo vestiti ma anche cosmetici, biancheria intima e così via. E non possiamo non citare la Galleria Alberto Sordi, situata in Piazza della Colonna, che conta più di 20 negozi. E per chi ama leggere, meravigliosa e grande la Biblioteca Feltrinelli.

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Galleria Alberto Surdi Mall

A visit to Galleria Alberto Sordi Mall, which is located in the city center, is suitable for all enthusiasts and those looking for malls in Rome in general, and it is also an address of sophistication where visitors find everything they want to buy, as it has a variety of shops, including clothing and shoe stores.

The mall is also a meeting place for friends and families who gather to eat at the restaurants available inside it, such as Saburi Restaurant, or to drink coffee in the cafes available inside it, such as Feltrinelli Café.

Ponte Milvio Antiques – Ponte Milvio

For over twenty years the area that goes from Ponte Milvio to Ponte Duca d’Aosta, hosts a historic antique market, in a splendid setting overlooking the Tiber. Antiques but also modern, vintage and artistic objects. The Ponte Milvio market also gives space to artists and artisans as well as to private individuals who exhibit their used goods.

Market of Piazza dei Quiriti – Prati

Every 4th Sunday of the month, in Piazza dei Quiriti, not far from Via Cola di Rienzo, there is a market dedicated to antiques, modern art and collectibles. You can find it open from 9 am until sunset

Market in Viale Civiltà del Lavoro – Eur

Every Sunday from September until June, the austere streets of Eur are filled with stalls against the backdrop of the imposing Palazzo del Lavoro. There is an area dedicated to crafts, with original creations, one dedicated to antiques where it is not difficult to make good deals, but you will also find many stalls of books, fabrics, flowers and plants.

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Via Fratino

I principali campioni di questa strada sono i marchi Pandora, Brandy Melville, Boss Store, Lacoste, Pinko Boutique, Alfieri Martini, Pennyblack, Pure, Marella e altri. Qui troverete anche il famoso negozio Castroni, che vi accoglierà con il suo tipico aroma di caffè e un vasto assortimento di dolci e dolcetti da farvi venire voglia di acquistarne almeno alcuni.

Emporio 591 – Portuense area

The Emporio 591 is not the usual market full of things where it becomes almost impossible to find what you are looking for. At the base of this flea market in Rome there is the philosophy of quality second-hand: pieces chosen according to a certain criterion and exhibited in a well-kept manner. Here you will find vintage furniture, a section dedicated to books and one dedicated to clothes and also vinyls and collectors’ items. The shop is located in Via dei Colli Portuensi 591

Via Del Babuino

Percorrendo questa strada incontrerete Gente Roma, un laboratorio di alta gamma dove trovare i marchi più famosi. Sulla stessa via anche Miu Miu, Emporio Armani ed Erro Boutique.

Mercatopoli – Boccea and Tuscolana

Mercatopoli has two locations, one in the Boccea area not far from the Battistini metro station. The other in the Tuscolana area, near Villa Lais. In this shop you will find furniture, clothes, kitchen amenities and also a good choice of used appliances.

Via di Campo Marzio

Do not underestimate this street in Rome for shopping day because here too the main protagonists are the famous brands such as O Bag Store, Paul Taylor and Christian Louboutin, but you will also have the opportunity to observe local crafts and antique art shops.

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Do not forget, if you are near the Vatican, Via Cola di Rienzo, famous for shopping that houses high fashion shops along with the more commercial ones to meet everyone’s needs. The already mentioned Pandora, Tiffany & Co, Castroni, Nike store, Brandy Melville together with the more commercial Zara Store, Stefanel, United Colors of Benetton are back.

Market of Via Sannio – San Giovanni

A daily market in the San Giovanni area dedicated exclusively to both used and new clothes. A sort of outlet where prices are very affordable and you can find many offers. The market of Via Sannio is a historic place that has existed since the 60s. Once very popular, especially between the 70s and 80s, today certainly less, but still a great place to go in search of bargains.

Porta Portese – Trastevere

The Porta Portese market is an institution in Rome. It is held every Sunday along Viale delle Mura Portuensi in the Trastevere area from 7 to 14. At Porta Portese you can find more or less everything: antique furniture, used clothes, jewelry, books and postcards, vinyls, vintage toys. The market is very large and generally very crowded. If you go there early in the morning you will surely find few people and it can be easier to move between the various desks and find the right opportunity.

Thrift Shops in Rome
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