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VIEWPOINT

The Maremma’s Cascate del Mulino (Cascades of the Mill) are fed by hot spring waters

that flow underground from the site of the Terme di Saturnia Spa…

Just upstream from here, the Terme di Saturnia is as luxurious a spa resort as you could hope for, but the 37°C waters that feed it recognise no owner and the naturally carved limestone pools here at the Mill are free to use – 24/7, 365 days a year – for anyone who can find them. They are not as clearly signposted as the spa resort, but they are still, unsurprisingly, one of the most popular natural attractions in Tuscany.

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About Italia!

This month we embark on our travels to Verona, the beautiful Veneto city immortalised by Shakespeare in his tale of star-crossed lovers. Whether the story of Juliet’s balcony is fact or fiction matters little, as we travel deeper to the city’s heart and its noble Roman heritage. Traditions of another kind are on our mind in Puglia; this time, the culinary variety. It’s a captivating land with its roots firmly in the soil, as you’ll discover. The restful public gardens of Florence are in the spotlight too, while this month’s Fast Culture tells a tale of mistaken identity or Renaissance ‘spin’ that’s not to be missed.