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Florence shopping

Most of Florence's designer fashion stores are located in or around a single street, Via Tornabuoni. A walk along this chic thoroughfare will take you past a glittering array of big-name boutiques: Armani, Versace, Prada, Emilio Pucci, Louis Vuitton, and Yves Saint Laurent. Head west along Via della Vigna Vecchia from here, and there are more goodies, including Dolce & Gabbana and La Perla. A five-minute walk east brings you to Via Roma, which showcases Miu Miu, Fratelli Rosselli, and more Prada. Note that most shops are closed on Sunday, and all except food shops and some of the larger stores are closed on Monday morning. For those prepared to travel 30 minutes outside the city to the hills of Tuscany, there are a number of fabulous outlet shops where you can fill your luggage with designer labels without emptying your bank account.

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Madova, Florence

Florence is a great place to buy gloves, and this tiny shop near the southern end of the Ponte Vecchio is one of the very best. The only glove shop in the city...more

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Mercato Centrale, Florence

Florence's central produce market is a feast for the senses and a must for foodies. Occupying a 19th-century glass and iron structure, the market houses deli,...more

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Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella, Florence

Of the many herbalists' shops in Florence, this is the most famous. Occupying a stunning ex-pharmacy in an ancient palazzo with a frescoed 13th-century chapel,...more

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Raspini, Florence

There are several city-center branches of this chic one-stop shop, which stocks men's and women's fashions and shoes by Romeo Gigli, Armani, Prada, Miu Miu,...more

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Riccardo Barthel, Florence

Barthel is the king of Italy's shabby-chic interior designers. His shop and HQ near the Porta Romana is a treasure trove of old copper pots, worn leather...more

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Roberto Cavalli, Florence

Local boy Roberto Cavalli's flagship store opened a couple of years ago, controversially taking over a space previously occupied by Giacosa, one of Florence's...more

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Roberto Ugolino, Florence

Young shoemaker Roberto Ugolini's small workshop is just off Piazza Santo Spirito; you can watch him and his apprentices at work turning out exquisite men's...more

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Scuola del Cuioio, Florence

Created as a vocational charity for war orphans, this leather school is located inside the cloisters of Santa Croce church (you can also enter through the...more

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