San Lorenzo MarketAsides from offering the possibility of treating yourself, this is also the perfect place to buy souvenirs from Florence! From leather belts to purses and hats, the varieties and options are endless.
Via Dei CalzaiuoliVia dei Calzaiuoli is a popular street filled with high-end to everyday modern stores. In here you will find the ultra luxury from Chanel to the classic department store shopping, such as Coin.
Via De’ TornabuoniVia de’ Tornabuoni is home to some of the most renowned haute-couture brands, such as Gucci, Emilio Pucci, Versace, Pomellato, Roberto Cavalli, Hermes, Tiffany & Co., and Cartier to name a few. It is, by far, the most elegant street in town.
Officina Profumeria Santa Maria NovellaFlorence is home to the original Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella, a splendid 13th-century frescoed chapel that houses one of the oldest herbal pharmacies in the world.
Mercato Di Sant’ambrogioThe San Lorenzo market is a bit of a tourist souk, but the Mercato di Sant’Ambrogio has an authentic, neighbourhood feel to it. Florentines come here to do their daily shopping, grab a coffee, and chew over the local politics.
Via Santo SpiritoEven if you aren’t shopping you should really visit this quarter. These three connecting streets make up one amazing street, perfect for window shopping, exploring and purchasing a priceless piece of Florence to take back home with you.