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Castel Romano Designer Outlet, Rome

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Factory Outlet · Hidden Gem · Shopping
Castel Romano Designer Outlet holds over 100 boutiques, where you can find discounts on a wide variety of brands. Look at iconic fashion at Valentino, Roberto Cavalli, and Michael Kors, or shop for athletic brands like Nike and Adidas. Casual brands like Diesel and Guess are available as well. You can choose between shopping for current styles at regular prices and clearance sections for discounts. Several cafes and restaurants are on site, as well as a playground for children. Put Castel Romano Designer Outlet at the forefront of your travel plans using our Rome trip planning app.
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  • There really isnt much going on at this outlet. Really disappointed with the prices, the lack of labels, the places to eat..  more »
  • Its a place where you can find a lot of the top brand shops at really good value. You should go on the first morning bus, so you Will be done by 3pm and still have the rest of the day to visit other.....  more »
  • Very beautiful but it’s outdoor which is very hot during summer. Shops are very crowded and you obviously don’t get the same treatment as you would in non outlet shops. Prices are good ( I got a Guess bag for only 42 euros :D) there are not enough parking spaces so people were just parking their car wherever they wanted. Take a bottle of water or any other drinks with you otherwise you will have to pay double the price for it (they were trying to sell us 2 bottles of cola with a special cooling bottle which was obviously supposed to be free for 10 euros at a stand)
  • Generally, the whole shopping area is well managed and clean. Choices of boutiques and the brands are average but enough for those who want to look for good price cuts compared to boutique prices. The major downside of this place is the lack of public transportation especially taxis. It is good that there is a dedicated taxi stand right at the front entrance but the fact that this outlet is far away from town makes it very hard to get a taxi back into town. We had to haggle the price when we finally get a taxi after waiting for almost half an hour (€65 instead of £45 shown on the meter). Perhaps the management of the outlet can improve this inadequacy by providing a concierge service or at least, your staff at the Guest Information Centre can assist visitors to call for taxis whenever required. Unless if you drive by yourself or have your return transport arranged, then you can better enjoy the facilities and shopping here.

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