[ads1]Rome Outlet villages is a good way to do fashion shopping with cheap prices.
Near the capital there is three Outlet Village, Soratte Outlet Shopping Village situated in Sant’Oreste, Fashion District Valmontone Outlet Village in Valmontone and Castel Romano Designer Outlet Village in Castel Romano.
In these ones we can find the most important Brands of Fashion World like Armani, Missoni, Benetton, Dior and Chanel.
Soratte Outlet Shopping Village
Among the most popular Outlet near Rome to find Soratte in Sant’Oreste, situated on top of a hill below the mountains offers excellent fresh and healthy air that accompanies uniquely your shopping.
The architecture of the structure, divided into three areas, is designed to recall the classical structures of imperial rome of Terme, circus and amphitheater.
Fashion District Valmontone Outlet Village
Among the most famous Outlet in Rome and Lazio that are located in the municipality of valmontone, with its 6 million visitors a year is considered the most visited in Italy. Located about 40km from Rome is the place to shop with over 170 clothing shops and more.
[ads1]The architecture of the complex is designed as a real town, with buildings inspired by many different styles such as Art Deco or old Europe.
Walking through these windows is very relaxing and enjoyable, and allows you to shop in complete relax.
For those who love shopping with family, it is located near the Rainbow Magicland Park, a large amusement park that offers 35 attractions, three theaters, an ice rink and 28 eateries.
Castel Romano Designer Outlet Village
The Castel Romano Designer Outlet is one of the most renowned Outlet Village in Rome and province. It is part of the British circuit of McArthurGlen Outlet Center and is one of the most popular Outlet Village of Lazio. Over 110 shops make it the ideal place to make a quality shopping with a large selection of items from the best brands. Shopping in Castel Romano Outlet Village is an enjoyable and relaxing experience, isolated from the stress of the city, and takes place between streets, palaces and buildings inspired by the monumental civil and religious architecture of ancient Rome. For this reason, the outlet center has been dubbed by many the Roman Temple of Shopping.