Via dei Giubbonari

"Via dei Giubbonari" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Friday 3rd June 2011

Via dei Giubbonari

This street was laid out by the order of Sixtus IV and was originally named Via Florea. It went through Campo dei Fiori (Campo di Flora) from the zone of Banchi to the market of S.Angelo in Pescheria. For all of its history this street was a seat of little shops, specialized mostly in clothes. Later a confraternity of coat vendors joined the confraternity of tailors and of shoe-makers, calling this new professional organization "giubbonari", from where the name of the street comes.

Eighteenth century building in via dei Giubbonari, rome Eighteenth century TYPICAL building in via dei Giubbonari
The church of San Carlo ai Catinari, at the end of Via dei Giubbonari, was dedicated to St. Charles Borromeo, and it was built at the beginning of the 17th century by Rosato Rosati. It belongs to the Barnabites. Via dei Giubbonari is still noted for its stylish clothing and down-to-earth prices. Sportswear, shoes, trendy styles and classics for men and women are all available here.

Address:
Via dei Giubbonari
00186, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Parione (Navona-Via dei Giubbonari) (Roma centro)
Via dei Giubbonari is Shown By "Map H Zone" As "19"
Bus: 30Exp, 40Exp, 46, 62, 64, 70, 81, 87, 116, 186, 204, 491, 628, 916 .
From Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino (FCO) airport: by train to the Termini station (Leonardo Express train every 30 minutes). Bus Line no. 64 for eight stops in the direction of Piazza San Pietro Station and get off at Corso Vittorio Emanuele / S. A. della Valle. Walk 300 meters until reaching Via dei Giubbonari.
From Ciampino Airport (CIA): by bus to Termini Station, then follow the same path as in the case of FCO airport.
By car: proceed towards the city center, following signs to Campo de 'Fiori. Take the first left at Via del Monte della Farina, turn left into Piazza Benedetto Cairoli until reaching Via dei Giubbonari.

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