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FLORENTINE SHOPPING – In a wonderful city, buying opportunities for all budgets.

After admiring works of art and unique architecture in the world, maybe it’s time to go shopping in Florence, http://www.aboutflorence.com/tourist-offices-in-Florence.html a city with an ancient tradition of craftsmanship, not only for clothing, but also for souvenirs really special. No fear! You will nothave spend too much to go shopping! Among luxury boutiques and outlets, workshops and outdoors markets, certainly encounter what’s right for you. Many shops are open all day today, and are open from Monday to Saturday (normally, the closing days are on Monday morning and Sunday). All payments are accepted in cash or credit cards and debit cards (do not forget to keep the purchase receipt). Easily recognizable are the unauthorized sellers (because they expose the goods on sheets spread out on the floor, bags or boxes). Remember that there are penalties if you purchase from them copies of the original products.

From the fourteenth century, Via Tornabuoni http://www.tornabuoniclass.com/en/ is home imposing palaces of the Florentine families, who today are wonderful additions boutiques (Gucci and Prada, Pucci and Cartier). This area is expanding towards Via della Vigna Nuova (where you’ll find stores of Lacoste and Monteblanc). Via Maggio and Via dei Fossi, home to antique shops, where you can find works of art of value, but also unique pieces collection. You will find antique stores also in Piazza Beccaria area, where you’ll find jewelry of all shapes, ready to be put in your suitcase.

If you have time, there is the opportunity to visit the antiques markets scattered throughout the city. The Arno River has always been to Florence one of the factors for the development of the artisanal production market leather (wallets, belts, purses and gloves). The most typical places where you can go to buy leather goods, have the unique Ponte Vecchio and two outdoor markets: Piazza del Mercato Nuovo and San Lorenzo. You can also get in some laboratories, such as the School of Leather http://www.scuoladelcuoio.com/ just behind Santa Croce, or you can go to the Pierotucci Italian Leather Factory http://www.pierotucci.com/en

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