Tips and Articles for Tuscany

David Cicconi

Authorities at a port in Liguria, Italy, caught an American businessman as he was attempting to smuggle more than 100 ancient Roman artifacts from Miami... Read More

Some of the most incredible cities can be found in Italy—but Rome and Florence aren’t the only two worth seeing. The next time you visit Italy, take a... Read More

Stunning historic Tuscan villas go up for sale from time to time, but this time, an entire medieval village has just hit the Italian real estate market.... Read More

Sometimes wine snobs give a serious eye roll when you bring up Tuscany because everyone loves it. How can it be all that great with Diane Lane movies... Read More

It’s hard to imagine why a traveler in Tuscany would have need to relax—what with the Italian countryside’s rolling landscapes, cobblestone towns, and... Read More

Every year, the picturesque Tuscan town of Siena—generally known for its medieval tower and graphic white-and-black cathedral—turns into an explosive... Read More

The Digs: The Gran Panoramic Vista Mare Suite, Baglioni Hotel Cala del Porto ... Read More

Nothing is better than tasting a good wine in the place where it’s made. You get a whole new level of understanding of the process and poetry—and you’re... Read More

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Surely you’ve played this game: Are you a hotel person, or an inn person? ... Read More

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According to locals, the true heart of the Maremma runs along the Tyrrhenian coast, from Grosseto to Capalbio, and 30 miles inland to Mount Amiata. A... Read More

Venice: On the Campo San Zanipolo, look out for the rounded pediments that adorn the elegant 15th-century façade of Scuola Grande di San Marco, by... Read More

John Phillips was only looking for a villa. That he wound up with a village says something about the scale of his enthusiasms, his impetuous streak, and... Read More

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Rich, pretty Lucca. What shall we do with you? ... Read More

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“When I was growing up, we always traveled to a rambling farmhouse in Tuscany. My dad [John Mortimer] was obsessed with Italy—in fact, he wrote a book... Read More

At the rental-car return in Milan’s Malpensa airport, I take a last pensive sniff of our Fiat Panda. Someone should bottle the scent and call it Aroma... Read More

Imagine yourself sitting on the terrace of the 14th-century Palazzo Capponi delle Rovinate, watching the sleepy crawl of the Arno as you savor a plate... Read More

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