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  • Taking in a Soccer Game: A.S. Roma and S.S. Lazio

    The city of Rome has two teams, Roma and Lazio, that compete in Italy’s series A, and stadium theatrics—the fans’ and the players’—make for some un... More
  • Tartufi Bianconi

    Drizzle truffled honey on slices of young pecorino at this wonderful truffle shop near Città di Castello. More
  • Tartufi Ponzio

    This shoebox-sized shop has an extensive selection of outstanding sauces, vinegars, and oils, many of which are made with the shop's winter stock-i... More
  • Teatro alla Scala

    When it comes to opera, there’s no more respectable venue than “La Scala,” located a block north of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping mall... More
  • Teatro Comunale

  • Teatro del Sale

    Snowy-bearded chef Fabio Picchi announces dishes through his open kitchen window at Teatro del Sale, a restaurant and theater club. At Picchi’s com... More
  • Teatro della Pergola

    Billed as the oldest opera house in Italy, the Teatro della Pergola was built in 1656 as a private theatre for the Grand Dukes of Tuscany. Over the... More
  • Teatro La Fenice

    Book tickets for the recently restored 1836 opera house, where you can listen to Verdi and Puccini's masterpieces in their home country. (If you ca... More
  • Teatro Lirico Giuseppe Verdi

  • Teatro Massimo

    As the country's largest theater, the neo-classical Teatro Massimo has loomed large in the opera, ballet, and classical music scene since opening i... More
  • Teatro Regio

    One of Italy's legendary opera houses; its season runs from January to mid-April. More
  • Tempio Malatestiano

  • Tenuta Dell’Ornellaia

    The Cabernet-dominated Ornellaia has the big name, but the lush, all-Merlot Masseto is the collector’s prize. More
  • Tenuta San Guido

    This pioneering Bolgheri estate makes Tuscany’s most famous wine, the Cabernet-based Sassicaia. More
  • Tenuta Vannulo

    Tenuta Vannulo is to mozzarella di bufala a bit what Screaming Eagle and Harlan Estate are to Cabernet Sauvignon: artisanal, scarce, legendary. At ... More
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