Shopping Streets in Florence

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Italy is famous for its fashion around the world and Florence don’t disappoints. Walk around the city and find everything, from renown designers to good bargains, to keep yourself hip.

Porcellino Market

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Established in the 11th century and protected by a loggia from the 16th, by Giovanni Battista. The “Mercato Nuovo” is one of the oldest markets in Florence.

Piazza dei Ciompi

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You just have to walk through Florence to admire history, but if you miss this spot you won’t be able to buy it!

Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella

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Prepare your sense of smell and unveil one of Florence’s better kept secrets, the oldest pharmacy and perfume store of the city.

Chianti Classico Collection

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Chianti Classico consortium held an exclusive event in which journalist and trade experts had the chance to taste the fine quality, of chianti wine, know about its strength in the market and see its revamped logo.

From Boldini to De Pisis

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Florence’s Palazzo Pitti and Villa Bardini are host of the Filippo De Pisis Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art collection to raise founds to restore Ferrara’s Palazzo Massari.

Florence and the symbol of the Lion

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Have some free time? Why not going around the city to spot sculpted lions?

Public Art in Florence

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Florence is better known for its Renaissance works of art, that adorn its streets and piazzas, but there are also some contemporary pieces that you won’t want to miss while you walk through the city.

Love Padlocks

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Here in Florence and in cities all across the world people are padlocking their love to signify love that lasts for an eternity.

Horticultural Garden in Florence

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Craving for some fresh air? Visit Florence’s Horticultural Garden and enjoy the smell and colors of the plants and flowers that this place houses.