Novotel Firenze Nord Aeroporto

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Via Tevere 23, Zi Osmannoro, Sesto Fiorentino, Tuscany, 50019, Italy
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What are the jewelry stores that sell pandora bracelet fitting beads in Florence, Italy?

by karynn97

Yes, i know Florence is famous for jewelry stores but are there any in particular that sell venetian glass bracelet beads? not beads to make things with but beads that go on pandora bracelets. not a specific pandora bead, but a bead that would fit? Made in Italy?

Re: What are the jewelry stores that sell pandora bracelet fitting beads in Florence, Italy?

by xelor74

Pandora is a Danish brand, but made in Thailand.

Re: What are the jewelry stores that sell pandora bracelet fitting beads in Florence, Italy?

by tropicrd

You will find most jewellery stores will sell there own brand or type of beads that fit a pandora bracelet--I don't know for sure but I would imagine some of them would be made from Italian venetian glass because these bracelets are very popular around the world.
I suggest stroll around the shopping area of Florence and pop into different Jewellery stores. Good luck.

Re: What are the jewelry stores that sell pandora bracelet fitting beads in Florence, Italy?

by Trekki

If you look at Pandora's website:
http://www.pandora.net/it-it/jewellery
at the menu "negozi" (= shops):
http://www.pandora.net/it-it/stores
type in Firenze. That site is linked to a google map and upon zooming in you will find 5 shops marked, 3 of them in the historic centre.

Gioielli is the word for jewellery and gioielliera for the jewellers shops.

Ingrid :-)

Re: What are the jewelry stores that sell pandora bracelet fitting beads in Florence, Italy?

by al2401

Other brands are Chamillia, Tedora and Silverado. I have tried to find Pnadora style beads in Egypt, Turkey, Morocco, Dubai, China and Hong Kong and their international airports with no luck. You may be lucky in Italy - the glass beads are supposed to come from Murano - Venice.

Re: What are the jewelry stores that sell pandora bracelet fitting beads in Florence, Italy?

by Manara

In Italy we have a brand of jewels that are very similar to the Pandora ones. It is called Brosway, don't be mislead by the English name, Bros is a Italian company from the Marche region. These jewels are very popular and you will find them in many shops. Here is a website where you can have a look at one of their lines http://petit.brosway.com/
However you will find they make beads of silver, steel, even wood, but not of Venetian glass. Venice is full of shops that sell Murano glass things, but you can hardly find any in the rest of Italy.

Travel Tips for Florence

Queues:An expensive waste of time.

by tan1415

Would you like to see the David without any crowds? Would you want to visit the David and uffzi in 3 hours?

We did it. It was one of the magical and surreal sights. Turning right and viewing the David for the first time. The whole place was empty.(The usual stewards were sitting near the walls and pillars out of sight)
It was an amazing sight and experience.

How we did it...very simple. We went there very early. The streets was still empty and everything was still closed. But the accadamia opens at 8.15. We were there at 8.30. Just after the first crowds left and it seems just before the touristgroups arrival. Of course we could also just be lucky.

Seriously accadamia is only about the David.After about 20 minutes you can headout to uffizi.
Again being so early we avoided the crowds and were able to walk straight in.
We took 2 hours wandering the uffizi.
Within 3 hours we had done the must see sights: Ponte Vecchio, Accadamia, Uffizi and Duomo.
For my next visit still have Bargello and few others left.

As a backup...you MUST make reservations. You can do it online at the official museum website or ask your hotel to make reservations for you!! In our time table we have 8,30 the Accadamia and the Uffizi at 10.30. Thats more than enough time to view the david and leisurely walk towards the uffizi. Matter of fact you could easily squeeze in the duoma as you past it on the way to uffizi.
A decent hotel should have this ability. I was to late to make a reservation via the website and dreaded the queues. So i chanced sending an email to the hotel and they got me the reservations straight away.

Don't underestimate that the shops are still close when you are walking here. If you are with females....the time needed to walk the same distances seems to rise up exponentially after the shops open.

Anyway the last thing you want to do is waste your precious holiday time standing in qeues.(These are huge qeues) Reading this posts shows that you are at least on the right way. So Rise early and dont forget to make your reservations...just in case. And maybe you are as lucky as us,,,,seeing the David in an empty accdamia was simply of the greatest sights ever. One of my unforgettable sights....going one on one vs the David. We arrived at the right moment. The first groups of visitors were already leaving. We were just infornt of the touristgroups.
Walked in the accadamia and entered the corridor with micelangelo's prisoners. Faced right...and there i saw the David for the first time. Awesome.
What a visual impact.

The italians truly know how to present one the world's greatest works of art. standing on the pedestal under his own duomo. Very stunning presentation.

The sculpture of Perseus

by KiNyA

Cellini's bronze statue dating from 1554 of Perseus beheading Medusa, the snake-headed monster, was intended ti warn Cosimo I's enemies of their probable fate.

It can be found at Piazza della Signoria, a square with loads of different sculptures.

Ospedale degli Innocenti

by kedi+

Hospital of the Innocents, which I'm really impressed of its architecture, founded in 1421 during the Florentine Republic. This was the first instituion of its kind in Europe.
Through the door in the center of the portico is the entrance to the building, with its beautiful courtyard where, in the lunette over the door, is an Annunciation in terra-cotta..

Upscale Department Store

by TRimer about La Rinascente

If you need to pick up an item (I needed tights) and/or need to kill an hour or 2 in the middle of the day, check out La Rinascente. It is open from 9am to 9pm. This store is basically on par with Bloomingdales (as opposed to La Standa or Coin which are more like KMart).

Train. Firenze is a major...

by joecooper

Train. Firenze is a major train hub and trains leave from here for destinations all over Italy and Europe. Obviously you can drive in but I didn't see any car parks, so you may have to park out in the suburbs and walk in. I'd imagine a coach would be an option too. Firenze has an airport.
Walk, or if you can brave it: scooter! Sorry I don't know where you can rent them. Bicycles are out of the question unless you have a death wish. Walking is by far the best option as the core of Firenze is not too big and you get to see it much better!

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Address: Via Tevere 23, Zi Osmannoro, Sesto Fiorentino, Tuscany, 50019, Italy