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A complete travel guide sorted by area with everything you need to know when in Italy. Tips, tours, art, architecture, fine wine & food and landscapes of unsurpassed beauty - our guide has been compiled using our own first-hand knowledge of the beautiful country.
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We know how important it is that all the details of your stay are well looked after and we are pleased to offer you the assistance from our experienced and friendly staff at no extra cost.
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We created these pages to help you really Discover Italy. Journalists Donald Strachan, Steve Keenan and Jasmine Boni Ball — who visit several times every year — have gathered a rich crop of local stories and written destination guides to help you make the most of your vacation. As they say in Italy, “Buon viaggio!”
Italian still varies widely depending where you visit, including in Tuscany. During the medieval and Renaissance periods, this dialect shaped standard Italian spoken today. Modern Italian is mostly Tuscan. But how did this Tuscan dialect come to be? We fill in the blanks, and then suggest a few words of modern Tuscan slang to use when you're there.
When you travel around central Italy, you will encounter remains of the ancient Etruscan civilisation. These were the people who left their name to the region of Tuscany, after all. The trouble is, they didn’t leave much else, either there or in neighbouring Umbria and Lazio. So much of their culture was destroyed or assimilated by the Romans... but not everything. Our short guide gives some background on these mysterious Etruscans, and explains where you can see their best archaeological sites.
Tuscany gave us the Renaissance and the modern Italian language. The region's inhabitants invented banking and issued the first European currency. Did we mention landmarks in painting, sculpture, architecture, philosophy, science and more? We introduce 16 of our favourite historical Tuscans. Have you heard of them all?
We're huge fans of the Netflix show, "Medici: Masters of Florence". Do you wonder how close to the truth was season one's story of Cosimo de' Medici and his powerful Florentine family? Or how accurately the show portrays life in 15th-century Florence? And where can you visit today to see the landscapes and locations from its hit first season? We give you the lowdown.
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