Where to find Florentine classics like ribollita, macceroncini with wild game ragu, and towering cones of gelato in the romantic Tuscan capital. Read more: https://www.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-florence-italy
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Hit the pause button before parenthood and plan a romantic getaway before baby arrives. https://www.fourseasons.com/magazine/kids-family/babymoon-vacation-getaways/
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Frequent flier miles can be intimidating, but it's worth figuring out the system. We've flown around the world multiple times using miles. In this post I talk about mileage-earning credit cards (get one!) and how I value miles. If you have questions, ask them at the bottom of the post. I highly recommend following @ThePointsGuy too for mileage/card advice.
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Italy's cities are on many a traveler's bucket list, and for good reason – they offer an enticing mix of scenery, historic and ancient sites, museums and of course, great cuisine. What's more, Italy's major cities can easily be visited by train.
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Manhattan’s Little Italy is filled with New York City history that you can eat. Visit any number of local businesses -- some of which have been slinging mozzarella and powdered pastries for decades -- and you’ll get a taste of the area’s once-bustling immigrant community. Sure, you could grab your gabagool at Whole Foods, but there, they pronounce it capocollo.
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Spend five days exploring the art and cuisine of Italy's Tuscany region. Discover Rennaissance art in Florence, browse bustling markets for fresh produce and cured meats and stroll through narrow medieval streets to see the 1,000-year-old Ponte Vecchio bridge. Head to the Tuscan countryside to visit Siena, tour a typical Chianti winery, and see the medieval Monteriggioni fortress. End your visit with a trip to see the famous leaning tower of Pisa and Lucca's historic city walls.
Personally curated by founder of Dame Traveler, Nastasia shares her favorite hotels that stood out overall in quality, beauty, warm and friendly service, aesthetic and location.
Florence is so full of historical attractions, it's easy to forget that there are a ton of new things to do, see, and eat. Here's our guide to the hottest things to do in Florence right now.
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