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    A Family Holiday in Rome

    • 5 Hotels
    • 6 Restaurants
    • 10 Activities

    After all, what could be more Christmasy than a crusade to the Pope’s home turf?Your kids will absolutely never be at a loss for something desirable to eat. After they’ve had their fill of pizza, p... More

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    A Village Escape in Vico Equense

    • 1 Hotel
    • 2 Restaurants

    A crenellated castle, pink-washed clifftop church, and pebbled beach make Vico Equense perhaps the most dramatic—though surprisingly undiscovered—village on the Sorrento Coast. More

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    Affordable Amalfi Coast

    • 2 Hotels
    • 4 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    Traveling to the breathtaking southern-shore communities of Positano and Amalfi doesn't have to break the bank. More

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    An Eating and Shopping Escape to Parma, Italy

    • 1 Hotel
    • 1 Restaurant
    • 1 Activity

    Famed for its gastronomy, with local specialties like its namesake Parmesan cheese and prosciutto, Parma and nearby Fidenza also appeal to bargain-hungry fashionistas. At Fidenza Village Outlet Sho... More

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    Cheap Dining in Turin

    • 7 Restaurants
    • 1 Activity

    Though touted as an expensive city, Turin has a wealth of budget-friendly haunts. Drop by these restaurants for an affordable aperitivo hour. More

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    Delicious Piedmont, Italy

    • 6 Hotels
    • 12 Restaurants
    • 6 Activities

    For centuries, the undulating, vine-covered hills of the Langhe, a strip in the southern Piedmont region, existed as a place out of time. Nobody came, almost nobody left. But these days, acclaim fo... More

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    Discovering the Veneto

    • 6 Hotels
    • 7 Restaurants
    • 6 Activities

    Encountering the Veneto's illustrious architecture, Veronese frescoes, delicious local cuisine, and crop of elegant (but not stuffy) hotels. More

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    Driving Tour of Scarpa's Italian Architecture

    • 3 Hotels
    • 4 Restaurants
    • 7 Activities

    Carlo Scarpa was one of the few 20th-century architects to make a mark on Veneto. T+L steers toward his best surviving designs. More

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    Eating Tour Through Genoa

    • 1 Hotel
    • 5 Restaurants

    T+L reels in decadent squid-ink ravioli, hearty roasted branzino, and so much more on the Ligurian coast. More

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    Eating Your Way Through Italy

    • 7 Hotels
    • 19 Restaurants
    • 7 Activities

    Zigzagging from Rome to Piedmont, T+L takes a tasting tour of the country’s artisanal offerings. More

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    Epicurean Roman Neighborhoods

    • 1 Hotel
    • 9 Restaurants
    • 7 Activities

    Esquilino and Testaccio may not be the prettiest neighborhoods in Rome, but here—where artists and butchers mingle with immigrants and intellectuals—everyone eats very, very well. More

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    Escape to Tuscany's New "Borgos"

    • 7 Hotels

    Today, a new generation of hotels has arrived in the region, just in time to keep the experience fresh. One of them is part of the recent borgo phenomenon—the transformation of ancient rural hamlet... More

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    Exploring Italy's Emilia-Romagna

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 8 Activities

    Tours of the last supper, in Milan, are booked months in advance. In Florence, admirers of Michelangelo’s David stand cheek-by-jowl. Rome’s Sistine Chapel beckons at the end of an insufferable line... More

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    Exploring Northern Italy’s Villa Gardens

    • 3 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 7 Activities

    From elaborate landscapes outside Genoa to formal estates along Lake Como and the French border, take a tour through the villa gardens of northern Italy. More

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    Exploring Rome's Historic Neighborhoods of Ponte, Parione, & Regola

    • 1 Hotel
    • 3 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    They boast no Pantheon, no St. Peter’s, but thanks to several centuries’ accretion of buildings both noble and humble, their mazelike streets are rife with happy accidents of space and beauty: All ... More

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