Source: Budget Travel Magazine
The sandwiches at Nerbone, at Florence’s Central Market, have locals lining up—and you should too. But save room for gelato! (Courtesy thepinkpeppercorn/Flickr)
These friendly, reliable, and supremely delicious restaurants will welcome you as if you were one of the locals who have been in the know for years. Here, the first in our Eat Your Way Across Italy series.
Yep, the guidebooks are packed with restaurant recommendations. And when it comes to traveling in Italy, it’s possible to find a lovely meal almost anywhere—from posh hotel dining rooms to tables in a piazza to holes in the wall whose, ...