Mercato Centrale Firenze
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Lo storico mercato Centrale Fiorentino che unisce la cultura storica di Firenze alla tradizione dei sapori e dei profumi Toscani
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A central market selling local produce on the ground floor. On the first floor they have a food court serving food till midnight.
The Central Market is a place where food is experienced, told and prepared by artisans who respect it and know it deeply. It is a space to be lived and shared and a container that becomes a cultural and social content, without losing spontaneity and simplicity.
The Florence covered market where you can find high quality street food, and live music on the evening!
Well known by the locals, characteristic for the structure, recommended for eating, inside there are many types of typical Tuscan food with a wide choice, in the evening you can also find music and shows
The Central Market is located in one of the most significant places in the city: the first floor of the historic San Lorenzo covered market. Bread and pastries, fresh fish, fried, vegetarian and vegan, meat and cold cuts, buffalo mozzarella, cheeses, chocolate and ice cream, fresh pasta, wine bar,…
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