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This place is where to purchase LEATHER while in Florence. You can buy off the street vendors and get bags made in CHINA, but this store is the REAL DEAL!!! They even gave me a discount if I paid in Euros and not my credit...More
We ended up buying several bags and wallets as a remembrance of this city! They were great purchases and I would say worth it because of the quality! The owner was very kind - Adriano, and his wife was also very lovely! We found both...More
We found this shop as we were walking through the market in Florence. While it is a bot more expensive than some of the merchandise in some of the stalls it is well worth the price. They will start with high-pressure sales and higher prices...More
This shop has an extensive inventory with a wide selection of colors in most products. The salespeople are assertive, but did not put on the hard sell. They have pride in their products and are certainly not afraid to negatively compare their products with those...More
We really enjoyed our experience at this shop. My girlfriend (who knows her purses!) and I walked through the entire market and chose only to enter this store. Overall, we are very impressed with the quality of these products. The leather is beautiful and scratch...More
We had a fantastic experience at Adriano's! I visited their store and at first did not buy anything. I continued to shop around the city and came back two days later. The quality and the prices were by far the best in Firenze. I will...More
We went into this store and were greeted by friendly staff. They sold us a couple of items that I'm really not sure are leather. I knew from the price and I was okay but don't lie to me and tell me it's leather when...More
Visited this week and bought about 10 items but the owner, Adriano, who served us, sneakily charged for 6 extra belts and a leather writing folder which we had clearly decided not to buy and which we had separated on the table from our purchases....More
San Lorenzo’s lively merchants shout out from behind stalls with an array of products in one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Florence. Different ethnic groups join together in the large outdoor market of San Lorenzo and in the Central Market, a vast multi-floored building. Visitors are bound to fall in love with this area and in particular, with its variety of food, especially those focusing on
Florentine dishes as well as international selections. Nobody leaves San Lorenzo without a shopping bag in hand or with an empty stomach.