Tips and Articles for Florence

Andrea Fazzari

Florence is such an engaging and romantic city, it hardly matters where you lay your head, right?Anyone who thinks that has obviously never spent the... Read More

In Los Angeles, where I live, you can't drive down Sunset Boulevard without seeing signs for star maps—guides to the putative residences of, to name a... Read More

Once, the only thing a restaurant needed to be memorable was good food. Times, it seems, have changed. The latest addition to Fabio Picchi's mini-food... Read More

VIENNA AUSTRIA $236 At the 16th-century Hotel König von Ungarn (10 Schulerstrasse; 43-1/515-840; www.kvu.at; breakfast ... Read More

On the afternoon of July 30, 1944, Major Eric Linklater, the Scottish novelist, was wandering ... Read More

Take the egg at the new Four Seasons Hotel in Florence. The resident chef, Vito Mollica, met the man from whom it came, Paolo Parisi, on the farmer’s... Read More

Travelers are fueling demand for a bespoke approach to sightseeing: private, off-the-map tours led by savvy locals. "Nowadays, the most sought-after... Read More

Sleep in style at two recently opened Italian properties—one in the city, the other in the country. In Rome's artsy Trastevere quarter, furniture and... Read More

Book now to get a seat at one of these four European newcomers—their names will be on everyone's lips in the coming months. ... Read More

Staying in the 18th-century Villa Olmi Resort—surrounded by 14 green acres just 10 minutes from Florence's Duomo—means never having to choose between... Read More

Among Florence's renowned designer boutiques and artisan outposts, the ultimate take-home luxury is a pair of bespoke pajamas from Loretta Caponi.... Read More

What do Paris, Venice, San Francisco, Rome, Florence, Vienna, Barcelona, Buenos Aires, New York, and Sydney have in common?They're made for love. Watch... Read More

Now that iPods are indispensable to travelers, bulky guidebooks are becoming a thing of the ... Read More

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