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  • Maddalena Archipelago National Park

    The park consists of seven mostly uninhabited islands, and is destination No. 1 for Sardinian vacationers. More
  • Madera

    Upcoming Italian housewares designers showcase a variety of modern pieces—like streamlined, blown-glass bottles—in this chic white-and-wood shop. ... More
  • Madova

    The tiny store, overflowing with silk- and cashmere-lined kidskin gloves in jewel colors, keeps the dying art of glove-making alive. Look for drivi... More
  • Magnifique

    Custom-made and ready- to-wear men's shirts and shoes. More
  • Malo

    Made entirely in Italy, Malo is all about cashmere. This high-end brand was created in 1972 in Florence, and the original offices are still located... More
  • Margot Cushing

    A member of the FROSCH team, Margot Cushing has been leading patrons on trips throughout Asia, France, Italy, and Spain for more than 30 years. Fro... More
  • Marianne Braly

    Insider clout: Braly books clients an unadvertised private tour of Río Secreto, one of Mexico’s cenotes (underground rivers), including a hike to s... More
  • Marina e Susanna Sent

    The boutique deals in delciate glassware. More
  • Marinella

    The city's most revered source for ties. More
  • Marjorie Shaw

    Insider Clout:Shaw has dedicated guides on whom she can call in every major city in Italy and across all regions—from chefs and cultural historians... More
  • Market to Table

    One-day market and culinary tours of Florence with Tuscan-food expert Faith Willinger. More
  • Marni

    Founded by Italian designer Consuelo Castiglioni and her husband Gianni in 1994, this avant-garde clothing company now has almost 100 stores in fas... More
  • Marsia Ceramiche

    For contemporary pieces by Salerno-born, London-trained artist Mariella Siano. Don't miss her spherical lamps with light filtering through pinholes... More
  • Marta Stradiotto

  • Martina Novelli

    The best women’s shoe stores in Rome are not the big-name boutiques on Via Condotti, but the mid-range, multilabel shops like this tiny store near ... More
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