The designer powerhouses Versace, Armani and Prada have upheld the reputation of Italian fashion for decades. Rome, Italy’s so-called ‘eternal city’ may no longer be in the shadow of Milan. Offering everything from haute couture to flea markets. Via Condotti is the place for high fashion, or aspirational window shopping. Via del Corso is good for high-street staples and Porta Portese is one of the largest flea markets in Europe, open every Sunday from 7am until 1pm. When visiting a destination for its fashion and style appeal, global travelers revealed key criteria includes stunning architecture (44%) and you can’t help but stop and stare at every turn exploring the incredible streets of Rome.
Where to stay: The Bricks Rome is a stylish hostel with rooms that feature balconies (perfect for taking those fashionforward selfies), a shared large outdoor terrace with sun loungers, a lounge and private bathrooms. Booking.com travelers’ top endorsements for Rome are sightseeing, history and food.