Lost in Florence: An Insider’s Guide to the Best Places to Eat, Drink and Explore, by Nardia Plumridge (Hardie Grant Publishing, 226 pages, 2019) is a unique guide to Florence, Italy, highlighting off the beaten path locations and itineraries, as well as the classic “don’t miss” spots in town. In the FINE [shopping] selection of independent stores and makers, the book features a 2-page spread of art925 jewelry on page 105.
This year, the book has been translated for the Italian market, Perdersi a Firenze. Una guida non convenzionale ai migliori posti in cui mangiare, bere, emozionarsi, published by Giunti Editore.
About the author: Nardia Plumridge is an Australian freelance travel and lifestyle writer based in Italy. She regularly contributes to print and online publications in the UK, US and Australia with her work featured in The New York Times and Wall Street Journal, among others. She is also the Tuscan expert for Expedia and Olive magazine in the UK. Nardia’s love affair with Florence began as a teenage girl when she first visited the city aged 15. Since then, she has returned to Tuscany scores of times before relocating in 2012 and starting her website Lost in Florence (www.lostinflorence.it). As a journalist, she combines her passion for the city and its people with the pursuit of ‘la dolce vita’.