Italy, the birthplace of the Slow movement and the home of Slow Food, is a natural as the second destination in our new Slow series. Alastair Sawday has handpicked forty-six exceptional places to stay–places where attention is lavished on some of the most important things in life: convivial meals, community, a respect for the environment, and a celebration of regional distinctiveness. From the mountainous north, through cypressdotted Tuscany, and on down to the gutsy, colorful south, you’ll discover innkeepers and cooks that have an unmatched passion for Slow Travel and Slow Food, and whose hospitality embody their commitment to the finest accommodations and food. Go Slow Italy celebrates fascinating people, fine architecture, history, landscape, and real food.
|Publisher:||New York Review Books|
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About the Author
Chef Giorgio Locatelli has worked at the Savoy Hotel in London, and La Tour d’Argent and Laurent in Paris. Back in London, as head chef at Zafferano, he earned his international reputation and first Michelin star. In 2002 he opened his first independent venture, Locanda Locatelli, which was awarded a Michelin star in 2003.