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“Rome is a city that’s growing,” declared its last mayor, “and doesn’t fear what is new”—even if most visitors come to see its ancient treasures.
Italy's most fabled region abounds with stunning countryside, vineyards and old-world European towns.
Star couturiers and luxury boutiques have transformed Milan into Italy’s most chic, modern metropolis, one brimming with attitude.
Italy's third-biggest lake is the center of a region that's both natural and civilized, decadent and low-key, enormous and intimate.
Firenze, famously dubbed the “city of stone" by writer Mary McCarthy, regards itself as a living museum. And considering it has counted among its residents the likes of Michelangelo, Raphael,...
Reporting on cities that have been attracting tourists for hundreds of years is both a privilege and a challenge.
Despite its jet set status, Capri is also an ethereal, soulful island, especially its stunning, fragrant landscapes.
Writer D. H. Lawrence once described Sardinia as “lost between Europe and Africa and belonging to nowhere.”
The Amalfi Coast is a place where land, sea and sky strike a note of such otherworldly perfection that the region is best approached by boat in order to take...
A hiker's paradise, the Italian Dolomites offers glorious landscapes and charming, authentic hotels and restaurants.
The largest island in the Mediterranean has incredible historic sites, passionate locals and a food scene to impress any gourmet.
Not far from the Piazza Navona, this is one of the first Roman Renaissance churches. While its exterior is simple—architect Giacomo di Pietrasanta built the façade with marble taken from...
Says Indagare insider Alberto Moncada, the owner of boutique hotel Margutta 54, of this famous Roan cafe: “Sant Eustachio has the best cappuccinos in Rome and is located just off...
DAY 1 — MORNING: Begin your first day at the Pantheon, constructed roughly 2,000 years ago by Emperor Marcus Agrippa and still today one of the most remarkable structures in...
Fabio Salini infuses his jeweled creations—and, by extension, the lives of his devoted patrons—with great beauty. Originally from Rome, Fabio has trained with and worked for some the world’s best...
The brain child of the sous chef of acclaimed restaurant La Pergola, Caffè Bernini is bringing some inspiration to the bland food offerings around Piazza Navona. Open for breakfast, lunch...
Just a stone’s throw from the Piazza Navona is Lo Zozzone, a down and dirty pizza joint that serves some of the best pizza bianca (high rise pizza bread) in...
Tucked in a back of a cozy courtyard, a short stroll—but seemingly miles away—form bustling Piazza Navona, this lovely gelateria is famous for its many original, artisanal flavors, including some...
A tucked-away jewel near busy Piazza Navona, Casa e Bottega is a wonderful lunch or coffee spot (it’s the more casual and smaller sister of restaurant Casa e Bottega nearby)....
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