Via de' Tornabuoni
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Upscale shopping district featuring all the top names in Italian fashion, from Gucci to Ferragamo.
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Frank Geisler 🇨🇭
Zurich, Switzerland13,157 contributions
Family
We passed this street with an impressive column twice during our stay in Florence.

A great combination of old architecture and modern shops.

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Written October 3, 2019
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EUcivilization
Beverly Hills, MI365 contributions
I love walking this street every time I am in Florence. While is a heaven for luxury shopper the store fronts, well-maintained facades and just the historic air of the street quenches passionate traveler's thirst for authentic and exquisite Florentine architecture, history and art.
Written February 5, 2016
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Marco B
Florence, Italy170 contributions
Business
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 contains a beautiful chapel decorated with a fresco representing the life of Saint Francais by Ghirlandaio, an important master of the Renaissance.
Written April 5, 2019
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Noraatc
Sudbury, MA31,092 contributions
Couples
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 his festive colors and boundless imagination... and Valentino of course... and so many more. In all honesty, I found prices for designer shoes and bags better in NYC and Boston, but it is hard to beat endless variety of styles on Via de’ Tornabuoni - only Via Monte Napoleone in Milan can compete.

Always, a feast for those who admire the art of high design, like me.

Ladies, send your husbands to the bars and enjoy the kingdom of fashion😊.
Written July 27, 2018
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BennyMalaga
Malaga, Spain89,775 contributions
Couples
The Via de Tornabuoni is a very good shopping street and much of it is reserved for pedestrians. There are many expensive designer shops here. The street is very clean and it is a joy to wander about the street. It is the most elegant shopping street in the city. San Gaetano is a beautiful church on the street that one should visit and does not have an entrance fee.
Written September 21, 2013
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BosstownBobby
Lucignano, Italy27 contributions
Wide sidewalks (finally!!) and beautiful shops of distinction lined this beautiful street. We wish we had visited the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum there but just too many tours booked for us. It was a pleasure to walk each day on the way to our tour location and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Wished we could have spent a bit more time there when the shops were open.
Written October 4, 2012
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geezuz
London, UK42 contributions
Couples
I must share my great experience, more precisely my girlfriends, in this womenswear shop just around the corner from Via de Tornabuoni. The owner, Betty, we learned has vast experience in fashion and she only opened her own shop in the last twelve months. Like most boutiques in Italy you will find that attention to detail is second to none, also the brands you find here are less known to the masses and all hand picked, my better half is what I would characterise as a bit of a fashionista in love with Armani, Marni and Prada (no intention to boast sorry) and is used to the kind of service you expect from those types of brands was very impressed and we went back the day after to collect some alterations and for a glass of bubbly! Thanks again Betty, we hope to return to Florence soon and will certainly pop in then! Well worth a visit if you are after some special pieces that are much less pricey than the super brands in the Via de Turnabuoni (which is parallel to this street) however I would still say mid-High price and great quality. The osteria next door is fabulous as well! Enjoy!
Written September 1, 2012
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HawkeyLa r rye_in_CA
Orange, CA135 contributions
Couples
Our hotel Antica Torre di Via de Tornabuoni v1 was at the base of the street across from the Salvatore Ferragamo store and museum. The avenue is filled with the high-end stores one expects in Beverly Hills, Milan, Paris, etc. While this is not why we came to Florence, the wide avenue and architecture and people-watching made this an enjoyable stroll.
Written March 17, 2012
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China149,266 contributions
Couples
Seems every major city has its luxury brand 'High Street' and Via de'Tornabuoni seems to play that role for Florence. Along with nearby Via della Vigna Nouva, we were able to spot the normal collection of Italian brand names, the likes of Versaci, Gucci, Armani, Ferragamo and others.

While not a priority attraction by traditional means, there is a high concentration high-end luxury brands here for those interested in this type of shopping experience
Written March 5, 2012
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Borzov
Rijeka, Croatia5,256 contributions
Couples
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 street.
Written October 8, 2018
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