The harvest time is the best to understand how much work and how much patience the earth needs. Long rows of cypress trees and excellent wine will make you fall in love with this corner of Tuscany. To discover where to stay in the Chianti hills click here.
Autumn is the perfect season to visit Venice: mild climate and few tourists. Until November 22nd you can also still discover the wonders of the Biennale Art 2015.
A little over an hour from Palermo, Cefalù is the ideal destination for those who want to enjoy the end of summer: the good Sicilian food and the very warm temperature do the rest.
Until October 31st, Milan will still be driven by Expo 2015: discover many installations located throughout the city and a large number of appointments. Read our Milan insider city guide by Maria and Lucrezia Buccellati by clicking here.
For a weekend in a very romantic place, Matera is the city for you. History, culture and great views from the top of the famous “sassi” (“stones”).
Enjoy Capalbio, très chic late summer destination: read all the secret addresses in our insider guide by Olivia and Margherita Puri Negri.
The king of Italian cuisine is really it: the white truffle of Alba. Restaurants and markets are celebrating the new season of this delicious (and expensive) rarity in the fall. Discover the best addresses where to taste the white truffle in Alba.
Away from the summer crowds, Lucca returns to belong to herself and to those tourists who wisely choose to visit this medieval pearl during this time of the year.
For those who do not give up to the arrival of winter, Pantelleria is the perfect compromise. And what a compromise: Sicilian cuisine, transparent waters and thermal muds. “La dolce vita” never ends.
10. VAL DI FASSA
The colors red, yellow and orange on the trees mark the end of summer and the upcoming ski season: a riot of colors that will make you fall in love with Trentino.