Harper’s Bazaar – Does Italy have a bad angle? If so, we haven’t found it. Instead, the country has an endless array of spectacular places, from the mountains of the Dolomites to the Adriatic- and Ionian-edge coastline of Puglia, via beautiful, historic cities, and more stylish shorelines and holiday-playground islands to which its effortlessly chic denizens have flocked to come summer for decades. There are some obvious contenders – La Serennissima, for example. There’s nowhere quite like Venice on Earth. And honeymoon hotspot, the Amalfi Coast, famous for its secluded coves, hair-raising hairpin bends (convertible practically essential), colourful coastal towns built up and down the cliff edge, romantic trattorias and grand old villas.