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There’s a Saturday market , which sells farmers’ products.
There is no tastier shop in Cortona for tasting and buying wine, olive oil and rounds of cheese aged in farro or straw than this.
A good selection of English-language books, cookbooks, guides and dictionaries.
If you're lucky enough to be in Perugia on the fourth weekend of the month, spend a few hours in the Mercato Mensile Antiquariato around the Piazza Italia and in the Giardini Carducci...
Giordano worked for Perugina for 25 years...
Stocks a selection of English-language books, as well as maps and Lonely Planet guides in Italian and English.
On the first Sunday of the month, check out this organic market along the side of the Duomo heading towards Via Bonanzi...
In the leather goods business since 1848, local success-story Maledetti manufactures good-quality shoes, bags, coats and belts. This is the women's store; the men's store is at number 40.
At Maioliche Nulli, Rolando Nulli creates each item by hand, while his brother Goffredo finishes them with intricate paintings, specialising in classic medieval designs...
Open the door here and encounter extraordinary aromas – the shelves are piled high with an astonishing 20 to 30 different types of pecorino cheese. A selection of salami and wine makes the picnic shopping complete.
Almost a monument in its own right, this pungent bottega (shop) stocks a truly mouth-watering array of local pecorini cheeses.
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