Hotel degli Orafi is the original Florentine "Room With A View" from the James Ivory film, mere steps from the Ponte Vecchio.
Hotel Bernini Palace is a landmark luxury hotel of the Duetorrihotels group in the heart of Florence, featuring the extraordinary restaurant La Chiostrina.
Castello del Nero is an opulently extraordinary five star destination resort on a magnificent hilltop overlooking the vineyards of Chianti in the heart of the Tuscan hills.
Relais La Suvera is an extraordinary Five Star luxury resort, the 14th century former Papal Palace of Pope Julius II, and the exquisite home of Marquis Giuseppe Ricci and his wife, Princess Eleonara Massimo.
Renowned Los Angeles photographer Alison Reynolds gives her personal photo tips on how to use Photoshop to transform your images.
La Bottega del 30 is an exceptional Michelin starred hidden gem in the tiny Tuscan hamlet of Villa a Sesta in the roiling hills of Chianti.
Castel Monastero is an award winning luxury resort and spa in a gorgeously restored 11th century monastery in the hills of Chianti, featuring the fabulous Gordon Ramsay restaurant, Contrada.
Castello Banfi Il Borgo is an extraordinarily unique destination resort in the heart of Brunello di Montalcino, set on 7000 acres of vineyards and rolling hills on the grounds of a glorious 13th century medieval castle.
Il Falconiere is an exceptional Relais & Chateaux boutique luxury resort and Michelin stared restaurant on 150 acres of Tuscan vineyards and olive groves in the shadow of the mountaintop town of Cortona.
Il Borro has taken an 11th century medieval hamlet and 1000 years of Tuscan history and compressed it into a stunning 5 star 1700 acre luxury resort and vineyard in the golden shadow of the Valdarno hills.
Cross the Rubicon to Tuscany and Northern Italy with our guest travel writer Walter Sanders, SimpleItaly.com, and your hosts Jacquie Kubin and Robert Taylor
Montestigliano is a place where you not only find your heart, but where you leave a piece of yourself in hopes that someday you can return and reclaim it.
Neither book nor movie, nor photograph can capture Tuscany because it really is the people that make it more than special.