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Flea Market
Mercato Centrale , Florence
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Immerse your senses in the sights, sounds, and tastes of Mercato Centrale. Pick up everything you need--meat, fish, cheese, olives, pasta, br
Tours from $37
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Founded in the early 13th century by Dominican friars, Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella has provided herbal potions and m
Tours from $66
Factory Outlet
The Mall , Leccio
3.4
Pick up discounted designer goods at The Mall. This luxury outlet center hosts Dior, Prada, Gucci, Alexander McQueen, and other top designer
Tours from $195
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Duration: 5 hours
Learn the art of Tuscan cooking on this 5.5-hour market visit and cooking class in Florence. Led by local chefs, visit Florence’s Central Market to choose fresh ingredients and then prepare a classic Tuscan lunch in the cooking school kitchen. Create dishes such as ‘bruschetta’ (tomato-topped grilled bread) and homemade pasta and dessert watched by your chefs, and savor your meal with your fellow cooks and two glasses of Chianti wine before receiving a diploma and recipe booklet.Numbers are limited to 25 for this small-group class to ensure a personalized experience.
Book on Viator from $107
Factory Outlet
Barberino Designer Outlet , Barberino Di Mugello
3.8
Head to Barberino Designer Outlet for all of your shopping needs. This outlet mall houses designer as well as budget stores, where you can hu
Tours from $18

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Variety is not a problem when deciding where to stay in Florence. The compact town center is packed with hotels, hostels, and small inns. The drawback of this upmarket central area is that even family-run B&Bs often cost as much as luxury hotels. For more affordable lodgings, explore the area outside the tourist-driven city center. Staying in one of the city's residential neighborhoods allows you to immerse yourself in the daily life of local Florentines. B&Bs and hotels outside the center offer private parking and spacious rooms, all within walking distance of the main tourist sites.
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