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Mercato Centrale di San Lorenzo
This is like two markets in one, there is a covered food market over two levels, selling everything that's tuscan fresh, a great way to shop for your homemade antipasto platters. All produce here is very fresh and looks delectable. It is also surrounded by an outdoor market selling a variety of clothing, accessories and souvenirs. The food market is open from 7am to 2pm Monday to Saturday.

Mercato di Sant'Ambrogio
Foodie's will be in heaven here as you will be able to purchase some of the freshest and cheapest farmers produce at this popular market. Located just north of Santa Croce and is opened from 7am to 2pm Monday to Saturday. Piazza Ghiberti, Santa Croce

Mercato delle Pulci

This flea market is full of bric a brac and is opened from 9am to 7pm Monday to Saturday, however, on the last Sunday of the month the market opens and is larger than life on this day. Piazza dei Ciompi.

Piazza Santo Spirito

This small daily, morning market, turns into a lively alternative market on the 2nd and 3rd Sundays of the month. On the 2nd Sunday you will find arts, crafts and second hand goods and on the 3rd Sunday, Fierucola has fresh organic produce and wines as well as handmade clothing and much more.

San Lorenzo Market
The Mercato di San Lorenzo is known for its leather and clothes bargains. You can pick up all kinds of leather goods - coats, wallets, belts, etc, souvenirs, hats, ties, T-shirts, jewellery, etc. The vendors all speak English. Directions: Head for the San Lorenzo church on Via del canto de Nelli, Via dell Ariento and Via Sant Antonino. Hours: 2nd Sunday March – 1st Sunday November: daily 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Monday after 1st Sunday November-Saturday before 2nd Sunday March: Tuesday-Sunday 9:00 a.m. -7:30 p.m.


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