Valmontone Outlet

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Valmontone Outlet
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With its 180 branded shops it is the ideal place to take a break and the ideal destination for a shopping trip a few kilometers from Rome. Adidas, Calvin Klein, Coccinelle, Desigual, Nike, Piquadro, Puma, Samsonite, are just some of the many national and international brands present in the village. The Valmontone Outlet is a space dedicated to relaxation, shopping and entertainment with many unmissable opportunities, even for the most demanding. There are various events and entertainment activities that make the visit even more pleasant, and a delightful Kids area is also available for the little ones.
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calfencer
Sacramento, CA26 contributions
Jan 2014 • Couples
We took the train from Frascati to Valmontone. The lady at our hotel said there was a shuttle to take us to the outlet stores at the train station. There was no shuttle from the train station. There is a shuttle/bus from Rome - we did not have a hotel in Rome. I thought why go north to Rome just to go south to Valmontone? A nice man on the train said & showed my wife & I where the shuttle may be and we found none. He shrugged his shoulders and went on his way. We went into a tourist office & the lady behind the counter called us a cab to take us the the mall. We had only 1 hour to shop! Ugh! The prices were in line of other outlet stores in the USA, but where in the states will you find A.G. Spalding dress shoes? I want to go back - the shops change...
Written December 3, 2014
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Kirstybas123
London, UK37 contributions
Nov 2014 • Couples
Went here twice the atmosphere is nice and I like that it's outside rather than in a building.
Considering its close to Christmas it was not busy at all, although I did wait a long time in disegual as they had some sort of sign up for a card promotion and only 1 member of staff on the tills.
Lots of bargains to be found compared to the UK outlet shopping.
Written December 3, 2014
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SHA12311
Cairo, Egypt764 contributions
Oct 2016 • Family
My wife and I have been usually going to the Castel Romano outlet which has mostly the upscale brands only, while Valmontone Outllet has a vaster array of cheaper brands giving you a wider range if your spending power is geared at buying more things for the same value you would buy perhaps more famous brands at the other outlet. It is big with lots of walking so you better have your walking shoes on and you can easily find a place to eat or snack with lots of choices for that as well in their food court. Great place to take the kids as well for their shopping. Worth the visit.
Written October 20, 2016
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ricebowlgirl
16 contributions
Apr 2015 • Couples
valmontone has not reach its full potential as a tourist destination and served more for the local romans.

as far as outlet shopping experience goes it cannot beat those, say in the states or in australia. tourists are better off shopping at flea markets that can be found within the rome city center. the 1 hour trip out of the city is really not worth it since u can find the same items at about the same price in flea markets. in my opinion the flea markets in rome city center offer a better shopping and sight seeing experience.

there are not that many shops and branded goods are limited to nike, adidas... so if you are in for disappointment if you're looking for branded outlet stalls. as mentioned before, it caters more for the local people. that said, there is another outlet shopping mall near rome - castel romano which seems to have more variety of branded goods.

the information on the website is not detailed. for e.g to buy the return ticket on the shuttle between rome termini to valmontone, they did not specify that you will have to purchase the ticket directly from the coffee bar. the only thing it does say is that the bus departs from terra cafe, cost for return ticket and bus schedule. the exact location where you can buy the ticket is important because there is also another line for buying bus tickets to the airport which can be rather confusing for first timers (even for the local themselves! as i have seen another italian couple who was just as lost as i have been)

there is only one departure time from termini and one departure time from valmontone for the shuttle bus... and only on certain days. and the timing is not ideal, you will have to spend the whole day at the outlet shopping because it leaves at 1030 in the morning and come back at 1730 in the evening. you'll also have to take care not to miss the bus, otherwise it should be rather difficult to return to rome city center by public transport. also the shuttle bus does not have suitable spaces for you to keep your shopping hauls if you have too many of them. i do know for a fact that castel romano has more available timings for the shuttle bus and there are people 'advertising' when near terra cafe. as for whether the bus is as limited for shopping bags as the one for valmontone has been, i'm really not too sure.

