We’ll admit that the Romans are a pretty stylish bunch, so do as the locals do and spend some time soaking up the fashionable boutiques or cheap chic markets. To really blow your budget, or just to watch other people doing so, head to via dei Condotti at the Spanish Steps to soak up the luxury at the big name Italian designer stores. For a more eclectic mix of high street stores, independent boutiques, bookshops and delis, browse via del Corso. If you’re not feeling Rome’s fashion scene, spend a morning perusing antiques, food, vintage threads and everything in between head to the Porto Portese flea market, open every Sunday, or stick to our favourite type of shopping: food! Not to be missed is Franchi, one of the most celebrated delis in Rome where you’ll find everything from pasta to prosciutto, olive oil to cheeses from all over Italy along with items from foodie heaven (we mean truffles and Italian wine).