Update your look at Barberino Designer Outlet

Update your look at Barberino Designer Outlet

Mon 05 Jul 2021 4:50 PM

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It’s finally time to air those summer items you’ve kept stored away for so long, and undoubtedly do a quick stock take to see what you’re missing for the season ahead. At Barberino Designer Outlet, the sales are on from July 3 to August 31 and will prove the ideal occasion to inject some freshness into your fashion, with further slashes on the already heavily discounted designer brands that are up to 70% off all year round


Open from 10am to 8pm, Monday to Sunday, this outdoor shopping centre is just 30 minutes from Florence. With more than 120 boutiques, free parking, picturesque cafés and an eclectic range of restaurants situated along the Sieve River, Barberino Designer Outlet in the Mugello is as much a day out as it is an opportunity to make the most of the enticing offers. 



There’s nowhere better to find new items to pack your suitcase, for the first time in forever, while breathing in the Tuscan country air as you prepare for the summer holidays. To heighten the glorious feeling of finally travelling again, a brand-new suitcase will set you along your travels in style – Roncato has all the travel accessories you could ever imagine. 


The summer heat has a whole set of requirements to ensure you don’t melt before it hits Ferragosto. Cool shades like off-whites, creams, and greys give you a seasonal chic appearance or go bold and brilliant with some statement florals and ‘60s-inspired lace. Whether your sights are set on a chill holiday by the beach, a romp around a new city or some adrenaline-boosting adventure, vacation clothes can be found here, with brands like Sundek and Havaianas focused on having you feel fabulous. Here you’ll also find other favorites such as Polo Ralph Lauren, Adidas, Michael Kors, and Tommy Hilfiger, to find something for everyone in the family. 



After racking the rails, you’re bound to need a bite to eat, and Barberino excels again with restaurants and cafés that cater to all tastes and appetites. With energy restored, why not take advantage of being immersed in the glorious colours of the Mugello landscape, and set off to explore your surroundings? Well known for its nature, everywhere you look you’ll want to pull out your camera, as Renaissance villas, castles and picturesque villas entice you to nestle into the natural paradise. Just a short distance from the Barberino Designer Outlet, you’ll find Barberino di Mugello, Borgo San Lorenzo, San Piero a Sieve, Scarperia, Firenzuola, Palazzuolo sul Senio, Marradi, Vicchio, and Vaglia, oriented around the Sieve River. History buffs will be enthralled by the Medici family connections to this area, while sportier types will be thrilled by the Mugello Circuit race track that’s only a short distance away.



Now, with all that motivation, the only thing left to decide is when you’re going to visit! Getting there is easy as a shuttle bus is active every Friday, Saturday and Sunday with three departures per day from Florence’s Santa Maria Novella station, or it’s an easy 30-minute drive from Florence. And you can set your mind at rest, as Covid-19 safety measures ensure your focus will be fully on fashion, and the summer fun ahead.

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