Wedges work well in Rome with all this cobblestone and you can find some of the best quality in this jam-packed store on one of the most elegant streets in the city. It’s just near Piazza del Popolo and although it looks like they just stock shoes for grandma from the outside, the inside reveal a vast choice: suede wedges, flats, cheap canvas shoes for touring the Eternal City and dressy heels to take home as a memento.
Via del Babuino, 33/A (Spagna)
In a 2017 issue, you mentioned a ceramics shop called L’Argillo at Via Guido Cavalcanti, 2. Does it still exist? I can’t find any other references to it online. If it doesn’t exist, can you recommend any other ceramics shops in Rome? Thank you.