Spend Fall in Italy with our Top 8

Fall in Italy is one of the best months to be in Italy! The weather is fantastic, the crowds are dying down from the summertime, and the countryside looks beautiful. Grab your itinerary and let us help you plan your next vacation with our Top 8:

Casa Bolognina (Bologna)

Enjoy a cozy and quiet city center loft with Casa Bolognina. They are a 9 minute walk from the train station and a 15 minute walk to Piazza Maggiore! This vacation home rental hosts up to 4 people and has a gorgeous view. 

Oyster Barba (Modena)

Try some of the finest oysters in Italy with Oyster Barba. On top of this, their seafood is like no other. They treat their raw materials with care and only choose from the best suppliers on the market. They pride themselves on finesse and simplicity.

Calata Mazzini (Elba)

Calata Mazzini is a wine shop on the island of Elba born from the passion for the territory and its products. On top of this, they have extra virgin olive oil, honey, jams, and craft beer. Their care and dedication for their products can be clearly seen in the quality of their goods.

De Tullio Law Firm (Rome)

Interested in purchasing property in Italy? De Tullio Law Firm may be perfect for you. Their mission is to provide the highest quality legal service with integrity, professionalism, and respect. They will be right beside you every step of the way.

Azienda Agricola Vamperti (Rufina)

Discover the amazing products of Azienda Agricola Vamperti. They are a small farm in the heart of the eastern Florentine hills that are immersed in a dense and beautiful forest. Their fields not only produce different varieties of inflorescence hemp, but also saffron, lavender, seasonal vegetables.

Novella Osteria Toscana (Tuscany)

Enjoy some traditional Tuscan cuisine and local wine with Novella Osteria Toscana. Be sure to savor not only their food, but also the beautiful view of Piazza Santa Maria Novella. Their delicious foods and drinks will have you begging for more. 

Terra Artis Guest House (Florence)

If visiting Florence, consider staying at Terra Artis Guest House. Each of the 10 suites bears the name of a great artist who stood out in Tuscany and is the result of a careful work of decoration capable of combining design and comfort. Your stay includes breakfast with select local products.

Sessantacampi (Maserda sul Piave)

Sessantacampi is a brother and sister duo dedicated to growing the best grapes and making even better wines. Their passion can be clearly seen in the quality and care of their vineyard. Their main goal is to communicate their love for their land and its farming tradition.


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Adriana Suarez

Top 8 Editor

Based in Miami, I am the Contributing Editor for Live in Italy Magazine, and Public Relations Assistant and Social Media Account Manager at Allegory PR Services. I am currently a senior at Florida International University, and am majoring in public relations. In my free time, I love to bake; read; take photos; and make art. I am an avid lover of plants and have a wide collection of them. Passionate about traveling, I enjoy learning about cultures around the world. I have traveled all over Italy, more specifically: Rome, Venice, Sicily, Naples, Positano, Pisa, and Florence.

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