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  • BKWine

    Swedish wine writer and author Britt Karlsson, a Paris resident since 1990, organizes 20 tours annually to wine regions in France, Spain, Italy, Po... More
  • Blu Mediterraneo Spa

    The first spa from Acqua di Parma is at the seaside Yacht Club Costa Smeralda. Our favorite indulgence: outdoor treatment cabanas overlooking the M... More
  • Bolero

    Gabriella Bolero’s flagship opened in November selling the designer’s signature women’s clothes. More
  • Boncardo

    A 1950’s-vintage bar and beach club; with its concrete floors, high ceilings, industrial lamps, and pull-down glass doors. Beautiful young bartende... More
  • Borghese Museum & Gallery

    The outstanding private collection of the noble Borghese family went public when they lost their fortune in the late 1800’s; today it’s the world’s... More
  • Borrelli

    Justifiably famous (and expensive) men's wear. More
  • Botanical Garden, Lucca

  • Botanical Garden, Rome

    When planning a visit to the winding streets of the Trastevere neighborhood, earmark time to meander these ancient gardens. Locally known as Orto B... More
  • Botanical Gardens

    Originally a medicinal garden designed for the Medici in 1545, the Botanical Gardens of Florence, also called the Giardino dei Semplici (Garden of ... More
  • Brancacci Chapel

    The chapel contains The Expulsion of Adam and Eve, Masaccio's early Renaissance masterpiece. More
  • Branchini Calzoleria

  • Brancolini Grimaldi

    Brancolini Grimaldi Arte Contemporanea, with locations in Rome and Florence, presents a program dedicated exclusively to contemporary photography... More
  • Brioni

    Kofi Annan, Nelson Mandela, and Pierce Brosnan are among the fans of the classic, hand-tailored menswear sold here. The haberdashery has been creat... More
  • Brunello Cucinelli

    Given the unknowableness of what moves a luxury product, Cashmere-giant Cucinelli’s conviction that benevolent ideology motors his company is as go... More
  • Bruno Amadi

    The shop crafts beautiful decorative glass objects—starfish, coral, animals, and dragonflies. More

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