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is the other Florence. What do I mean? I mean that you’ll find people
generally fall into two groups: fans of Florence and fans of Siena. Both
are incredibly beautiful, both are full of ...
While each town in Tuscany
will get into the Christmas spirit to some degree, shopping aficionados
will want to make sure to visit the cities and towns that include good
Christmas markets in ...
Celebrating their 400th anniversary this year, the pharmacy at Santa Maria Novella church in Florence is clearly something special.
The first thing you notice when entering is the heavenly scent. ...
Don’t be blinded by that fashion capital Milan, remember that Florence has also birthed many a fashion icon including shoe designer Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci, Pucci, Roberto Cavalli and Patrizia ...
It’s one of the must-buys when you visit Florence ;
the city specializes in beautiful leather goods and the markets make
them affordable. If you have a love of either shoes, purses, belts,
There is something special about a bridge with shops along it. There are only four such bridges remaining in Europe: the Rialto Bridge in Venice , the Pulteney Bridge in Bath , England , the ...
Written by ladybytravel, USA, October 2010
San Lorenzo Market has the best leather bargains in Florence. This place is not a secret, most people visit when they're in Florence. But even so the vendors are knowledgeable and the selection is ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, August 2011
is famous for its shopping, mainly leather goods and food. If you’re in
the market for a new bag, pair of gloves, coat, wallet, belt or shoes,
this is the place to be. To get the ...
Milan may be the fashion capital, but Florence is known for its shopping, too. Leather goods and jewelery are particular specialties. The markets and their charming, haggling stallholders are world ...
Written by Florence Expert: Elena, Italy, March 2012
I always have food as a fundamental part of my trips. I am not a food addict but I usually consider it as a part of the culture of a country, which tells us a lot about its territory, geography, ...
One of the distinct pleasures of a visit to Italy is the shopping – and even if your budget doesn’t include coming home with a new Versace handbag or pair of Prada shoes, you can still bring ...
a haven for shopping, from leather goods in the markets, to big name
designers, to outlet stores and some of the best food and wine in Italy . Here are some tips for finding ...
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Doing what: Chianti Region Wine-Tasting and Dinner Half-Day Trip from Florence