What are the best outlets in Italy for shopping?
In Italy there are several places to shop in the most varied sectors, but, in the most renowned stores as in the big centers, most of them do not have very attractive prices, not even in the famous period of sales (at the beginning of January). Because of all this, we recommend some Outlets, because for sure, you will be able to shop for various items saving a lot! And it was thinking about your budget that we created this Post! Now let’s find out what are the best outlets in Italy for shopping? Read more about it in our section of Blog Shopping in Italy. Here at Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patricia you make the trip of your dreams!!! ALSO: see our “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”
1) What are the best outlets in Italy for shopping? TIPS FOR GOOD SHOPPING
- If you are already going to Italy with the intention of shopping, take a few pieces and buy the ones you need there, just be careful with excess baggage; )
- If possible, try the garments!
- Some items are not worth it. Try to go with a price base in your currency, try to remember if you have seen similar pieces in your country and do research online before buying. Do not act on impulse, as the chance that you will buy something you will never use is huge!
- Buy items that match what you already have in your wardrobe. If you don’t usually wear fancy clothes, don’t take that piece ‘pink wedding cake’ just for the great price: because you won’t wear it!
- Outlet discounts vary between 30 and 75%, the most recent collection available, usually, is from the last season before which we are.
- The best discounts happen in the months of January and July. Discounts, both in outlets and in stores, reach an AMAZING 80%, believe me!
- Read our Posts to shop in Italy, in the cities of: Rome, Florence and Milan.
2) What are the best outlets in Italy for shopping? OUTLETS BY REGION
We separate the Outlets for you by region, just click on each link to see the store, so you can search everything before traveling to Italy;) Arrive prepared to “attack” on purchases wisely.
- Abruzo: Outlet Village (Pescara)
- Campania: La Reggia Designer Outlet (Naples), McAthurGlen (Naples) and Cilento Outlet (Eboli)
- Emilia Romagna: Castel Guelfo The Style Outlet Village (Bologna) and Fidenza Village (Parma);
- Friuli Venezia Giulia: Palmanova;
- Lazio: Castel Romano (Agro Pontino), Valmontone Outlet Village, Sorate (Rome) and McAthurGlen (Rome), Diffusione Tessile (Pomesia);
- Lombardy: Franciacorta (Rodengo Saiano), Mantova Outlet, McAthurGlen (Milan) and Segrat (Lambrate), DMAG (Milan), Corso Como Oulet (Milan), Il Salvagente (Milan), Fox Town Factory Stores (Mendrisio);
- Piedmont: Mondovicino Outlet Village (Mondovì), Vicolungo (Novara), Serravale (Alessandria);
- Puglia: Molfetta (Bari);
- Sardinia: Sardinia Village (Cagliari);
- Tuscany: Barberino (Mugello), The Mall (Florence), McAthurGlen (Florence) and Valdichiana (Foliano della Chiana);
- Veneto: Noventa di Piave (Venice), McAthurGlen (Venice).
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