Second-hand in Florence

Second-hand and rummage aren’t quite as big in Italy as in many countries but there are options. The biggest shops are out of the center. Churches also often have temporary rummage markets around holidays.

Second-hand shops

Clothing and furniture

Di Tutto di Più — Via dei Vanni, 56/a

Mercatopoli Legnaia — Via Frà Diamante, 12/a

La Mecca dell’Usato — Via Poggio Bracciolini, n. 8/14

Nei Panni degli Altri — Via dei Macci 11

Just clothing

Charity shops for Progetto Arcobaleno — Via Leone 28r and Via Palazzuolo 9/r

Occasional Markets

Le Cascine — every Tuesday and Sunday, an enormous market with everything in the world, new or used

Only Usato — once monthly, currently at Il Conventino

Online options

L’usato di Firenze…

Te lo regalo... — Free things if you pick up

Vintage

Lady Jane B

Melrose Vintage

Rewind

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Where to donate used goods

The municipality of Florence has volunteer networks that take donations. District 1.

Donate to Caritas in yellow bins

St. James thrift shop

H&M clothes recycling program — drop off at store, including damaged clothing

Charity shops for Progetto Arcobaleno — Via Leone 28r and Via Palazzuolo 9/r

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