From the beaches of St-Tropez to the Cannes Film Festival, the Riviera has long been a chic destination, and we've combined it with the rustic pleasures and rich artistic heritage of Provence, which has grown in popularity ever since the publication of Peter Mayle's A Year in Provence.
Travelers to Italy often concentrate on Tuscany alone, since it's rich in artistic treasures, Renaissance architecture, unspoiled villages, wineries, and terrific shopping buys. Renting a villa in Tuscany or Umbria is becoming increasingly popular, and Florence ranked #4 on the list of favorite international cities in the Conde Nast Traveler 1996 Readers' Choice Awards.
|Paperback Book, 326 pages||English|
|MacMillan Publishing Company (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9780028616599||4.99 x 8.41 x 0.68 inches|