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Things to do in Italy

  • Cartiera Amatruda

    The Amatruda family has been sifting pulp in Amalfi since at least 1483, and theirs is one of the few remaining outfits in town still hand-making t... More
  • Cartoleria San Frediano Fotocopie

    A fantastic art-supply store that carries thick drawing paper, paintbrushes, and oils. More
  • Casa del Formaggio

    Parma has an embarrassment of remarkable shops selling salumi, Parmesan, and prepared foods. You’ll never see a tourist in this one. More
  • Case Vecchie di Regaleali

    Fabrizia Lanza teaches at a 19th-century country house with four rustic rooms. You'll learn to make a sweet cassata, a traditional sponge-cake dess... More
  • Castel dell'Ovo

    The city's imposing landmark on the Santa Lucia waterfront. More
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    Castel Sant'Angelo

    The Site: In the year 590, as he prayed for Rome's deliverance from a plague, St. Gregory the Great had a encouraging vision of an angel sheathing ... More
  • Castello Brown

    Follow the pathway up the Salita di San Giorgio, past the yellow Church of San Giorgio, to the 16th-century castle, named after a British consul in... More
  • Castello di Poppiano

  • Castello di Rivoli

    There is the museum in Castello di Rivoli, about 45 minutes outside the city, where modern pieces such as Charles Ray's Revolution Counter-Revoluti... More
  • Castelvecchio Museum

    Architect Scarpa’s Museo di Castelvecchio is easy to find—it’s in a hulking 14th-century fortress along the Adige River. From 1958 to 1964 Scarpa r... More
  • Castelvetrano

    Cooking classes are offered at the private estate of Gabriella Becchina, where the robust olio verde is produced. More
  • Caterina Tognon

    Serious collectors come for paintings and sculptures by top contemporary inter- national artists such as Toots Zynsky and Silvia Levenson. More
  • Cavalli e Nastri

    A treasure trove for vintage Gucci bags and other Italian designer goods, in the trendy Porta Ticinese district. More
  • Ceramica Artistica Solimene Vincenzo

    The hand-painted floor tiles and ceramic plates decorating the hotels and restaurants along the coast come from the famous workshops of Vietri sul ... More
  • Ceramica Casola

    This spot never disappoints: the cheerfully decorated ceramics factory and garden are adorned with urns, plates, and tiles with fruits and flowers. More

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