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  • MAS, Rome

    One of Rome’s premier destinations for bargain hunting, MAS (Magazzino allo Statuto) is a five-story shop on the north side of Piazza Vittorio. The... More
  • Maureen “Mo” Smith

    Years as agent: 33. Specialties: Adventure, Spa, Hiking, Culinary. Consulting fee: From $100. More
  • Maurizio Corraini

    This exceptional publisher of design books runs a shop and art gallery. Look for titles by Enzo Mari and Bruno Munari. More
  • Mausoleum of Santa Costanza and Sant'Agnese Fuori le Mura

    One of the more charming examples of Rome’s lesser-known, world-class sights is this monumental complex of a late imperial burial chamber, an early... More
  • Merano Thermal Baths

  • Mercato di Testaccio

    The Mercato di Testaccio is a real deal old-school indoor Roman market where locals come to pick up le spezie (the shopping). The market opens earl... More
  • Metaponto

    Metaponto has sandy, uncrowded beaches and a collection of lidos. An ancient Greek settlement, it was a resting spot for Spartacus and Pythagoras. More
  • Metaverso

  • Metro del Mare

    To avoid one of Italy’s most dangerous, curvy, congested roads along the jagged Amalfi coastline during the summer months, this regularly scheduled... More
  • Milord

    Men's wear for the hipper Neapolitan. More
  • Mingo

    The unpretentious boutique sells moccasins, ballet slippers, and bejeweled sandals crafted by Tuscan artisans from original thirties, forties, and ... More
  • Miraggio Club

    Located 30 miles outside downtown, the Miraggio Club, or Club Mirage, is a beachside escape for families to enjoy outdoor activities like swimming ... More
  • Monastero delle Trappiste

    A remote convent with a cloistered garden, where 75 Trappist nuns make natural wines under the guidance of Giampiero Bea. Sample the Coenobium Rust... More
  • Muranero

    Senegal-born Moulaye Niang is the city’s first African glassmaker. His store sells contemporary jewelry that uses bright colors from his homeland. ... More
  • Museo Archeologico di Pithecusae

    The museum houses ancient artifacts, including the Coppa di Nestore (mentioned in Homer's Iliad), from the ancient Greek settlement of Pithecusae. More
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