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Florentia Village, Tianjin Luxury Designer Outlet

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Address: North of Qianjin Road, Wuqing District, Tianjin 301799, China
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+86 22 5969 8000

An ingenious combination of fascinating architectural elements, the Jingjin...

An ingenious combination of fascinating architectural elements, the Jingjin Florentia Village is the epitome of classical Italian architecture of stone bridges, fountains, plazas and atriums. Besides shopping and tourist attractions, authentic Italian cuisine and delectable Chinese and Western gourmet foods crafted by over 10 outdoor cafes and restaurants boasting of various flavors will make your trip even more enjoyable. Jingjin Florentia Village provides the most exclusive shopping experience that goes beyond Chinese consumers' expectations and provides a wide variety of upscale shopping options for families, friends and lovers.

Conveniently located in the rapidly developing Wuqing District between Beijing and Tianjin, Jingjin Florentia Village is connected with the bustling metropolises nearby via a robust network of motorways, national highways and the Jingjin Intercity Railway. There are a total of 22 trains running in and out of Wuqing Station every day, which is only 100 meters away from the main entrance of Florentia Village.

【Opening Hours】

Winter: 10:00 AM-8:00 PM (November 1st-March 31st)

Summer: 10:00 AM-9:00 PM (April 1st-October 31st)

Open at 9:00 AM on weekends and public holidays

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A little piece of Italy in China

After moving to Wuqing, I wanted to check out this Italian outlet village. It is a very refreshing to just walk around the area and enjoy the European architecture. The shops are... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Norbi S
Beijing, China
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Beijing, China
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

After moving to Wuqing, I wanted to check out this Italian outlet village. It is a very refreshing to just walk around the area and enjoy the European architecture. The shops are pretty pricey but in my opinion, it's good place to visit once you are in Wuqing. Since it is located basically next to the train station, it can... More 

1 Thank Norbi S
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Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

Visited with a criend and while pleasant enough... remindex me of similar outlets villages in UK and USA ... with the exceptio that stores were expensive .. onpared to experience in West... Give a miss and isit USA where pricez are much better.

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Vancouver, Canada
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Reviewed 31 January 2016

Ok so here is a well built, clean and comprehensive site. It is simple; all the brands are there. The site is really beautiful and we were there on a clear winter day, truly enjoying the stroll around and the mass of visitors, lining up at Prada, Versace, Levis and Mont Blanc. There are delicious restaurants as well. I recommend... More 

Thank Martin L
Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 29 April 2015

This is a great attraction, close to the train station, lots of top quality shops, The Italian coffee shop is great. Overall good fun.

1 Thank traveller8321
Oslo, Norway
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Reviewed 29 November 2014 via mobile

This is just another Chinese mall. It has the same high prices and the same limited assortment. Absolutely not worth the trip from the nearby cities. I don't think the people running this place has any idea what an outlet is. And that shows. Stay away!

1 Thank sturle
Beijing, China
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Reviewed 4 December 2013

Very similar to the McArthur Glenn Outlet Villages which you may have visited in Italy (near Venice, Milan-Genoa, Florence, Rome and Naples). Designed by Italian company (3 main architectural styles: Rome, Florence and Venice). Owned and managed by a sino-italian joint-venture. There is an authentic Italian restaurant named "BellaVita" and most part of the retail luxury brands. Prices are obviously... More 

1 Thank Gigi_Sullivan
Paris, France
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Reviewed 3 August 2013

The village itself is pleasant, with its Italian building imitations and fake canals. There are many outlets mainly for european brands and a few american ones. But the prices are more expensive compared to what we have in Europe. We bought a pair a Geox on sales and found the same pair in Paris for the same price. But it's... More 

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