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    Various shops can be found in Borgo San Lorenzo, both in its old town centre where you will find more traditional shops such as ‘Pasticceria Aurelio’ a traditional bakery that provides a variety of scrumptious local cakes and pastries, and in other areas throughout town. Most shops are open from 9am –1pm and 3.30pm – 8pm except Monday where they are only open in the afternoon between 4pm and 8pm.

    Supermarkets
    There are different supermarkets in Borgo San Lorenzo, one of the main ones being the COOP situated in Piazza Martin Luther King.

    Market
    There is a local market in Borgo San Lorenzo every Tuesday morning, together with a specialised shoe market in Viale della Resistenza on Friday morning.

    Chemists
    You will find a couple of chemists in Borgo San Lorenzo one in Piazza Gramsci and another in Via Div. Part. Garibaldi, 1.

    Banks
    There are various banks in Borgo San Lorenzo with cash dispensers that accept credit cards

    Tourist Information Office
    The Tourist Information Office in Borgo San Lorenzo is found in Via in Villa Pecori Giraldi Piazzale Lavacchini - Borgo San Lorenzo.
    Click here for further info www.mugellotoscana.it

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