to be fair i see that valmontone is trying to get feedbacks on how to improve their services. all in all i wouldn't recommend this unless you have absolutely a lot of time in rome and don't know what else to do.
Written April 26, 2015
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dear guest we really regret you didn't find your trip nice interesting and comfortable but ..... it is not really all as you wrote! how can you compare flea markets with a village??? perhaps there is a mistake .. about the excursion ... on the web site you can read : you can wait comfortably for the bus inside the cafè and ... book on line and pay directly at departure !!!! kind regards
Written April 29, 2015
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SanDiegoGuy1
San Diego, California379 contributions
Dec 2013 • Friends
I have been there 3 times over several years. Since my visit 11 months ago, I have found the prices generally less attractive than the two previous times compared to the same store's online outlet prices, some with shipping to the USA and other countries. The CA’PUCCINO restaurant has very tasty food; and, the manager, Marco, is great and insures a high standard of service and food quality.

I took the Outlet's round-trip bus service from Termini rail station in Rome (7 pounds round-trip for adults for the 45-60 minute ride each way)

The two main drawbacks to the Outlet for me are as follows:
(1) Inadequate indoor seating on a cold or rainy day. Thus I do not recommend going there on days when bad weather is expected. The five hours one this there when taking the bus from Termini makes for an unpleasant day if one has to sit in the cold or rain between going to different outlet shops.
(2) No WiFi internet service anywhere on the property for customers. This prevented me from sending photos of various items to family and friends back in the USA to see if they would like me to purchase the item(s) for them. As a result, the AS Roma, Kappa, Valleverde, and Villeroy & Boch stores lost several hundred dollars in potential business.

I have asked about the possibility of WiFi for customers at the mall for this purpose this and my past visit earlier this year, but the office staff at the Outlet are indifferent/disinterested in this customer request/need.

As a result, it is UNLIKELY THAT I WILL RETURN to Valmontone Shopping Outlet again when I can achieve the same product diversity and price benefit in Rome as soon as the sales begin on January 6th each year (with either WiFi at the stores where I shop or at a nearby coffee shop/bar).
Written December 24, 2013
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Costantinos M
Nicosia, Nicosia, Cyprus27 contributions
Aug 2016 • Family
It is a large shopping mall.You can find good bargains.There are no luxury brands.You can find puma,nike,adidas,ferraru products,replay etc
Written August 7, 2016
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angelaymlau
London, UK774 contributions
Jul 2014 • Family
Every time I go to Rome, I always stop by at Valmontone. It doesn’t at all compare to the Milan Outlets, but it’s not bad if you are looking for a bargain. I tend to go for shoes (many Italian high street brands and the occasional designer brand, e.g. GF FERRE), underwear (I prefer Intimissi but it’s a hit and miss), clothes (mainly high street brands although there is Valentino and Missoni), swimwear (many brands but I prefer Arena) and homeware (again mainly Italian brands).

You don’t need to spend the whole day and we go there by car rather than join a tour from Rome as I go with locals. If you know what you want and have a map with you, you will need no more than three hours max. Always start and finish at the Lindt store for energy!
Written October 1, 2014
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Dru62
Attard, Malta14 contributions
Jul 2014 • Friends
We arrived on a hot sunny day and just managed to park . The parking was full also due to the Magic Land amusement park near by . The shops are nicely laid out but the complex is like a shopping village so to get from one shop to the other you are exposed to the weather , so avoid going on a cold wet day . There are a few well known brands but the discounts aren't that impressive. On the other hand there were quite a few very nice lesser known brands which had very good offers and some very nice items . My wife ,who rarely misses a shopping opportunity , was happy with her purchases and this made me a happy husband !
Written August 13, 2014
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Ronnie H
Tel Aviv, Israel794 contributions
The only real Outlet store is nike,all the rest is regular an high comcept stores.mostly local stores. Even nike sold in high price compering their prices in other stores in Italy, only day before.
Written July 4, 2014
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Michelle D
9 contributions
Jul 2019
Excellent shopping location close to Rome for both adults and children.
Great food available too. Large variety of shops available, jewellery, clothing, homeware, kitchen shops.
Great spot!
Written January 31, 2020
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