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Where to stay in Italy this summer

Tourists take a selfie on the Canal Grande in Venice on June 5, 2021. Foto: Bloomberg/Giulia Marchi

For those of us who've spent the last year and a half mostly cooped up, laying eyes on the sun-dappled Tuscan hills is like rediscovering the entire range of the visible spectrum. Thanks to loosened border restrictions that allow entry by travelers from across the European Union, the U.S., and several other countries, it's now possible to visit Italy freely, so long as you're vaccinated or demonstrably Covid-free.

You'll still find the cypress-lined landscapes, but they're now dotted with new hotels that amplify all the qualities of La Dolce Vita that you've been missing during the pandemic. (Yes, that includes the food.) Whether you're itching to get back to Italy as soon as possible or brainstorming a future trip, here are the new spots worth building itineraries around...

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