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From private tours of the Sistine Chapel to sailing the Amalfi Coast, a luxury concierge service crafts exclusive experiences.
Whether it’s your first or fifth trip to Italy, a little local knowledge can go a long way toward making your Italian holiday into the trip of a lifetime. Access Italy, a full-service agency founded in 2008 by travel industry veteran Angelo Amorico and his ...
 
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It will be the first Italian city to do so.
Seven years after the city began taxing overnight guests, Venice will now charge day-trippers as well.The city's mayor, Luigi Brugnaro, said that the fee would "protect those who live, study and work in our territory," according to the Independent. "It will help us to better ...
 
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Outsiders rarely get a look inside the 13th century Palazzo Spini Feroni, owned by the Ferragamo family—until now.
Florence in the spring is already a cacophonous babel of tourists, guides, and souvenir hawkers clogging narrow streets, crowding ancient piazzas. But there’s a spot overlooking the Arno that’s a sanctuary from the frenzy, at least for the select few who are ...
 
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Gwyneth and her new husband took your dream honeymoon to Italy, France, and the U.K.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk celebrated their secret wedding with the honeymoon adventure of our dreams. The couple, who married on September 29 in the Hamptons, embarked on a whirlwind trip that brought them to Italy, France, and the United Kingdom. And, like most ...
 
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The newly opened roastery is located in a historic former post office in Palazzo delle Poste.
Many gathered to celebrate the Starbucks Reserve Roastery that just opened in Milan. Attendees crowded at the newly opened roastery at Palazzo della Poste at Piazza Cordusio to partake in a live concert with performers from world-renowned Milanese opera house La Scala.The event was supposed ...
 
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An interactive exhibit at the Triennale di Milano by the South Korean artist Haegue Yang invites visitors to step inside a labyrinth of colorful venetian blinds.
In Italy, arts patronage is baked into the national fabric, a patrimony handed down from the Medicis and the Borgias. Today, their role has been taken up by a handful of prominent dynasties in fashion, collectors, and benefactors who’ve thrown their financial muscle ...
 
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Meet Italy's titans of taste.
In the 40 years since she founded the gallery Nilufar (Farsi for lotus), Tehran-born Nina Yashar has become Milan’s doyenne of design, beloved for her taste, her eclectic fashion, and her shrewdness in curating contemporary designers alongside midcentury masters. When T&C recently paid her a ...
 
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The determined chef is on a quest to make American delicacies that will impress even the snobbiest Italian connoisseur.
You’ve probably never heard of him, but in the world of restaurants, few chefs are more beloved than Cesare Casella, a bighearted Tuscan who strolls through life with a smile on his face and a sprig of rosemary in his pocket. “Cesare ...
 
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Because food alone is worth the trek.
Forget white tablecloths and tasting menus. Many people and places around the globe are taking the idea of food worth the trip way beyond fine dining. The trick is to match your culinary interests to where you want to go—and to find ...
 
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Welcome to Solomeo, the "hamlet of the spirit."
In the unlikely setting of a medieval hamlet in Italy, fashion and philosophy are flourishing. Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli has been restoring the small town of Solomeo, where his eponymous company is located, for the past 30 years. Cucinelli has taken the process to ...
 
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Chiara Ferragni worked with designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Miuccia Prada on four custom looks. The couple's custom wedding bands were by Pomellato.
The best of summer wedding season, it seems, was saved for last. The Blonde Salad founder, designer, and fashion it-girl Chiara Ferragnimarried longtime boyfriend, Italian megastar rapper Fedez, in what is probably 2018's most epic wedding.The setting? Dimora delle Balze, a 19th century palazzo ...
 
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Recreate that iconic balcony exchange at Juliet's House.
“Two households, both alike in dignity,In fair Verona, where we lay our scene…”These two iconic lines open what continues to be William Shakespeare’s most recognized work. While more a tale of tragedy than romance, Romeo and Juliet proved to be economically beneficial, ...
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