The Best Local Shopping Spots in Florence

The month’s salary burning in your pockets? Itching to get gifts for friends and family? Curious to find the very best stores, bookshops and markets in Florence? Is browsing your number one hobby? We understand, and so do our locals, who have their own favorite hidden gems, top picks for when nothing but a bit of window (or actual) shopping will do the trick. Check out their recommended local shops and never fall in a tourist trap again.

AmozzarĂ© – An artisan cheese shop from the south

AmozzarĂ© – An artisan cheese shop from the south

Image by Veronica Rodriguez

“AmozzarĂ©” is a new cheese shop in Florence specializing in all things from Puglia. Come here for a special aperitivo or a pizza night at home!

Full Article by Vera Rodriguez

B-52 Vintage – A place for rare finds

B-52 Vintage – A place for rare finds

Image by Veronica Rodriguez

“B-52 Vintage” in Florence has almost entirely American men’s wear spanning from the ’40s to the ’80s. For me, as an artist, it’s a wonderful spectacle!

Full Article by Vera Rodriguez

Cantina Pacini – Wine & oil from the neighbourhood

Cantina Pacini – Wine & oil from the neighbourhood

Image by Laura Luconi

“Cantina Pacini”: a wine and oil shop (est. 1935) in Florence I like to visit. If you’re lucky, you’ll be visiting when they have fresh oil from the mill.

Full Article by Francesco Cipriani

Dreoni Giocattoli – The dream toy-shop of my youth

Dreoni Giocattoli – The dream toy-shop of my youth

Image by Chiara Mecocci

“Dreoni Giocattoli” Florence is a toy shop – one of those outmoded places that used to be a paradise for children. I do invite you to take yourself back…

Full Article by Francesco Cipriani

Gerard Loft – Clothing oasis

Gerard Loft – Clothing oasis

Image by Lisa Hammarlund

“Gerard Loft” is one of the best shops in Florence to do shopping when on vacation or on weekend trips. In fact, it’s one of those quality legendary shops.

Full Article by Lisa Hammarlund

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