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ProPlenty of variety, not all designer, lots of affor...

ConsYou might fall in love with designer clothes in th...

. Via del Corso runs from Piazza Venetia, below the Il Vittoriano monument in the center of Rome, all the way up to Piazza del Popolo in the north of the city. It's one of the biggest streets for shopping in Rome and is frequented by tourists and locals, looking for a variety of goods. There are...

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“Shopping in Rome”

published 21/07/2012

ProLots of shops

ConsTiring if you spend to long here

Via del Corso is one of the biggest streets for shopping in Rome. The Via del Corso connections the north gate to the city, Porta del Popolo, past the National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II and into the heart of the city at the base of the Palatine Hill. The street is about 1 and a half...

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“The Goethe point of view”

published 22/09/2001

ProA new way to discover the town

ConsNo disadvantages.

Now that traveling is so easy by plane, It is possible to spend a week end in a different town every week... Ryan Air, Virgin, makes a lot of interesting prices and it's a pleasure to discover other cultures, other countries, other ways of life...I use to go in Rome from time to time.There is...

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Product Information : Via del Corso, Rome

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Type: Landmark

City: Rome

Country: Italy

Continent: Europe

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Listed on Ciao since: 22/09/2001