What are Martin Miller’s favorite cities to visit?
Because of my background, I suppose I like cities that have some real architectural and art-based heritage. Italy is obviously one of my favorite places. I like going out and sort of wandering around the outback of Tuscany and Florence. Although it’s full of tourists, it’s still got so many treasures within it. And Venice. The thing about Venice is once you get out a half-mile from the central St. Mark’s Square, you’ve got a lot of treasures. There’s so much that people don’t really go and see because they stay in their little niche area. They don’t explore enough.