The list below is done alphabetically based on the comune each store is located in. Now, if you remember, in France, the country is divided into Regions, Departments, and Communes. In Italy, it is divided into Regions, Provinces, and Comuni (the plural form of comune).
Store number 1 is on Via Rizzoli in Bologna. The comune of Bologna is the capital and largest city of Emilia-Romagna Region and of the Metropolitan City of Bologna (a special type of province). In terms of total GDP, Metropolitan City of Bologna is the third in the country, behind Metropolitan City of Milan and the Autonomous Province of Bolzano. Ducati is headquartered in Bologna.
Store number 2 is at I Gigli in Campi Bisenzio. Campi Bisenzio is a comune in the Metropolitan City of Florence in the Italian region Tuscany, located about 10 km northwest of Florence (the city/commune).
Store number 3 is at Carosello in Carugate. Carugate is a comune in the Metropolitan City of Milan in Lombardy Region. This comune is about 15 km northeast of Milan (commune).
Store number 4 is in Firenze. Firenze is the Italian name of Florence (comune). This comune is the capital city and the most populated city of the Tuscany Region. The Apple Store in this city is at Piazza della Repubblica, i.e. a city square.
Store number 5 is at Le Gru in Grugliasco. It is a comune in the Metropolitan City of Turin in the Piedmont Region. It is about 9 km west of Turin.
Store number 6 is at il Leone in Lonato. This comune, since July 2007, has changed its name to Lonato del Garda. It is located in Brescia Province in Lombardy Region. Lonato del Garda is located halfway between Milan and Venice. Garda is taken from Lake Garda, the biggest lake in Italy.
Store number 7 is at Campania in Marcianise. Marcianise is a comune in Caserta Province in Campania Region.
Store number 8 is at Nave de Vero in Mestre. Mestre is a borough of Venice (commune) in the Metropolitan City of Venice in Veneto Region. Venice itself is the capital city of Veneto Region.
Store number 9 is at Piazza Liberty in Milan. This city / comune is the capital of Metropolitan City of Milan and Lombardy Region and the second-most populous city in Italy after Rome. Many companies are headquartered here including, Pirelli, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, and Versace.
Store number 10 is at Centro Sicilia in Misterbianco. This comune is in the Metropolitan City of Catania in Sicily Region. It is located about 160 km southeast of Palermo and about 6 km west of Catania.
Store number 11 is at Oriocenter in Orio al Serio. Orio al Serio is a comune in the Province of Bergamo in Lombardy Region. It is about 45 km northeast of Milan and about 1 km southeast of Bergamo (the comune).
Store number 12 is at Le Befane in Rimini. This comune is the capital city of Rimini Province in Emilia-Romagna Region. Located by the sea, Rimini (comune) has more than 1000 hotels.
There are three Apple Stores in Rome (comune). Rome is the capital city of Metropolitan City of Rome (the most populous metropolitan city in Italy), of Lazio Region, and of Italy. It is the country’s most populated comune, moreover there is another country inside Rome, Vatican City.
Rome itself is divided into 15 municipi or, you can say districts, numbered from I to XV – 1 to 15 in Roman numerals. Municipio is the singular form of municipi.
Store number 13 is at Porta di Roma in Roma Bufalotta. Bufalotta is an urban zone in Municipio III in northern Rome.
Store number 14 is at Euroma2 in Roma EUR. EUR is an urban zone in Municipio IX in southern Rome. EUR is where Confindustria, some ministries, and Poste Italiano are headquartered.
Store number 15 is at RomaEst in Roma Lunghezza. Lunghezza is an urban zone in Municipio VI in eastern Rome.
Store number 16 is at Fiordaliso in Rozzano. It is a comune in the Metropolitan City of Milan in Lombardy Region. It is located about 9 km south of Milan (comune).
Store number 17 is on Via Roma in Torino. Torino or Turin is the capital of Piedmont Region and of the Metropolitan City of Turin. Via Roma is one of the main shopping streets of Turin.