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    Mobili Arte Povera 
      Florence rustic furniture, rustic furniture sales and restoration, Provencal style furniture. Via Primo Maggio, 16 Fiesole – mobile: 3934265353

    Falegnameria Scala srl  The Falegnameria Scala based his experience on nearly a century of love for the craft. In 1957 the family Scala moved to Fiesole, where the F.lli Scala s.n.c. was born, which specializes in making wooden window frames. As the business grows, it adapts to the market demands and supports the production of window frames also that of tailor-made furniture. Via Faentina 158, Fiesole – Tel. 055541013

    MISTERY AND BREATH-TAKING VIEWS
    Between Spring and Autumn you can walk through the woods, among pine trees and cypresses, through olive groves and hamlets, skirting castles, famous villas, the tabernacles of wayside shrines and the pietra serena quarries. Some of the paths have beautiful views of Florence. You can also visit mysterious Etruscan Fonte Sotterra or walk up to the hill from which, in 1506, Leonardo da Vinci did  his experiment with a flying machine.

    SUPERMARKETS
    There is a COOP supermarket open from Monday to Saturday from 9- 13 in the morning and from 16 - 20 in the afternoon, while it’s closed on Sunday. This COOP is in Via Gramsci 18 in Fiesole.

    MARKETS
    There is a market every Saturday morning until 13.30 in Via Portigiani, near the principal square, Piazza Mino. There’s also a lovely Antiques Market every first Sunday of each month from 8  in the morning until 19 (except July and August) in Piazza Mino da Fiesole.

    CHEMIST’S
    There are at least two chemist’s in Fiesole city center that may be not be open on Sundays and holidays. These are:
    Farmacia Perna   Piazza Mino 15,  Fiesole
    Farmacia San Bernardino  Via Colzi 8/b,  Fiesole

    GOURMET EATING AND TASTING
    As well as various well-known restaurants that offer a typical Tuscan cuisine, Fiesole has several farm complexes where you can taste their products and visit their cellars and olive presses. The oil is famous and so is the wine, which has won several international prizes, not to mention saffron, a fashionable spice, and honey. If you dine in one of the restaurants in the hills of Fiesole you may well have the added enjoyment of a view of Florence, and an overall feeling of well being, especially in Summer.

    BAR-FOOD-WINE

    Alcedo Pasticceria Bar
    Via Gramsci 29, Fiesole  Artisan Pastry shop 
    Closed on Monday 
    Open Thurs-Sat 7-20  Sun 7 - 13

    Bar Città di Fiesole
    Via Gramsci 34, Fiesole  Internet point, tobacconist’s, articles for smokers 
    Open Mon-Sat 7 -19.30
    Closed Sunday

    Blu Bar
    Piazza Mino 39, Fiesole Panoramic hall and terrace
    Open every day 11-24

    Caffè Déja vu
    Piazza Mino 11, Fiesole
    Open every day from 7.30 - 24

    Caffè al N° 5
    Piazza Mino 5, Fiesole Bistrot and American Bar
    Closed on Wednesday
    Open from 10.30-22.30

    Caffè Teatro Romano
    Via Portigiani 1, Fiesole  Within the archeological site
    Open every day from 9 to 20
    Opens from 20 for Estate Fiesolana performances.
    Closed on Tuesday

    Gelateria di Maiano
    Via Cave di Maiano 3/a, Fiesole   Ice-creamery and lounge bar Monday-Friday 17 -2
    Saturday and Sunday 13-2

    Snooty Fox
    Via Fra’ Beato Angelico 1, San Domenico-Fiesole  Cafè, pub, Tearoom, Milkshakes and Big screen
    Open every day from 17.30 to 1
    Testamatta Piazza Mino 6, Fiesole  Wine bar open seasonal

    Di Vino Paci
    Piazza Garibaldi 19, Fiesole   Wine bar 
    Open every day from 9 to 13 in the morning and from 15.30 until 19.30 in the afternoon.

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