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  • Giuliana Longo

    Milliner Giuliana Longo has been creating her signature hats in her workshop since 1968. Pick up a brightly colored beret made of rabbit fur and fe... More
  • Great Synagogue

    The unification of Italy and fall of the Vatican political state reinstated the civil rights of the Jewish people of Rome, and they celebrated with... More
  • Gruppo Guide Alpine Etna Sud

    Etna, the tallest active volcano in Europe, still belches up ash and lava. Gruppo Guide Alpine Etna Sud covers the easier-to-access southern slope ... More
  • Hanbury Botanical Gardens

    The 49-acre gardens just three miles west of Ventimiglia on the French- Italian border was built by Thomas Hanbury, a wealthy Englishman who made h... More
  • Hibiscus, Venice

    You’ll find boho-chic styles such as flared knee-length silk skirts in rouge and rust, and kimono jackets in red and fuchsia. More
  • Hobbyflora Flower Shop

    This outpost of the popular Roman florist is a perfect place to pick up a bouquet or bonsai plant for your host (or jet-lagged arriving friend). Op... More
  • Hombre

    An organic Parmigiano-Reggiano dairy (a tour finishes with a sampling of cheeses). More
  • Home Food Italy

    The Scene: Home-cooked meals in Italy are a holy grail for any food-obsessed traveler, and thanks to Egeria Di Nallo, a sociology professor from Bo... More
  • I Piaceri del Gusto

    This wine store's deep selection of books (in many languages) on Piedmontese wine and food complements a cellar of excellent, hard-to-find bottles. More
  • Il Bacco

    This charming enoteca is presided over by a bookish couple and their cat, that offers all the best labels of Barolo and the better vintages. More
  • Il Bar Perla

    Make yourself at home at this lively bar where the spirited barkeeps Paola and Lori bring out glasses of Prosecco. More
  • Il Colonnino

    Choose from over 450 wines and from a seemingly endless selection of whiskies to taste at the restored Renaissance building. The wine bar takes its... More
  • Il Fauno

    Sorrentinos and tourists rub shoulders at the blue-and-green Bisazza-tiled bar on the main piazza. Join them for aperitifs (sparkling white wine; f... More
  • Il Gelato di San Crispino, Leonardo da Vinci Airport

    San Crispino gelato—considered by many locals to be the best in Rome—is made and served under exacting conditions. The company uses only all-natura... More
  • Il Nuovo Trionfo

    This double-masted 1926 sailing vessel, is available for small groups. More

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