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Three main reasons – the food, the hospitality and the weather.
Florence and Tuscany. Florence is a fantastic city with a lovely atmosphere. It’s not too big, so it’s easy to navigate around. And the Duomo is a must-see!
Tuscany I love for its stunning countryside, rustic charm and superb food and wine.
Enjoying a gondola ride in Venice. It was so much fun and the driver was very charming and informative.
I can’t remember the name of the restaurant, but while on a trip to Rome with my husband I enjoyed a delicious fresh pasta dish served in an edible bowl crafted from cheese!
Trastevere in Rome. Mostly frequented by locals, it is a lovely neighbourhood to visit in the evening for drinks and dinner. The prices tend to be cheaper than right in the city centre and the atmosphere is vibrant.
Three nights in Florence, four nights in a lovely, rural spa hotel in Tuscany (with car hire, so I could explore the surrounding area), followed by five nights on the Tuscany Coast or the beaches of Liguria.