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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,...
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Nearby Hotels: Il Salviatino, Relais La Suvera, Castello del Nero, Borgo Finocchieto, Castel Monastero, Borgo Santo Pietro DAY 1 – Fiesole, Medici Villa, Vinci & Shopping MORNING Begin your tour...
Indagare travel expert Barkley Hickox traveled to Italy with her boyfriend in summer 2010. They kicked off the trip in Florence, then continued to Siena and the Tuscan countryside. Here...
Indagare member A.E. traveled to Italy with her boyfriend in August 2011 In Florence we stayed at the new St. Regis. It has a great location right on the Arno...
Nearby Hotels: Relais Sant’Elena, Borgo Santo Pietro, Castello di Vicarello, Il Pellicano DAY 1 – San Gimignano & Volterra MORNING This itinerary kicks off in San Gimignano, a little less...
If vine-covered pergolas, meandering pathways and Victorian iron furniture with cream umbrellas are your vision of paradise, then the two-year-old spa-retreat Borgo Santo Pietro is a must visit. Overlooking the...
Nearby Hotels: Locanda dell’Amorosa, Borgo Finocchieto, Castello Banfi Il Borgo, Il Falconière, Palazzo Terranova, Villa Mangiacane DAY 1— Murlo, Montalcino, Sant’Angelo in Colle MORNING Set off to Murlo, a tiny...
Relais La Suvera is a fairy-tale come true, complete with a towering 12th-century fortress, classic Italian gardens and a colossal aviary with a fountain playing inside. Owned by the Marchese...
Indagare travel expert Barkley Hickox traveled to Italy with her boyfriend in summer 2010. They kicked off the trip in Florence and Siena (read about this portion of their itinerary),...
Getting tickets to see Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper —in a refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie, a Dominican church—is almost as difficult as scheduling an audience with the...
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