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This is the area for shopping in luxury stores, or in my case just browsing. However, there is much more to see than just stores, Palazzo Strozzi fronts this street along with Palazzo Spini-Ferroni and Palazzo Tornabuoni
This was such a beautiful place to wander around and window shop. We weren't inclined to go inside the shops as they were mostly very high end / designer! At night it was absolutely magical, lit with beautiful Christmas lights.
hey all. just came back from Europe after 20 days of holidays , Florence was our last stop for 4 days and we are staying just above Armani i.e via tornabuoni 15 . the perfect place to stay right between the shopping arcade, everything is...More
This is the most fashion street of Florence, on the groundfloor of several historical buildings you can look at the boutiques of important brands. Along the street there are Palazzo Strozzi, where you can admire important art exsposition and the Church of Santa Trinita, which...More
The street reminded me of Fifth Avenue with all the designer stores. Just so happened that I was booked at the hotel right next to the Burberry store. It was relatively quiet there since not many people were shopping at these high-end stores. The street...More
This beautiful cobblestone street is the place to go if you are looking for designer fashion. You'll find all the designer boutiques you'd expect all within a few blocks. Fun to stroll down this street even if you're just looking in the windows.
The street that connects Antinori square and Santa Trinita bridge is a famous shopping high-street with many designer’s shops, popular brands and fashion boutiques. But it is also a very interesting architectural site with many historical buildings and nice palaces at both sides of the...More
Personally, I never miss a chance to stroll along Via De’ Tornabuoni when I am in Florence. My favorite shoe designer, Salvatore Ferragamo, with his ageless elegant pumps is there... Gucci with its flamboyant style is there... Sleek and always sophisticated Armani... Roberto Cavalli with...More