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The floating city’s first luxury shopping centre, Fondaco dei Tedeschi...
Since the Middle Ages, Le Mercerie, which link St. Mark’s Square to the Rialto, have been the main shopping streets and have become synonymous with world-class shopping. It’s a maze of noisy, narrow streets with small workshops and boutiques and, to the west of St. Mark’s, you can find interesting and unusual shops for one-of-a-kind souvenirs.
If you wish to invest in Italian glamorous brands or artistic jewelry, the luxury shopping street Salizada San Moisè is just a short walk from the central St. Mark’s Square. For some truly special textiles and crafts head to San Samuele, an area with a high concentration of craft shops, unique boutiques and galleries. Chiarastella Cattana is the city’s to-go store if you are interested in exquisite Italian fabrics.
Finally, a renowned chic hotspot, Calle Larga XXII Marzo features both Italian and designer boutiques, unusual contemporary jewelry like Pomellato and sleek leather goods.