I like walking; I think it’s the best way to enjoy a city, discover a hidden spot and find precious treasures. So, follow me in Sdrucciolo de’ Pitti, a tiny street between piazza Pitti and via Maggio, in which yon can still feel the neighborhood’s old-time attractiveness.
Walk along the street and discover some vintage shops, different bars and some interesting artisanal studios. Have a tapa at La Cova, a glass of wine at Lo Sdrucciolo, take a look at the window of Tiziana Alemanni’s, a high quality tailor’s shop, and stop at two studios run by girls, where I usually buy presents for my friends! One is Giulia Materia Atelier where you can buy bags, clothes or postcards. The other one is Gioielli di Camilla who makes minimal and really elegant jewelry and where you can also find cups and hand-painted vases.
These aren’t the only spots you can find in Sdrucciolo de’ Pitti — go and discover the other ones!