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Piazzale Michelangelo is one of the best and most famous lookouts for a stunning view of Florence, day or night, and best of all it is free! It just takes a little legwork.
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Piazzale Michelangelo
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Piazzale Michelangelo is one of the best and most famous lookouts for a stunning view of Florence, day or night, and best of all it is free! It just takes a little legwork.
Piazza Santa Croce is one of the largest and most famous squares of central Florence. The Basilica of Santa Croce, the largest Franciscan church in the world, overlooks the piazza. Every year in June, a field of sand is prepared for the annual Calcio Fiorentino (historic football) games. The game is fairly violent; boxing and wrestling is allowed and minor injuries are frequent.
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Piazza di Santa Croce
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Piazza Santa Croce is one of the largest and most famous squares of central Florence. The Basilica of Santa Croce, the largest Franciscan church in the world, overlooks the piazza. Every year in June, a field of sand is prepared for the annual Calcio Fiorentino (historic football) games. The game is fairly violent; boxing and wrestling is allowed and minor injuries are frequent.
San Lorenzo "leather" market looks a bit daunting at first when it is busy but don't let first impressions sway you as there are many treasures lying within. Many of the items here are straight from factories in Asia, and although still real leather, they aren’t the always GOOD leather Italy is known for. You’re hoping to pay 50-80 Euro for a nice bag that maybe cost them 20 Euro. Though, you can make amazing deals here. I like to shop in the evening, near closing time. This is because I get two things at once- a sunset and a good deal. Closing time means the vendor is getting his last deals of the day and may lower prices for that extra bit of cash. In the morning this never happens because they have the whole day ahead of them.
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Mercato di San Lorenzo
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San Lorenzo "leather" market looks a bit daunting at first when it is busy but don't let first impressions sway you as there are many treasures lying within. Many of the items here are straight from factories in Asia, and although still real leather, they aren’t the always GOOD leather Italy is known for. You’re hoping to pay 50-80 Euro for a nice bag that maybe cost them 20 Euro. Though, you can make amazing deals here. I like to shop in the evening, near closing time. This is because I get two things at once- a sunset and a good deal. Closing time means the vendor is getting his last deals of the day and may lower prices for that extra bit of cash. In the morning this never happens because they have the whole day ahead of them.
Offerta gastronomica
Around the outside of the market are stall selling leather goods. Inside is food galore from fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, fish to salami, cheese, sandwich shops, coffee bars and gourmet shops selling balsamico vinegar.
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Mercato di San Lorenzo
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Around the outside of the market are stall selling leather goods. Inside is food galore from fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, fish to salami, cheese, sandwich shops, coffee bars and gourmet shops selling balsamico vinegar.