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Best things to do in Leccio

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Shopping Mall
“ If you love the most famous fashion brands in the world. The Mall offers incredible shopping at great prices”
144 locals recommend
Women's Store
“The biggest Outlet of Tuscany, here you can find all the luxury design brands. you can find clothes or accessories with 70% less that in the centre of Florence. if you want more info about how to arrive there, feel free to ask me. ”
18 locals recommend
Establishment
“Magical place! Less than 40 kilometres south of Central Florence, located in Leccio in the municipality of Reggello, lies the unique castle of Sammezzano. Surrounded by an oak tree grove and situated on the top of a hill, the abandoned Sammezzano Castle is an extravagant residence beyond comparison. ”
14 locals recommend
Establishment
“Best leathers and famous brands at half the price you buy them in a single shop.”
6 locals recommend
Lodging
“tutte le migliori marche ...outlet gucci dolce gabbana armani ottimo per passare una giornata di shopping ( alto livello)”
4 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“The famous shopping center where you can find the most important brands of international fashion”
10 locals recommend
Castle
“Beautiful hidden castle in the middle of the largest sequoia park of Italy!”
1 local recommends
Boutique
1 local recommends
Women's Store
Route
“Visit the Castle of Sammezzano and its century old park. The castle can rarely be visited inside but once in a while private tours for small groups are allowed.”
2 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Bit of a drive, yes, but this is an American style outlet mall. Designer brands (Gucci, Burberry, etc). Funny to stumble on in the middle of Tuscany.”
2 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
Clothing Store
1 local recommends
Castle
“The Castle of Sammezzano sets in its own magnificent park with a famous collection of ornamental trees , constructed on older foundations in the 19th century (ottocento) in Hispano-Moresque style”
1 local recommends
Clothing Store