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This place is perfect for buying those italian gourmet goodies to bring home and delight family and friends. The prices are a bit high, depending where you are comming from, but you will surely find something for every wallet.
The people there are nice, and...More
Loved staying in an AirBnB in Florence so we did not have to eat out every meal - but still not psyched to actually cook. Pegna was a great solution - recommended at the wonderful Paperback Exchange down the block. We got some salad items...More
This is a Wonderful Food Store, within a 2 blocks walk of the Duomo, in Florence.
Discovered it about 25 years ago, and SO GLAD I FOUND IT.
Go to the ''South Long Side of the Duomo'',
Turn Right on 3rd narrow road past the...More
This is an interesting store. At first glance, I thought it was a pharmacy. Inside there is a bit of everything - wine, food, baby products, deli, it is hard to pigeon hole. It is a nicely displayed shop but the prices are a bit...More
This food shop doesn't look much from the outside, but once inside the place opens up to a treasure trove of Italian ingredients.
We bought olive oils, balsamic vinagars & some different kinds of dried pasta to take home. I wish I was self catering...More
Florentia, as it was called by Latins, is permeated by an eternal beauty spread in all corners of the city. The historic center is characterized by the immensity of the Duomo, able to transport tourists into the brightest age of Florence: the Renaissance. Who does not know the Brunelleschi Dome, San Giovanni Baptistery and the Giotto’s Campanile? Everything is enclosed here and it would be easy to imagine the city
as it was in ancient times, with maids walking in the main square and horses carrying coaches. Nowadays, roads are busy with street artists. Rustic Tuscan bakeries give way to fashion shops; just stop for a few minutes in the middle of Piazza della Repubblica to enjoy the colors and sweet melody of the carousel that will bring back great memories from anyone’s childhood.
Response from Wambrah L | Property representative |
Hello, unfortunately we don't have it at the moment, but it should arrives.
In the meanwhile it will be a pleasure if you like to come to our store to see all others great Scotches we have!
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Spices/blends (12 Replies)
I'd like to pick up a couple small packets of spice blends in Florence. Any favorites? (Italian label please) Mercado Centrale and Pegna are on my must do list.
August 31, 2014|
I usually buy spices at Eataly (Via De' Martelli, near the Cathedral)
Day 4 in beautiful Florence (19 Replies)
Hi all, continuing with my trip report now back from home... Tuesday 8th of May Tuesday was Palazzo Vecchio day. I had booked 10 am slot for the "Secret Passages" guided tour. :) A little mishap happened first thing in the morning: halfway through walking there I thought I'm packing peculiarly light that day and realised I don't have my camera. 😀 Oops. No worries, we were early so the hubby went back to the hotel to get it and I went ahead to pick up the tickets. Another good...More
May 15, 2018|
Your Trip Reports are testaments to the beauty and history of Florence. Looking forward to reading about your Chianti trip. Have you started making plans for your return?
Food shops (9 Replies)
Hi all, I’m researching for some nice food shops in Florence. I really liked the Volpetti shop in Rome, perhaps something similar? Looking for example great dried pastas, balsamic vinegar, chocolate, cantuccini, perhaps some prosciutto for hubby, local coffee blends… So far I’ve got two, Eataly shop and Pegna. If anyone has any recommendations it’d be much appreciated. :)
March 05, 2018|
You might try searching online for specialty food shop yelp firenze (no quotes). Using a similar search, but substituting "roma" for "firenze" brings up Volpetti as #2.