Where to shop Tax Free in Italy
Tax Free shopping in Milan
- Quadrilatero d’Oro – some of the most prestigious brands can be found here, these include like Ralph Lauren, Saint Laurent, Gucci, Valentino, Stella McCartney and Missoni
- Via Montenapoleone – Montenapoleone Card available from the Premier Tax Free office to get an additional 15% to spend in stores on the street.
- Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II – the world’s oldest shopping mall. Family owned boutiques and designer shops such as Celio, Massimo Dutti, Michael Kors, Stroili oro, Gucci and many others are all available here.
- Corso Porta Ticinese – a new generation of artisans and designers like Scout and Zeis House set up shop here as well as top designers like Gucci.
- Corso Buenos Aires – the largest concentration of shops on one street in the whole of Europe. Hundreds of street shops stocking over 350 brands such as as Celio, Freddy, Via Uno and Marano,.
- Tax Free shopping in Rome
- Piazza di Spagna – here you can access Via Condotti, Via Borgonona and Via Frattini – known as the Trident – Rome’s luxury centre. Brands available here are Gucci, Dior and Harry Winston and Omega.
- Via del Corso – clothing shops such as Adidas, Massimo Dutti, Elisabetta Franchi and Stefanel, and department stores are available from this mile-long road stretching from Piazza del Popolo to Piazza Venezia.
Tax Free shopping in Florence
- Via Calimala – major fashion brands including Massimo Dutti and Gucci.
- Ponte Vecchio - shops selling jewellery, such as Bernardo Antichita and La Gioielleria U. Gherardi.
- Via Tornabuoni – Flornce’s home of luxury houses brands such as Gucci, Italian concept boutiques like Space, and accessories shops like Omega. This street is also full of sights.
- Via Porta Rossa and Via della Vigna Nuova – shops such as Le Vanità perfumery and Otisopse.
- On Via Panzani and Via Cerretani – high street stores like accessorize are within close walking distance of the San Lorenzo markets.
Tax Free shopping in Venice
- Rialto Bridge – many jewellers such as Jovon or J&S jewellery
- Via Cappello – boutiques and shops such as Zara, Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Al Duca D’Aosta.
- San Marco and Calle Vallaresso - brands such as Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Missoni, Balenciaga and many more.
Traditionally speaking, shops do not open in Italy on Sundays, but most of the shopping centers open on Sundays and even in the main shopping streets, like via Montenapoleone in Milan or Via Condotti in Rome you’ll easily find open boutiques on Sundays. Paying with Cards: Visa and Mastercard are the most accepted cards in Italy, American Express might not be accepted in the very small stores.