Christmas In Florence Italy

Florence Gift Guide

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Is everyone ready for Holiday shopping?? For anyone looking for Florence Gift Ideas, here are 6 gift ideas to get your shopping started:

For the Wine Lover

gifts for wine lovers at alessi in florence italy

Beyond bringing a nice bottle of wine to a dinner party, wine lovers will love these unique and useful accessories!


  • Centellino Single-Dose Wine Decanter: Hand-made blown glass made near Florence in Italy – €29
  • Pulltex Wine Clips: A clip to hold your wine glass onto a plate. Perfect for aperitivo! – €26.90
  • Chianti Classico Gallo Nero Wine Tasting Notebook: For the wine lover who likes to stay organized – €15.20


Enoteca Alessi
Via delle Oche, 27R-31R


For the Coffee Addict

coffee gift ideas in florence italy

Chiaroscuro is a classic Coffee Bar in Florence that’s perfect for everything from a morning cappuccino to an evening aperitivo. Jittery loved ones will appreciate their quality coffee and variety of coffee-themed gift ideas.


  • Chiaroscuro Single-Origin Coffee Grounds:  250 grams –  €7.50
  • Chiaroscuro Espresso Cup & Saucer: – €5 each
  • Caffè D’autore: Coffee blends named after famous Florentine protagonists – €7.50


Via dell’ Corso 36r


For the Teatotaler

tea gift ideas florence italy

One of my favorite things to do in the cold winter weather is just to stay home with a warm cup of tea. Step into La Via del Tè and you’ll find amazing gifts for tea lovers! I would challenge you to try to leave without buying something for yourself as well, but where would the fun in that be?


  • Macha Tea Set: (top left) – €59.20
  • Christmas Tea Set: (top right) – €34.50
  • Japanese Teapots: (bottom lef)t – Prices vary, pictured €99
  • Tea Infusers: (bottom right) Perfect stocking stuffers! – Prices vary, Under €10


La Via del Tè
Via della Condotta, 26/28r
– & –
piazza Ghiberti, 22/23r


For the Fashionista

vintage shopping in florence italy

A friend who’s into fashion can be hard to buy for. Most clothes need to be tried on for size, so in the absence of specific requests, go for a unique vintage accessory! Try your hand at nailing your fashionista friend’s style with a necklace made from found items or a vintage scarf from Boutique Nadine.


  • Vintage Sunglasses: €55
  • Vintage Givenchy Scarf: (bottom) €87
  • Vintage Emilio Pucci Scarf: (top) €95
  • Eiffel Tower & Locket Necklace: €39


Boutique Nadine
Lungarno Acciaiuoli 22r
– & –
Via de’ Benci 32r


For the Writer

moleskine notebooks florence italy

Of course the essential notebook is Italian-designed. A writer can never have too many notebooks, journals, and diaries. Trust me.



  • Moleskine Evernote Smart Notebook: Comes with stickers for organizing notes and a year-long premium Evernote subscription. Perfect for bloggers! €25.15
  • City Notebooks: Comes with a map, bus schedule, and useful addresses. Choose from cities like Florence, Paris, and New York. Perfect for travelers! €15.60



Moleskine products are sold in most Cartolerie (stationary stores) around Florence, as well as at Coin and Rinascente. You can also order from the Moleskine Online Store


For the Chocoholic:

chocolate gift idea

When in doubt: Chocolate. Venchi in Florence has a wide selection of unique chocolate gifts, or go with a classic box of chocolates!


  • Chococaviar: €8


Piazza del Mercato Nuovo 6/7



These 6 ideas just scratch the surfuce of the gift-buying possibillities!

What are some of your favorite places to shop for gifts in Florence?



This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. DJ Yabis | Dream Euro Trip

    Love the scarves and the tea sets!

    1. Krista

      Thanks DJ! Florence has some great shopping :)

  2. Maggie

    Good info. Lucky me I recently found our website by accidewnt (stumbleupon).
    I’ve saved it for later!

    1. Krista

      Glad you liked it Maggie, thanks for the comment! :)

  3. Paul Morris

    I am trying to find the web site of a florence novelty shop which sold resin / brass statues of roman chariot.
    Address was via della Condotta, Florence.
    Anyone know?

    1. Krista

      Hi Paul! I’m not sure what shop that would be but next time I’m in via Condotta I’ll take a look to see if I notice anything like that

      1. Paul Morris

        The name of the shop, sorry, was Re Nero.
        I am trying to find its website, without luck!



        1. bchucks

          Hi Paul – I don’t think they have a website, but here’s the Google+ page with phone number. Maybe you could Skype call if you’re not in Italy?

        2. Jeanne

          Hi Paul, we too are trying to contact the store manager of Re Nero. May I ask if you had any luck reaching him or obtaining an email address?

          1. Paul Morris

            Hi. No I didn’t unfortunately!

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