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  • 1. Bartolucci

    Piazza Navona | Toys

    For more than 60 years and three generations, the Bartolucci family has been making whimsical, handmade curiosities out of pine, including cuckoo...Read More

  • 2. Braccialini

    Piazza di Spagna | Jewelry & Watches

    Founded in 1954 by Florentine stylist Carla Braccialini and her husband, Braccialini—currently managed by their sons—makes bags that are authentic...Read More

  • 3. Brioni

    Piazza di Spagna | Clothing

    Founded in 1945, Brioni is hailed for its impeccable craftsmanship in creating made-to-measure menswear. The iconic brand hires the best men...Read More

  • 4. Cartoleria Pantheon dal 1910

    Piazza Navona | Books/Stationery

    Instead of sending a postcard home, head to the simply sumptuous Cartoleria Pantheon dal 1910 for fine handmade paper to write that special...Read More

  • 5. Castroni

    Prati | Wine/Spirits

    Opening its flagship shop near the Vatican in 1932, this gastronomic paradise has long been Rome's port-of-call for decadent delicacies from...Read More

  • 6. Fendi

    Piazza di Spagna | Clothing

    Fendi has been a fixture of the Roman fashion landscape since "Mamma" Fendi first opened shop with her husband in 1925. With an eye for crazy...Read More

  • 7. Gucci

    Piazza di Spagna | Jewelry & Watches

    Guccio Gucci opened his first leather shop selling luggage in Florence in 1921 and as the glamorous fashion label approaches its centennial...Read More

  • 8. IN.OR. dal 1952

    Piazza Navona | Crafts

    For more than 50 years, IN.OR. dal 1952 has served as a trusty friend for Romans in desperate need of an exclusive wedding gift or those oh...Read More

  • 9. Laura Biagiotti

    Piazza di Spagna | Clothing

    For 40 years Laura Biagiotti has been a worldwide ambassador of Italian fashion. Considered the Queen of Cashmere, her soft-as-velvet pullovers...Read More

  • 10. Le Gallinelle

    Monti | Clothing

    This tiny Monti boutique may live in a former butcher's shop, but it houses some of the most sophisticated retro-inspired fashion garments around...Read More

  • 11. Patrizia Pepe

    Piazza di Spagna | Clothing

    One of Florence's best-kept secrets for up-and-coming designs, Patrizia Pepe first emerged on the scene in 1993 with an aesthetic that's both...Read More

  • 12. Pineider

    Piazza di Spagna | Books/Stationery

    This shop, near Piazza di Spagna, has been making exclusive stationery in Italy since 1774. The first Rome shop opened at the request of the...Read More

  • 13. Prada

    Piazza di Spagna | Clothing

    Besides the devil, plenty of serious shoppers wear Prada season after season, especially those willing to sell their souls for one of their...Read More

  • 14. Saddlers Union

    Piazza di Spagna | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    Reborn on the mythical artisans' street, Via Margutta, across the street from Federico Fellini's old house, Saddlers Union first launched in...Read More

  • 15. Tod's

    Piazza di Spagna | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    First founded in the 1920s, Tod's has grown from a small family brand into a global powerhouse so wealthy that its owner, Diego Della Valle...Read More

  • 16. Valentino

    Piazza di Spagna | Clothing

    Since taking the Valentino reins, creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli has faced numerous challenges, the most basic of which is keeping Valentino...Read More

  • 17. Volpetti

    Testaccio | Other Specialty Store

    A Roman institution for more than 40 years, Volpetti sells excellent cured meats and salami from its buzzing deli counter. The rich aromas and...Read More

  • 18. A. Testoni

    Piazza di Spagna | Jewelry & Watches

    Amedeo Testoni, the brand's founder and original designer, was born in 1905 in Bologna, the heart of Italy's shoe-making territory. In 1929...Read More

  • 19. Al Sogno

    Piazza Navona | Toys

    If you're looking for quality toys that encourage imaginative play and learning, look no further than Al Sogno. With an emphasis on the artistic...Read More

  • 20. Almost Corner Bookshop

    Trastevere | Books/Stationery

    Bursting at the seams, with not an ounce of space left on its shelves, this tiny little bookshop is a favorite meeting point for English speakers...Read More

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