Clothes Shops in Lucca
Lucca is historically a rich city that used to have lots of churches, banks, and noble families. Still, to this day, people tend to dress more formally and many shops reflect that. Here you will find well-made staples and timeless garments.
Since 1918 this shop at n.54 of Via Fillungo has sold great quality men’s clothing, including: shirts, suits, coats, hats and so on. Very old-fashioned, but in a good way.
Located in Piazzetta dell’Arancio, this shop has a retro and sophisticated feeling. The shop is cosy and very charming, and the quality is impeccable. The owners will be happy to assist you in the selection.
Pesi e Vinci
Pesi e Vinci is a family-owned business in its second generation and is located in Piazza Bernardini. Here you can find garments for every occasion, even formal ones. The shop is big and well-furnished, and the walls are decorated with original frescoes.
In the De Simoni boutique, each piece is Made in Italy. Shirts and suits are the best sellers, but the womenswear section is equally well-furnished.
If you like shoes, you can’t miss Il Panda in Via Fillungo. The shop also has a small but very well curated selection of clothes and accessories. They also have an outlet (in Via dell'Anfiteatro, 105).
This jewellery store has been in Via Fillungo since 1665 and is the oldest shop in Lucca. Here you can find the finest antique jewellery, and it’s worth at least passing by to take a look at the window.
Gigolò and Void
These two shops are targeted at a younger public, and they have a furnished selection of trendy pieces as well as some staples. They are both in Via Beccheria, a few metres apart.
Fat Mama is a vintage clothing shop specialising in denim. The two owners are passionate and very well-prepared, and will be able to assist everyone in finding the best fit for them. The shop is in Via Chiasso Barletti, a vibrant little street with lots of good shops.
Food Shops and Wine Merchants in Lucca
Whether you are in the hunt for the ingredients to recreate a dish you have tried and fallen in love with, or you simply want to try some local delicacy, our list of food shops and wineries has got you covered.
Antica Bottega di Prospero
For five generations the Marcucci family has been dedicated to selling flours, legumes, cereals, mushrooms, cheeses, spices and aromas. Prospero is located in Via Santa Lucia, in a building that dates back to the Middle Ages. Here it is possible to find the best products of the area, a must for lovers of antiquity and those who want to know more about the gastronomic tradition of Lucca.
Gino Frutta e Bistrot
Located in Piazza Santa Maria, Gino Frutta e Bistrot was born as a fruit and vegetable shop. Today it is also a bistro and a wine shop.
Ortofrutta Lucca Centro Morelli
Another excellent option for fresh vegetables and fruits. Ortofrutta Morelli is in Piazza San Salvatore.
Tambellini Rinomata Salumeria
Tambellini is located in the beautiful Piazza San Frediano. This is a grocery store known for its fine cured meat and sausages.
Enoteca Vanni has one of the best selections of wines in the area. There are also a few outside tables to enjoy an aperitivo.
There is a lifelong dispute about who does the best focaccia in Lucca.The contenders are Forno A Vapore Amedeo Giusti in via Santa Lucia and Forno Casali in via Guinigi. So why not try both?
Taddeucci has been a pastry shop since 1881, and still to this day, traditionally prepares
their pastry with a technique that has been used for over one hundred years. This is the best place to go if you want to try the famous buccellato.
Markets in Lucca
A great option to hunt a treasure is Lucca’s markets, especially the antiques one. There is a high chance that there will be a market while you visit the city, as several are offered each month.
The antiques market takes place every third Saturday and Sunday of the month. It is mainly centred around Piazza San Giusto and Piazza Antelminelli, but it runs across many ot the town's streets and squares. About 220 exhibitors from all over Italy participate, and it is considered one of the most important in the country.
This is a market where you can find goods produced by local craftsmen. The market takes place mainly in Piazza S. Giusto, on the last weekend of each month.
Lucca Weekly Market
The regular market takes place on Wednesdays and Saturdays every week at Le Tagliate parking lot. You can find primarily clothes, linen, home gadgets and food.
Every Saturday (and Wednesday during the summer) at Foro Boario takes place the farmers' market. There are about twenty local agricultural producers for all kinds of food products, including a fresh from nearby Versilia and a florist's stand. This is the best place to find typical and seasonal products.
On Wednesday afternoons, local producers gather in Piazza San Francesco for MercoledìBio, an organic and fair trade food market.
During the Settembre Lucchese there are lots of markets (fiere). If you want to know more about annual events in Lucca you can find out all about them here.
With a little bit of planning, you can make the most of your shopping in Lucca. With so much to offer you can buy some great clothes, delicacies, and antiques. If you think anything else deserves a mention please get in touch and let us know, or to find out more about this beautiful city, check out our ultimate travel guide to Lucca for more tips on how to enjoy your stay.
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