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Top Choice Fashion & Accessories in Vatican City, Borgo & Prati

Il Sellaio

During the 1960s Ferruccio Serafini was one of Rome’s most sought-after artisans, making handmade leather shoes and bags for the likes of John F Kennedy, Liz Taylor and Marlon Brando. Nowadays, his daughter Francesc…
Top Choice Vintage in Vatican City, Borgo & Prati

Rechicle

Lovers of vintage fashions should make a beeline for this fab boutique. Furnished with antique family furniture and restored cabinets, it's full of wonderful finds such as Roger Vivier comma heels (with their origin…
Hats in Vatican City, Borgo & Prati

Antica Manifattura Cappelli

A throwback to a more elegant age, the atelier-boutique of milliner Patrizia Fabri offers a wide range of beautifully crafted hats. Choose from the off-the-peg line of straw Panamas, vintage cloches, felt berets and…
Wine in Vatican City, Borgo & Prati

Enoteca Costantini

If you're after a hard-to-find grappa or something special for your wine collection, this excellent enoteca is the place to try. Opened in 1972, Piero Costantini's superbly stocked shop is a point of reference for a…
Food & Drinks in Vatican City, Borgo & Prati

Paciotti Salumeria

This family run deli a short jaunt from St Peter’s Basilica stocks a foodie’s wish-list of Italian edibles. Prosciutto, cheeses, olive oil, dried pasta, balsamic vinegar, wine and truffle pâtés crowd the shelves, an…
Food & Drinks in Vatican City, Borgo & Prati

Castroni

Founded in 1932, this historic food shop is an Aladdin’s cave of gourmet treats. Towering, ceiling-high shelves groan under the weight of Italian wines and regional specialities, foreign delicacies, and all manner o…
Fashion & Accessories in Vatican City, Borgo & Prati

Angelo di Nepi

Roman designer Angelo di Nepi is known for his eminently wearable women's clothes and accessories. His ever-popular styles combine Italian cuts with rich, colourful fabrics.
Market in Vatican City, Borgo & Prati

Piazza dell’ Unità

Near the Vatican, this art deco–style covered market has seen better days, but can still be relied upon for good-quality fruit and picnic fare.