Tuscany

Leonardo da Vinci: Where to See His Works in Italy

Leonardo da Vinci, the original Renaissance Man, was born in Italy more than 500 years ago. Yet despite being one…

1 month ago

San Biagio: Renaissance Jewel in Montepulciano, Tuscany

The church of San Biagio in Montepulciano, Tuscany, is considered one of prime examples of Renaissance architecture.

6 months ago

The Iconic Landscape of Val d’Orcia, Tuscany

Inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004, the hills, valleys, and trees of the Val d’Orcia “exemplify the…

9 months ago

Designer Outlets in Italy: Where to Go for Designer Discounts

Italy is renowned for its designer fashions. Learn more about outlet shopping in Italy and how to make a discount…

9 months ago

Extra Palio in Siena Will Commemorate 100th Anniversary of the End of WWI

An Extra Palio - Palio Straordinario - will be run in Siena on 20 October 2018.

10 months ago

One Year in Italy: 12 Months of Memories

Living in a new place, especially for an extended period of time, fills me with a sense of duty that…

4 years ago

The Best Ever In-Depth Video of Siena’s Palio

Inspiration always seems to find me when I'm not looking and that is exactly what happened as I settled in…

7 years ago

Give the Gift of Italian Culture

When my colleagues in the Italy Blogging Roundtable and I decided to write on the topic "gifts" for our December…

8 years ago

My September 11th in Florence

At San Miniato al Monte above Florence with my USA Today on September 12, 2001 Every year, as we approach…

9 years ago

Five Favorites: Art in Tuscany

To many a traveler, Tuscany and art are synonymous. From the architecture to the numerous galleries to those gorgeous, green,…

9 years ago

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