Outlet malls are usually having large parking areas and they open for a long time. As big and as well-organized as small villages, outlets give visitors all the comfort they want thanks to the equipment and services people can find there including bars, restaurants, ice-cream parlors, special areas for children and also travel agencies, in case someone wants to arrange a holiday while shopping. Here are some of the most famous outlet stores in Italy:
- Alessi outlet. The brand is known throughout the world for their innovative and functional kitchenware and the Alessi outlet can be found in Piedmont region of Italy.
- Lagostina Outlet. Famous for making high quality and aesthetically attractive cookware, Lagostina has caught on like wildfire in the culinary world. Make sure to visit this outlet for discounts on fabulous stainless steel items like cookware, pressure cookers, and tableware.
- The Frette outlet. Is where you can find wonderful linens at highly discounted prices. Another fine linen outlet can be found in Florence, called Tessilarte. They produce luxurious bed linens, tablecloths, duvets, and much more.
- Ginori Botteguccia outlet. Ginori china is known worldwide, and you can get factory seconds and discontinued pieces at the Richard Ginori Botteguccia outlet in just outside of Florence. They also carry glassware, crystal, and silverware. The shop is across from the Richard Ginori Museum.
- Sambonet Factory Outlet. For silverware it’s hard to beat the Sambonet Factory Outlet located in Piedmont. Here you’ll find great discounts on silverware, pots and pans, and other silver-plated items from the Sambonet and Krupp collections. Leather goods are very popular in Italy and have been crafted here for centuries. Some of the finest haute couture design houses started out as manufacturers of custom leather goods.