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    In a very central location, only 4 km from Piazza dei Miracoli, well-stocked and even has a laundy service inside.
    Opening times: Monday-Saturday: 8.00-20.00
    Address: via P. Pardi, 4, PISA

    This is a big supermarket with a large parking area, it's slightly more expensive than the coop but sometimes has a better choice of products.
    Opening times: Monday-Saturday: 7.30-20.30, Sanday: 9-19.30
    Address: Via De' Ruggiero

    Small grocery shops
    There are many little corner grocery shops to choose from in Pisa.

    La Bottega del parco
    This little grocery shop is a must after a walk in the San Rossore park. It offers great sandwiches and platters with hams and cheeses which are fantastic to eat at the tables available outside. There is also a lovely range of goodies to take away for a quieter dinner in your villa.
    Opening times: Monday-Sunday: 9.00-20.00
    Address: Via delle Cascine Vecchie, 11, Pisa

    Enoteca with restaurant
    Il Colonnino

    Lovely rustic decor and a calm, welcoming atmosphere. The local pasta dishes are rich and tasty. Portion sizes are reasonable. Highly recommended, it's rare to find such a gem in a touristy town.
    Closed on Wednesdays
    Address: Via S. Andrea 37/41, Pisa

    Café/Pastry shop

    If you like cake and chocolate this is the place you want to stop in while visiting Pisa. Not to be missed is the Almond-Fig and Sicilian pistacchio ice-cream.
    Address: Borgo Stretto 46, Pisa

    Millibar Wine and Cocktail Bar

    sublime atmosphere and good prices. There are excellent cocktails. Great place to have a pre-dinner drink with a plenty of snacks!
    Address: Via Palestro, 39

    La Borsa

    La Borsa is a bar and gelateria (ice-cream parlour) in a very central position near the San Rossore park. It is an ideal place for a quick lunch.
    Address: Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, 1

    Macelleria Riccardo

    High quality meat, sausages from Pisa and local hams. The place is run with a great passion, keeping the old traditions alive within a modern environment.
    Address: Via Tosco-Romagnola, Pisa

    Panificio Fratelli Borelli
    This bakery means: kindness, friendliness, quality and experience. These brothers have been running this bakery with dedication for years. Their bread, pizza and focaccia are served in many bars and restaurants in Pisa.
    Address: Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 81, Pisa

    There are many banks and ATMs in Pisa. These are a few:

    Banca Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena
    Opening times: 8:15-13:15 and 14.15-15.45 Monday to Friday
    Address: via Filippo Corridoni, 124, Pisa

    Deutsche Bank
    Opening times: 8.20-13.20 and 14.45-15.45 Monday to Friday
    Address: Viale Francesco Bonaini, 115, Pisa

    Banca CR Firenze
    Opening times: 8.10-20.00 Monday to Friday and 9.00-13.00 on Saturday
    Address: Corso Italia, 131, Pisa

    There are many pharmacies around Pisa. Here are three:

    Farmacia Bottari
    Opening times: Monday to Saturday 9.00-20.00
    Address: Borgo Stretto,31

    Farmacia Comunale
    Opening times: 24 hrs
    Address: Via Niccolini, 6 (near the Santa Chiara hospital)

    Farmacia Petri
    Opening times: Monday-Friday 8.30-13.30 and 15.30-19.30, Saturday 9.00-13.00
    Address: Corso Italia, 1

    Other shops

    Sandwich bar
    Il Crudo, panineria

    Good selection of sandwiches, cured meats and cheeses. Fresh food with plenty of choice and friendly staff. There is indoor and outdoor seating. Excellent value for money as well!
    Address: Piazza Cairoli 7

    Fresh handmade cosmetics
    Opening times: Monday-Friday 9.30-20.00, Saturday 10-20.30, Sunday 10-20.00
    Address: Corso Italia, 3

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