Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Info about, for or on shopping in and around Firenze AKA Florence, Italy


Here are some links about, for or on shopping in and around Firenze AKA Florence, Italy:

  • Factory & Luxury Outlets near Florence – "In addition to a tourist guide on the city’s monuments, museums and restaurants, tourists visiting Florence should also take a valuable list of must visit outlets and their friends’ ” shopping list “. It’s all about handbags, shoes, clothes and accessories signed by the major Italian and international fashion brands, found in the many discounted Luxury Outlets scattered around Florence." – Source: That's Florence! – "Stories, secrets and curiosities about Florence"
  • Going shopping at the Outlets in Tuscany – "Who doesn't like shopping? What's better than shopping and saving at the same time? If you're interested in Italian designer brands and international name brand items, you should do some outlet shopping while you're in Tuscany. Gucci, Prada, Cavalli and many other Italian and international brands are located in malls and retail outlets in Tuscany - and here are the details of where they are!" – Source: discoverTUSCANY – "Travel Guide about Tourism in Tuscany (Toscana), Italy, from an Insider's Point of View"
  • Outlet Malls near Florence – "The following is a list of outlet stores in or around Florence. As shopping in the city has gotten more and more expensive, and always less exciting, I’ve taken to frequenting these places for wardrobe updates. Addresses, reviews, and directions are provided below.  UPDATED June 2013 with websites, maps, and updated reviews." – Alexandra Kore – Source: ARTTRAV – " Art, Travel & Life in Italy & Europe"
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  • A Guide to Shopping in Italy for Hedonists and Bargain Lovers – "Italy is a shoppers heaven with something for everyone. The country is so stylish that even the cheap bargain stuff is chic. Let's start with a warning though. You must be aware when shopping in Italy that prices get marked up in tourist areas and also that there are a lot of things for sale that have been made in China or are knock-offs of well-known labels and designers, so keep your wits about you. Here are some tips" – Source: Found in the TRAVEL section of – "The Excellence of Italian Products" 
  • Outlets in Italy – "your guide to outlets, shopping centers and shopping tours in Italy" – "Outlets per regions" – Source: web site – "Find your nearest outlet! [You can search: by Name or by using the pull down labelled menus: District, Region, Brand, Select Category" – In English, Italian 
  • Where to Find Italy’s Best Outlet Malls – May 9, 2011 – "blog: About Us" – Source: Found within the Author Archive | Walks of Italy blog of the Walks of Italy – "Experience Italy. Take Walks!" – "About Us
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That's it for Wednesday, 20 August 2014: mercoledi, 20 agosto 2014

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