The International Market in Santa Croce, opportunities for shopping
There will be over 120 European banks for the International Market under the thoughtful look of Dante Alighieri in Santa Croce square, from October 2, for the large and dynamic event held in Florence every two years and organized by Confesercenti and ANVA . The exceptional location, Santa Croce square, will host a selection of exibitor from all over Europe, that will be the delight of visitors who will be able to see and buy products and crafts from eighteen European countries. Do not forget the corners and food, fashion and gifts on this occasion will be proposed as treasures of tradition, but especially hard to find.
This year the International Market in Florence will have three “new-entry”, represented by Ireland, Romania and Bulgaria. The event is sponsored by the Tourism Office of Florence, production activities and markets, and by the Department of Innovation and development strategies and is organized with the logistical support of Confesercenti.
The starting line is Thursday, October 2 from 11 am. For the Councilors Silvano Gori and Riccardo Nencini this is a time when “the markets play a vital role for innovation and livability of the city and therefore also for the International Market, it’s a fundamental cultural exchange created between the various participating countries and allows our operators to participate, in turn, to similar events held abroad, thus contributing to the promotion of our products and land. This is important for citizens to take advantage of a market in non-traditional times and are confident that, as has happened in similar initiatives, will be all satisfied. “
The selection of exhibitors comes from Germany, Austria, France, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Holland, England, Sweden, Poland, Hungary, Lithuania, Finland, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic and, for the first time, Ireland, Romania and Bulgaria. This market is the identification of the evolution and development of the European continent by the quality of many local products on sale, and reflects the European Community, which aims to develop beyond its borders.
Do not miss the chance to savor the international flavor of this European week, features cakes and Austrian salami, Belgian chocolate, the selection of French cheeses, all while enjoying with the German beer, while the English and Dutch porcelain will compete to get to your table, along with Sami crafts and colors of Ireland rugby teams shirts.