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The Secret Bakery!

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Address: Alley off Via de' Neri, Florence, Italy

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A must do while in Firenze!

There is nothing more exciting than arriving to a frosted glass door at 1:00 am to give a strange man money while whispering what type of delicacies you'd like to enjoy. They... read more

Reviewed 27 October 2016
Jacqueline I
Sacramento, California
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Reviewed 27 October 2016

There is nothing more exciting than arriving to a frosted glass door at 1:00 am to give a strange man money while whispering what type of delicacies you'd like to enjoy. They close the door and return within a few minutes with your goods. I first discovered the place while studying in Florence in 2012 and I have traveled back... More 

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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 31 May 2012

Me and my friend visited last night and as everyone does we knocked on the door and waited. A man from the bakery answered and told us to come inside so we could get the pastries. After getting our pastries the men started being really creepy and began to grope us. It was disgusting and we left right away. Girls... More 

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Brisbane, Australia
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Reviewed 17 July 2011

Go to Via del Canto Rivolto 50122‎ Florence‎ Tuscany Italy It is at the end of the dark alley and well worth searching for. There is lots of nightclubs charging around here on the weekends. Go at night, this is a wholesaler who stocks the cafes and restaurants with thier pastries and cakes They were there at midnight on a... More 

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Reviewed 7 August 2009

My husband and I heard about this place and could not for the life of us find it! Two nights later, we stumbled upon several local teens with huge pastries (ok, we sniffed them out). When we asked where they got them, we were told to whisper, as we were near the secret bakery. We followed the directions to a... More 

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