Destination PisaDestination Pisa

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The area round the tower in Pisa is bursting with souvenir shops. Forget about them and walk to the Corso Italia and Borgo Stretto, Pisa’s two main shopping streets. Here you will find all kinds of Italian fashion shops. The cheapest labels can be found in Corsa Italia and the best-known and most elegant in the medieval Borgo Stretto. Other streets, such as the Via Mercanti and the Via dei Rigattieri, also have many outstanding shops.

There are dealers selling old books and paintings everywhere in the city centre. And if you are interested in antiques and old furniture, the Fiera dell’antiquariato e artigianato artistico (Antique and Craft Market) is worth looking round. It stretches along the Via Santa Maria, Piazza Felice Cavallotti, Via dei Mille, Via Corsica, Piazza dei Cavalieri and Via Ulisse Dini (every second Saturday and Sunday in the month, except July and August). Another must is the Mercato delle vettovaglie (vegetable and flower market on the Piazza delle Vettovaglie), which is more than a hundred years old (Mondays to Fridays).

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