Continuing with my visit to Florence, tell you about Cathedral Cathedral or museum Uffizi, has no mystery, in fact that I will explain in any tourist guide to the use. So I made my own route through Florence with some interesting discoveries in the capital of art and culture. At the margins of the bar Volume, to which I devoted yesterday’s post, do not fail to meet the store ub located on the Via dei Conti. It is a small oasis for lovers vintage with wonderful treasures that will leave you with your mouth open.
Walking along the Via dei Conti, hacia Via dei Servi, Not only you will find the imposing Cathedral, but it will pass in front of some wine shops where you can buy the prized wines of Tuscany, beginning with the famous chianti. Spot, there is no better place in Florence that the small and authentic Bistrot La Campannina, in Your Sant’Antonio 49. I doubt there is a better place to enjoy a good plate of pasta freshly made. A direction away from the tourist area where you feel a more fiorentino.
Indispensable near the street Borgo Degli Albizi and enter Masters Factory, a store concept, enoteca and restaurant driven by a group of artisans. Sold from soaps, glassware, jewelry and handbags to wine and olive oil, all made by hand. Likewise, you can taste typical dishes of Tuscan home, a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Also worth a shop around the commercial hub of Florence toward the Santa Trinita Bridge, where in addition to clothing and accessories, You can stop to take a “beer’ and eating a slice of pizza.
For that you like stationary objects, Florence is a paradise. One of the major chains is The Papyrus, having shops in the tourist center, like this one I found just opposite the Palazzo Pitti. Even if what you want is to hallucinate creations as vintage, I recommend you go into any of the three stores Art & Crafts. I came across which is located on the Piazza Santa Maria Soprano, number 1, and I took two postal, but typically have been wipe out everything in this magical place.
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And of course, so you can not miss, before the end of this tour, is to eat a good ice cream. See the sunset across the Puente Old and end up in the Gelateria Santa Trinitá It is the perfect ending to an unforgettable getaway to Florence.
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