may not have too many small family-run shops but it still has a lot
to offer in terms of shopping. High-end clothing shops and shoe stores
can mostly be found along the Via Mazzini and Corso Porta Borsari.
The goods may be pricey but you definitely get your money’s
worth. The qualities of the Italian kitchen are known all over the
world. Now, you can have your own authentic Italian kitchen. A variety
of coffee machines, pasta makers, and salami slicers can all be found
in the same area.
Flea market junkies will have a great time at the Piazza San Zeno.
Visit on an autumn Sunday and you will find a wide variety of antiques,
furniture, jewelery, and an odd assortment of just about anything.
If you’re patient and lucky enough, you just might stumble upon
that rare find!
Verona does not lack for wine shops, although the specialty shops
may have really high prices. For a more budget-friendly shopping trip,
you can go to the local supermarkets and get more than wine. Aside
from the supermarkets, there are a lot of delis from which you can
get your favorite Italian food.
If you’re looking for something for your home, you can find
rugs, carpets, and other furniture in Verona. However, be prepared
to pay an arm and a leg. Negotiating is an art that Italians have
perfected a long time ago. For this reason, you need to have expert
bargaining skills. Traders expect you to haggle, but haggle well.
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