7 Best Places to Shop in San Lorenzo, Florence


San Lorenzo Fodor's choice

The cheese selection at Baroni may be the most comprehensive in Florence. It also sells high-quality truffle products, vinegars, and other delicacies, many of which are, or can be, packed for shipping.


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Renaissance goldsmiths provide the inspiration for this dazzling jewelry with a contemporary feel.


San Lorenzo Fodor's choice

It's possible to break the bank at what might be the best salumeria in Florence. Perini sells prosciutto, mixed meats, sauces for pasta, and a wide assortment of antipasti (starters).

Florence, 50123, Italy
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furò e punteruolo

Paolo Fattori and his wife, Luisa, handcraft exquisite, one-of-a-kind bags and other leather accessories at this one-room store and workshop.

Mercato Centrale

San Lorenzo

This huge indoor food market offers a staggering selection of all things edible. Downstairs is full of vendors hawking their wares—meat, fish, fruit, vegetables—upstairs (daily 8 am–midnight) is full of food stalls serving up the best of what Italy has to offer.

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Mercato di San Lorenzo

The clothing and leather-goods stalls of the Mercato di San Lorenzo in the streets next to the church of San Lorenzo have bargains for shoppers on a budget.

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Family-run and operated, this shop sells beautifully handcrafted leather items just down the street from the Basilica of San Lorenzo.