Fidenza Village

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Fidenza Village
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10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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An hour from Milan, in the heart of the beautiful Emilia-Romagna region, Fidenza Village is home to more than 120 boutiques of world-leading brands… on sale, all year round. Shop adidas, Jil Sander, Luisa Spagnoli and many more luxury fashion and lifestyle boutiques. In a vibrant, open-air setting, discover traditional Italian food and wine at Signorvino, Ca’ppucino and Parma Menù and enjoy fresh air and fresh fashion just a stone’s throw from Parma. Open seven days a week, the Village offers an array of personalised services, including a Concierge, Personal Shopping, Hands-free Shopping and complimentary Wi-Fi. An easy 30 minutes by car from Parma Airport, there’s also ample free parking and electric car charging points. Fidenza Village is a member of The Bicester Collection. FidenzaVillage.com
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AnnieMac
Edinburgh, UK3,233 contributions
Couples
High end outlet open air with good range of retailers. Mainly fashion but expensive labels. Good parking & attractive design. Good eating options. Just off main road to Parma.
Written June 9, 2022
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SpendersParadise
Barcelona, Spain4 contributions
Solo
Yes it is clean, yes the brands are decent (Armani, Dolce&Gabbana, and alikes) BUT this outlet really is in the middle of nowhere and, most importantly, prices do bite, if you don't come during sales period! I posted lots of examples on my blog spendersparadise com
There are plenty of way better places to shop in Italy where much better deals can be found! 30-40% off the original retail price for a collection of last year is NOT what I would consider a great deal worth the effort of getting there.
On the positive note, I did encounter some really good bargains at Etro- perhaps by chance but this does give me a glimpse of hope that if one looks carefully, great deals can eventually be found.
All in all; if you are around and don't have a chance to visit other outlets of Italy, especially in Tuscany or Milan area, then this may be something to consider. Otherwise, don't bother.
Written June 6, 2016
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claremorrisdolly
Claremorris, Ireland174 contributions
Great place to spend a day. Well thought out , beautifully orchestrated village. Facilities second to none. Absolutely spotless.
didnt realise we were not supposed to take photographs but told very discreetly . Shop assistants very professional.
Written October 30, 2010
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Fadil A
Singapore, Singapore13 contributions
Couples
There are no signs from Fidenza Station to tell you where the shuttle bus pick up point is. I had to wait in line at the Trenitalia ticket booth to ask where it is and because of the line, I missed the bus and I’ve had to wait an hour for the next one.

I searched everywhere online for this precious bit of info but clearly no one has ever put it out there so let me be the first person to do so.

As you exit the station where the female toilet is, turn left and walk past the taxi line all the way down along the Fidenza station till you get to a parking lot / Bus Station. This is where the pick up point is. Refer to my picture for a view from the pick up point to where you would walk in from Fidenza Station.

To Fidenza Village management, you have a gone so far as to provide everything but this much needed info and it has made for such a disappointing start to my excursion. Please add the exact pick up point in your Getting There information.
Written November 20, 2017
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BOUNDBRIDGE
Washington, UK177 contributions
Really enjoyed our trip to Fidenza. We went on the bus trip from Milan, so it was easy peasy to get to! The shops are plentiful, but if you are after a Prada purse, then I suggest you stay in Milan.
The food choices are few and expensive. Also, people bring their dogs, and they allow them to foul on. This needs to change, nobody likes to sit eating their grub while a dog poops outside the window!
I felt that some of the staff were rude, especially at the Ferrari shop, I felt intimidated when I chose not to buy a jacket that I tried on.
Despite these downsides, this is an enjoyable day and we got some mega cheap deals on some top top brands. Well worth the trip...but take plenty of your own food!
Written January 27, 2015
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Vladimir K
Moscow21 contributions
Family
Shopping requires energy, you know. We left the place as soon as we realized there are only 2 cafes to feed our kids in, and still you have to wait outside until you're called out by the waiter, for 15 minutes! This happened in March, not a high season. Very strange....
FYI, just behind the Fidenza plaza, you can find another shopping center with some useful stores. And cafes! :)
Written June 17, 2014
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alhalawi
Beirut, Lebanon85 contributions
Nice little village that can be accessed from milan by train, all brands can be found with discount prices, so don't waste your money in milan until you reach here. People can spend all day here, and finally a bus will bring you from the station which is amazing.
Written June 21, 2013
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Parme
Chateaulin, France52 contributions
Family
This is the third time we go to Fidenza Village, twice on our way to Firenze, once only for the sales in August !
Always very good prices, whether during the sales period or not, and very very good quality. Retailers are very nice and helpful, most of them speak English and / or French, very nice hotels around (Forlanini 52 near Parma !!) :)
Just go and have a look, you'll make the trip over and over again !
Written January 20, 2014
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Dierregi
Turin, Italy2,175 contributions
Couples
This outlet is located near the large Northern Italian cities of Milan and Modena. Its peculiarity is that the buildings are based on Verdi's operas, which makes it especially attractive and different from all the other outlets I visited. It is a rather upscale outlet, with some major Italian brands such as Dolce e Gabbana, Marni and Tods. However, the Tods shop is small and offers only bags in exotic leather and a few exclusive items. Prices are interesting, though. Well worth the visit.
Written September 27, 2013
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Shane1977
Dubai, UAE.36 contributions
Couples
This is a great place for bargains.

Everything is discounted from the regular price plus some stores have further discounts(40%-70%) on the already discounted items...can't go wrong really !

The village is created nicely and is quite easy on the eyes but could do with a few more food options. We used the fidenza express which is the best way to get to/from considering it cost
just 10E for a return ticket.

For non EU nationals you get a 10-15% tax refund for purchases roughly above 100-115 Euros in Fidenza as compared to 5% for purchases above 300 CHF at Fox Town. So definitely
a better option.
Written August 17, 2013
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