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ARTICLES

Eat Like a Local in Italy

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

European Port Cities: Insider Guides

When locals are the guide, T+L learns that there’s more than meets the eye in these European port cities.

America's Strangest Roadside Attractions

These odd diversions make for family fun on your all-American summer road trip.

Tuscany’s Cities and Provinces

A north-to-south look at Tuscany’s cities and provinces.

Abu Dhabi’s Hot New Luxury Hotels

Abu Dhabi is fast developing into the hottest destination in the Middle East, with jaw-dropping hotels emerging from the sands seemingly overnight.

Tuscan Stakeout

On a road trip through the small towns and graceful hills around Florence, M. G. Lord explores the roots of celebrity culture in Renaissance house...

World's Strangest Theme Parks

From Orlando to Beijing, weird amusement parks attract the curious—and the crazy.

Driving Italy's Ligurian Coast

Only Italians seem to have discovered the colorful villages and tranquil beaches of Liguria’s Riviera di Ponente. T+L hits the Via Aurelia for a languorous...

25 Secret European Villages

Medieval churches, cobblestoned streets, and endless olive groves: head to these small European towns to discover a country’s soul.

Update: Tower of Pisa, Museum of Ancient Sex

TOWER OF PISA FINDS ITS FOOTING Officials Plan a Dubious Debut Pisa's landmark campanile is finally on solid ground. On June 17, a preview and...
HOTELS

Villa Pisana

Agency: The Best In ItalyCountess Simonetta Brandolini d'Adda often stays in one of her company's 80 villas—mostly around Tuscany and Lake Como—when on vacation. Her well-connected owner... more ›


RESTAURANTS

de Bondt Cioccolato e Affini

At de Bondt chocolate shop by the Arno, Paul de Bondt, congenial, long-haired, and Dutch, was one of the original leaders of Tuscany’s cioccolate artigianale movement, blending exotic fine cacao... more ›


ACTIVITIES

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 name from an Etruscan column that was discovered... more ›


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