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ATHENS GREECE
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Mall or outlets

Hi !! I would like to know how to get to the mall. Any other suggestions for good outlets with grand firms in good prices and how to get there?

Thanks,

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1. Re: Mall or outlets

Hi, here are some details:

The Mall,

Europa 8,

Leccio - Reggello

Tel 055 8657775

Open: Mon - Sat 1000 - 1900 and Sun 1500 - 1900

Outlet stores include; Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Loro Piana, Giorgio Armani, and Bottega Veneta.

Arriving by bus: Leaving from Florence, Mon - Fri there are buses at 0900 and 1230, returning to Florence at 1200 and 1700. On Saturdays leaving Florence at 0900 and returning at 1200. Buses depart from the Sita office at via santa caterina da sienna, n 17. Cost is 2.50E each way.

Arriving by train: Take a train on the Florence to Rome main-line, stopping at the station of Rignano. Then, take a taxi to the outlet stores.

and a link to the website if you want to check out the stores tours-italy.com/florence/outlet_stores.htm

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2. Re: Mall or outlets

Please be aware you might find the odd bargain, but you will certainly find lots of out sized and last season items.

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The cheapest/easiest way to get to The Mall is by local SITA bus, which leaves florence at 8:30am, 9am and 12:30pm - takes 30 minutes. You can find everything you'll need to know including the schedule on the website: http://www.themall.it/

You can also look up the enormous Barberino Outlet Mall, half an hour towards Bologna, or the Prada outlet in Montevarchi - but this one takes a lot of organising and rumaging and a bit more effort to find/get to/get in/ and find a good bargain!

www.mcarthurglen.it/barberino/home/home.php

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4. Re: Mall or outlets

This article has a lot of options on how to get to "The Mall" :

florence-on-line.com/shopping/the-mall-flore…

Be aware that there are no "bargains" at "The Mall" - jeans are still 300 euro a pair and up, etc! The Barberino outlet has many more affordable options (and is much larger with many more shops - not just clothes) -

Unless you are loaded and price isn't a concern :)

ATHENS GREECE
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5. Re: Mall or outlets

thanks for your answer. How can I get to Barberino by means of transport/

First I concern is price!!!!!! thanks again

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If you click on the link provided by hapagirl_italy and go to location, there is detailed information about getting to Barberino:

mcarthurglen.it/barberino/…

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7. Re: Mall or outlets

As we have told you there are few bagains at The Malls. You will do better to shop in Florence itself. The Malls usually have last seasons styles .

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