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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,...
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.
Reporting on cities that have been attracting tourists for hundreds of years is both a privilege and a challenge.
“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.
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.
Once the capital of the Incas, Cusco, with its red terra-cotta rooftops and Spanish colonial architecture, is like an Andean version of Florence.
Hollywould founder Holly Dunlap recommends: “For a terrific lunch try this osteria, which serves delicious carpaccio and yummy olive paste for the bread.”
The stylish wife of Ferragamo’s Chairman of the Board, Massimo, shares her Florence favorites: FAVORITE RESTAURANTS & LOUNGES I like the Lounge at J.K. Place), Enoteca Pinchiorri (Via Ghibellina 87;...
This modern, spacious restaurant and wine bar has dark wooden tables, walls lined with wine bottles and a convivial atmosphere provided by the hip local patrons who flock here. Opened...
Florence local Chiara Ferragamo counts this hangout near Piazza Santo Spirito among her favorites for a drink before or after dinner in Oltrarno. It is not as polished as Colle...
Holly Dunlap founded Hollywould, her successful shoe and clothing company, in 2000 and has since split her time between New York City and Florence, where her design studio is based....
From D.H., Washington, D.C., June 2009. I am just back from a week in Italy with nine-year-old Isabelle, my dear granddaughter. We had a superb time in Florence, Siena and...
I adore this trattoria—the name means “housewife”—in the Santo Spirito neighborhood, south of the river. In a city that seems intent on providing what it thinks tourists want (translation: international...
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