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Caffe Gilliin Florence, Italy

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Founded in the 18th century, this bakery quickly became popular among the bohemian audience because of an excellent cappuccino and a special atmosphere.
Caffe Gilli, Florence
Gilli looks like a place, which was frozen in time with its Venetian chandeliers and sculptures, and its antique clock located here from the last century.

Pastry is famous for its chocolate and desserts, the taste of which is impossible to forget, and for the orchestra playing here every evening.

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#32Taste chocolate in Gilli confectioner's shop in FlorenceTaste chocolate in Gilli confectioner's shopoddviser

While walking around Florence, pop into Gilli confectioner's shop and indulge yourself with the best sweets in the city.

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Location: Via Roma, 1

Open hours

7:30 am -11:59 pm

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