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San Lorenzo market, Florence

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
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3.7/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
The largest street market in Florence, San Lorenzo market offers every product from food and household goods to antiques and leather. There are actually two markets: the central market and a separate outdoor market. The central market is indoors and sells food and produce. Outdoors, you will find souvenirs, knickknacks, books, and furniture. Be prepared to bargain, or you will end up paying too much for inexpensive items. Be careful when purchasing leather items, as some are fakes. Put San Lorenzo market into our Florence vacation builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • I live in Mondello, but often in the morning are for Palermo and the most comfortable place for ample parking, especially for old farmhouse renovated and created a beautiful Bar, to the delicious croissants, excellent Campbell, for the kindness of the barmen, to get breakfast is this, highly recommended!
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  • Market of San Lorenzo in Florence; I had the opportunity to visit him on two occasions in the year 2014 and 2016, is very frequented by tourists, is located in Piazza San Lorenzo, around the Church of San Lorenzo. The items that we found are: handbags, purses, wallets and bags of leather and tb. There are some not so good, but the prices are very good and you can haggle. On all the opportunities that go it buy some article and very good quality. Address: Piazza San Lorenzo, Firenze schedule: the market is open Monday to Saturday from 9:00 to 19:30. Also open the first Sunday of each month.
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  • שוק סן לורנזו הוא שוק שמאוד מזכיר שווקים אחרים בעולם מבחינת הסגנון- סגנון שהוא לא הכי אותנטי שיש, שמייתמר להיות חדשני אך מדי פעם יש הבלחות של תקופות מיושנות יותר. תוכלו למצוא כאן גבינות, דגים, בשרים ו...  read more »
  • Loved visiting this market! Best time to visit is around lunchtime or before (otherwise the downstairs stalls might be closed). Downstairs features local vendors selling everything from meat to dried fruit. There is also a delicious place to buy freshly cooked pasta to eat. Upstairs features many restaurants to choose from.
  • Go in the big building to get a bite to eat or shop around the streets with the street vendors. For the items that everyone has, you can bargain. If you find something that no one else has, we found the prices are reasonable, but they won't haggle. The food court is actually pretty nice and the food is high end.
  • I will recommend anyone to visit mercato market instead of this; haughty attitude (asked my wife to go away when she insisted on seeing the bag she wants and shove another bag instead), all products are identical across the street, same kind of people pushing their goods to tourists with the same tactics. At the very least, you see real italians in mercato market hawking their wares without this attitude
  • Great place. You can find almost anything! The food was very good on the second floor
  • Dont go on saturday. Every place are full. Restaurants amazing and excellent italian food. Unfortunatelly I stayed there just for a few hours before leave city. Great place to buy cheese, dried tomatoes, etc.
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