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When you are on the trip with a group you need to loose some time on shopping too - unfortunately! The Euroma 2 is one typical mall. Nice - but nothing special! There are some Italian brands so you can understand that you are in...More
Shoppingcenter with a great vatiety of different shops. Both high class, top brands and shops for all. Different dining facilities in form of café and small restaurants. Easily reached by car with good parking facilities. Busstops close by and Metro line B 1/2 hour walking...More
Part of a family holiday with teenagers is shopping... This mall was a perfect fit with both the upmarket brands and the price attractive ones. Air conditioned (without being too cool), nice layout and perfect services all around a good place to go! Unfortunately they...More
about 20 minutes with a cab from center of rome lies a beautifull mall/first of all it is big then it contains almost all the international and italian chain stores/inside you see all italian hand craft/italian marble in coloures .it is big but simple to...More
The mall is pretty big. We went there by bus 705 and it was pretty easy to find it using Google maps. There are many brands, including affordable ones, but I think I would choose the city center for buying Italian stuff. The prices are...More
We went there because it was poring rain. The place is nice with all the standard shops you find in any other mall. Compared to the shopping experience in downtown Rome, this mall is not worth the trip. Prices are not cheaper by the way....More
I had the worst shopping experience in my whole life in the store “Artigli” on January 21st in Euroma2.
Me and my Mom entered your shop something around 20.00 p.m. and started looking for anything that can be interesting. I found some sweaters and tried...More
If you make the mistake of not reading the escalated parking fees which are in Italian, you end up paying 18 Euros for parking. This is perhaps the only place that has such an outrageous policy where clients are punished because they spent 6-7 hours...More