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Turin's Olympic Moment

As host of the Olympic Games next month, Italy's reserved northern metropolis is finally opening up. John Seabrook explores a newly vibrant city ready to...

Italy's Ancient Stone Villages

In the remote valleys of Valtellina and Valchiavenna, near Lake Como, Valerie Waterhouse succumbs to the allure of the region's ancient stone villages and vineyard-covered...

T+L Reports: Corso of Cool

Edgy streetwear and designer brands are giving Milan's Corso di Porta Ticinese—the strip near the Roman columns of San Lorenzo renowned for its custom shoes,...

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...

Joe Lee's Legacy

Overlooked for decades, the straightforward courses he and Dick Wilson designed are once again being given their due.

Tuscany's Top 40: The Ultimate Shoppers' Guide

T+L finds the best stops for everything from ceramics and silks to gloves and glassware in Italy's most stylish shopping region

Eden of the Algarve

God probably didn't want Adam playing golf in Paradise—which may explain why He replicated its warm sun, exotic birds and flowering trees in Portugal.

The Ferragamos' Florence

The city's first family of fashion lead the way to their favorite hotels, restaurants, shops, sights—and the best white-truffle panini in town

10 Quick Winter Getaways

Where to Go for Sun + Snow

Italy's Slow Cities

Twenty-three small towns have vowed to protect their way of life against a fast-lane, homogenized world: Local foods instead of global brands. Less traffic, less...
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