The Guest House - Luxury Suites enjoys a strategic position, perfect for those who want to admire and turn Rome on foot and at the same time lose themselves in the so-called "shopping streets".

Located 100 meters from the Trevi Fountain, the Foresteria is easy to reach all the main streets of the historic center where you can find the major haute couture of Alta Moda and come to the boutiques of Made in Italy.

The first routes we encounter are the so-called "Tridente routes": Via dei Condotti, Via Borgognona and Via Frattina, and of course also Via del Babuino, which winds through the beautiful and crowded Piazza di Spagna. It is here that the most expensive stores in Rome are concentrated, and we find brands of high fashion such as Bulgari, Armani, Hermes, Tiffany, Versace, but also PRADA, Gucci, Valentino, Tory Burch, Ferragamo, Moschino .... There are also jewelery shops and shops that offer a nice taste of Made in Italy.

Just a 2-minute walk (200 meters), the other great shopping street is snuggled all over the world: Via del Corso. Via Del Corso offers a mile and a half of shops for all pockets and is reasonably considered to be one of Rome's most famous shopping streets. It is between Piazza Venezia and Piazza del Popolo, so it is possible, in addition to shopping, to visit other attractive points of the Capital.

Always through Via del Corso you can reach Galleria Alberto Sordi (formerly Galleria Colonna), here are both great brands and cheaper stores.

Via del Corso, among the other brands, we find: ZARA, H & M, Gap, Intimissimi, Twin Set, Luisa Spagnoli, Swatch, Polo Ralph Lauren ... right in front of Foresteria Luxury Suites is the new and fascinating department store "Rinascente" Rome, over 10,000 square meters of fashion brand. Worth visiting!

Another interesting street is Via del Campo Marzio, dense with boutiques and elegant shops (and expensive), best known for selling antique and home items. You can define this street as the pulsating heart of the city, hence it is possible to enjoy a beautiful panorama and wonderful palaces such as Palazzo Borghese and Palazzo Farnese.

Finally, at 15 minutes you will find Via del Pellegrino, formerly known as the "goldsmith's street" for the large amount of goldsmith shops that populate the area. Here, you can find shops that have kept the rough-looking style of the era and offer handmade items, frames, lamps and small furniture, handbags and clothes from some of the most renowned Roman designers.