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Florence has come to maintain its rich cultural history amidst the hustle and bustle of modernity. Despite being one of Italy's largest cities, Florence has remained to be a symbol of the Renaissance ...
So much can be said for Rome and the surrounding south of Italy. But those who would sing the praises of its cobbled alleyways, ancient aqueducts, and bustling air of Italian joie-de-vivre, can ...
From picturesque farmhouses to auburn sunsets, Tuscany is one of the most romantic and visually seductive areas of the world. The pomp surrounding this region isn't pomp, but rather well earned ...
For all its famous beaches, Roman ruins, and Medieval villages, Italy
is also quite a mountainous country. The whole northern border of the
country is in The Alps, stretching east into The ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, October 2012
At the top of Monte Forato in the Apuan Alps is a strange hole. On clear
days you can see it from all around the mountainous Garfagnana district
and the Versilia, an area of the Tuscan coast. ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, January 2012
The local government of Siena have always been a progressive bunch. My favorite thing of theirs is the series of Urban Trekking Guided Walks
that they have put online for visitors to Siena. One ...
Written by Viator, May 2011
First settled in the time of the Etruscans (c. 900–400 BC) Siena, located in the Italian region of Tuscany, is renowned for its cuisine, art, museums, winding streets, majestic, medieval buildings ...
Long before Frances Mayes arrived in Tuscany and bought a now-famous farmhouse called Bramasole here, the hillside town of Cortona was already drawing tourists from all over Europe. Now, of course, ...
Eating well in Italy isn’t terribly difficult, but sometimes eating well on a budget isn’t as easy as you might think. In a city like Florence, which is extremely popular with both Italian and ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, May 2012
The historic center of Florence
is compact so it’s easy to move between the main attractions on foot
quite quickly. The railway station is also close in to the center, only
about ten minutes ...
The central part of historic Florence is quite walkable – it’s compact, most major sights are close together, and much of it is flat. Still, if you’re planning any short excursions to neighboring ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, April 2012
is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Its
bridges, palaces, and churches can all inspire the feeling of being
inside a post card. Here are five places where you ...
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