If you want to chase the last of the summer sun and experience a foodie adventure, head to the best of local and fine-dining cuisine from these Italian destinations. Travel by train between each city and sit back and watch the luscious Italian countryside whizz by. Follow this ultimate foodie guide, whether you’re wanting to dine like a local or go all out with some of the most spectacular food that Italy has to offer.
Florence fine-dining: Caffè dell’Oro
Taking its name from Florence’s famous tradition of gold crafting, Caffè dell’Oro is a bistro located on the river Arno. The menu boasts light dishes inspired by the Italian regional tradition, which add creativity without losing the taste of simplicity. Chef Alessio Mori’s Farm to Table menu uses fresh produce from Il Borro’s vegetable garden, not far from Florence. Caffè dell’Oro has recently introduced Farm to Glass, a range of organic wines produced by avant-garde wineries to be paired with the dishes.
Caffè dell’Oro, Lungarno degli Acciaiuoli, 4, 50123 Firenze, Italy