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I was a little disappointed -- didn't quite meet my expectations, but I visited in the fall. If you want to take olive oil, or other transportable items home, this would be a great place to get them. Many different vendors.
This place is amazing! Around noon on a Monday all the shops on the ground floor are still open, you can buy pasta and dried mushrooms and tomatoes but also fresh meat, fish and cheese too! On the second floor you find a kind of...More
Happened on this place while wandering, it is awesome! Downstairs you’ll find fresh fruits and veggies as well as pastries, cookies olive oils wine and more. Upstairs we had a glass of wine and a yummy salad for lunch. Highly recommend!
We went to many local restaurants before coming to this place, so we just had a look but found it too touristy and ended up going back to our local restaurant which were full of local residents instead.
We rocked up at Mercato Centrale at around 7pm on a Friday evening following a number of recommendations. You’d be forgiven for thinking it was closed! But look beyond the market entrance and towards the steps that lead to the mezzanine level and you’ll find...More
Visited the Mercato several times during our stay in Florence. Upstairs is a gourmet food court. Great place to have a meal. Lots of variety. Bottom level is the market where you can find butchers, fish markets, bakeries etc. Bought a jar of truffle cream...More
We love the second floor food stalls. We went to the one in Rome and were so happy to find the same in Florence....but even better. It's a one stop shop for so many amazing food from some great chefs. The atmosphere is fabulous and...More
Similar to Lisbon's Time Out Central Market, but busier and buzzier with a more intimate feel. Lots of different and reasonably priced meal or snack choices are available and not exclusively of Italian food. Wine is also dispensed. Highly recommended, particularly in the late afternoon...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.