Italy: Outdoor Markets

There are a ton of outdoor markets near all of the piazzas, and the San Lorenzo Market near the Duomo is one of the largest.  They’re great if you want a good bargain, though the quality might be a bit questionable at times and the salesmen are super pushy.  It is definitely the place to get some cheap scarves though (sometimes 5 for 25 €), but as you can see they have plenty of other stuff too.

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After the market we headed down some side streets and found a few vintage shops where we found Dior, Gucci, Manolo Blahnik, Prada, Chanel, Hermes, Ferregamo, and Cavalli…  needless to say, I didn’t have enough money for any of these amazing finds but they were fun to look at nonetheless.

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