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Via Tempio della Fortuna , 52b, Fiumicino, IT, 00054

  • Phone: (39) 06 65029681
  • Fax: (39) 06 6523713
4.4 out of 5 (31 reviews)
87% of guests recommend this hotel

Shopping

»General Store

Here is this unpretentious, well-hidden shop. You would not imagine that such a well stocked shop would be hidden behind a single window with accessories and equipment for life on the road. Don't be deceived by its small and modest size: this shop has been offering its wares to travellers since 1941 with its quality guarantee. The most important brand names are all here: Eastpak, Coleman, Ferrino, Mag Lite, Leatherman are just a few examples. The shop's mascot, as appears on your receipt, is a bear in boots and a mountain rucksack.

18 Viale dei Misenati
Rome, 00122

»Micozzi

This bookshop specializes in school texts, so it is naturally overrun with students and families come September. It also has a large section devoted to stationery, with fun and unique notebooks and pens and other school supplies. Polite and helpful staff.

Via Giordano Bruno Ferrari 39
Rome, 00195

»Clayeux Italia

Clayeux Italia is an ideal store if you want to shop for the tiny-tots. Whether its casual, formal, dresses, sweaters, or tights your kid will be able to sport the perfectly cute look. The unique styles will sure make your wardrobe collection look more fancy. Available at reasonable rates, you may end up purchasing more than required. Call ahead for more details.

Via Ponte di Piscina Cupa 64
Rome, 00128

»Castel Romano Designer Outlet

Located 20 kilometers south of Rome, Castel Romano Designer Outlet offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 110 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 30% to 70% every day. Stores include Diesel, Dolce & Gabbana, Guess, La Perla, Malo, Quiksilver, Sisley, Valentino, Benetton, Adidas, Nike, Reebok, Puma, Lindt, O'Neill, Calzedonia/Intimissimi, Bruno Magli, Camper, Mandarina Duck, Geox, Marlboro Classic, Salvatore Ferragamo and many more. Visit their website for a complete list of stores, sales & events, hours and more.

Via Ponte di Piscina Cupa 64
Rome, 00128

»Euroma 2

You can find this large shopping mall on Via Cristoforo Colombo, in the Eur neighborhood, to the south of Rome. It has a supermarket, a drug store/pharmacy, a bank, many restaurants and bars, as well as stores from all sectors, including household and gift, jewelers, furniture and technology. The businesses are spread out over three levels. There are numerous clothing stores; among those with Italian-made products are Piazza Italia and Nuvolari. Thanks to the unmistakable elegance of the architecture, which boasts a glass cupola, white walls with gold embellishments, Euroma 2 is known as the most elegant mall in the city. Also, the building is endowed with a large parking lot. The food court is open till 10p.

Via Cristoforo Colombo
Rome, 00144

»Eco Solidarity Market

Eco Solidarity Market inspires shopping with a purpose. Away from the trendy shopping at the mall, here you will find some household goods, used clothing and rare antiques at absolutely low prices. The money that is collected from here is often offered to the Sant'Egidio community for their non-profit projects.

Via Ostiense
Rome, 00154

»Europa Sport

This shop is very well stocked with all the main equipment you could need for football, volleyball, basketball, athletics, martial arts, and artistic gymnastics. The section dedicated to martial arts is perhaps the most well stocked, both in the clothing available and the accessories and technical equipment, such as arms and protection for disciplines including Aikido, Kung-Fu, Kendo and many others. The shop sells in bulk as well as selling individual items, and it is also possible to get samples on request.

Largo Beata Teresa Verzeri 22/25
Rome, 00166

»Coop

The Coop supermarket chain has many branches throughout the city. In the fruit and vegetable department you will find a range of items untreated by pesticides or chemical fertilizers. The meat department is also well monitored. The Coop also offers goods from abroad to give a touch of exoticism. You can also find a good selection of items for the house, like pots and pans, as well as some kitchen textiles, like tablecloths and napkins. In order to get the special discounts, you need to sign up for a Coop Membership Card, which costs EUR 25, and is good for life!

Via Laurentina
Rome, 00143

»PAM

PAM is an enormous supermarket, found at many locations in Italy. This shop sells fresh fruit, vegetables, and fish, just-baked bread, as well as frozen food. There is good range in the clothing and household departments and there are interesting promotions and offers throughout the year.

Circonvallazione Aurelia 23
Rome, 00165

»Windsurf Paradise

Nestled in the heart of the historical city, this store sells products for those who would like a take a dip in the Tiber, explore the sea along the coast of Italy, or take a hike up the snowy clad peaks. As you walk down Ostiense, the neatly stacked display window, will give you a glimpse into the wares that this shop houses. Long shelves racked up with a variety of body suits, surf boards, water goggles, paddle boats and much more, will delight any water sport fan. They also offer apparel and gears for snowboarders, wake-boarders and skateboarders. This is an ideal shop for those pursuing extreme sports.

Via Ostiense 220
Rome, 00146

»NaturaSì

NaturaSì of Via Oderisi da Gubbio is part of the homonymous Italian supermarket chain specialized in the retail sale of organic products. Other than offering an ample selection of food products guaranteed by the best agricultural and organic cultivation associations, NaturaSì boasts its own line of organic goods, as well, from fruit juice and shortbread for breakfast, to rice and pasta. On the shelves of this large supermarket you'll also find free trade tea and coffee, as well as sustainable beauty supplies. The customers of NaturaSì can also take advantage of a sizable and convenient parking lot.

via Oderisi da Gubbio 66
Rome, 00146

»Cento Giochi Mille Idee

Cento Giochi Mille Idee has been delighting the children of Monteverde, with their extensive collection of playthings since their establishment in 1959. This store began as a shop selling handcrafted locally sourced toys, but later expanded to house international brand names like Lego, Mattel, Nintendo, Fischer-Price, Playskool and more. Thus they call themselves Cento Giochi Mille Idee meaning 'Ideas for One Hundred Thousand Games'. Following the success of this outlet, in the 1990s the owners opened another one in Eur-Ardeatino district.

Viale Guglielmo Marconi 238/240
Rome, 00146
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