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Street Doing

Vintage couture for men and women is what this extraordinary rabbit warren of a boutique – surely the city's largest collection of vintage – is about. Carefully curated garments and acessories are in excellent condi…
Food & Drinks in San Lorenzo & San Marco

Eataly

Eataly is a one-stop food shop for everything Tuscan. Peruse beautifully arranged aisles laden with oils, conserved vegetables, pasta, rice, biscuits and so on. There are fresh bakery and deli counters, fridges lade…
Ceramics in San Lorenzo & San Marco

Sbigoli Terrecotte

This family-run ceramics workshop and showroom, founded by the Sbigoli family in 1857, is littered with hundreds of handmade and painted tableware pieces. Traditions are kept alive by Antonella Adami, who in her eig…
Jewellery in San Lorenzo & San Marco

Penko

Renaissance jewels and gems inspire the designs of third-generation jeweller Paolo Penko who works with his son in the atelier his grandfather opened in the 1950s. Everything is handmade, as the mass of vintage tool…
Arts & Crafts in San Lorenzo & San Marco

Scriptorium

A mooch around this upmarket boutique is worth it, if only to dip into the utterly cinematic courtyard of 16th- to 18th-century Palazzo Pucci in which it's hidden. Scriptorium crafts exquisite leather boxes and book…
Fashion & Accessories in San Lorenzo & San Marco

Mrs Macis

Workshop and showroom of the talented Carla Macis, this eye-catching boutique – dollhouse-like in design – specialises in very feminine 1950s, '60s and '70s clothes and jewellery made from new and recycled fabrics. …
Fashion & Accessories in San Lorenzo & San Marco

Midinette

From the shabby-chic floor – partly original tiles, partly bare paint – to the retro-inspired fashion, this French-stylist clothing and accessory boutique for women is impossibly romantic and creative.
Homewares in San Lorenzo & San Marco

Bartolini

Foodies with even the mildest interest in cooking will find Florence's most famous kitchen shop absolutely fascinating. Don't miss the collection of pasta-making tools.
Cosmetics in San Lorenzo & San Marco

Famarcia SS Annunziata

Step into old-world Florence at this family-run, 16th-century pharmacy and herbalist – an elegant mirage of dark wood cabinets, colourful tiled floor and vaulted ceiling (all from the 18th century). Beauty products …
Ceramics in San Lorenzo & San Marco

La Botteghina

This unassuming little shop resembles dozens of others, but closer inspection reveals one of the city’s best purveyors of ceramics. Specialising in wares from nearby towns Montelupo and Deruta, the store only sells …