Issue 157 of Italia! OUT NOW

Experience winter in Italy with issue 157 of Italia! magazine featuring a fantastic Christmas gift guide for when you’re stuck on what to buy.  Explore Italian Christmas markets in Alta Badia and More...

The countdown begins to the most awaited period of the year for ski enthusiasts

Ski enthusiasts will now be able to monitor the progress of the work on Alta Badias slopes thanks to a unique system. Alta Badia, a ski resort in the Dolomites, will be introducing More...

Leonardo da Vinci painting sells for $450m at auction

The $450m sale has of a da Vinci painting billed as ‘biggest discovery of the 21st century has smashed records. Salvator Mundi, the long-lost Leonardo da Vinci More...

Looking for the perfect food

The “High Quality European Olive Oil” campaign aims to raise awareness on the unique qualities of olives and olive oil among as wide an audience as possible. The campaign More...

48 hours in: Ferrara

Ferrara was Europe’s first modern city, and plans laid here have been copied across the continent. Sara Scarpa visits the often overlooked city of the Este family… One evening More...

Unmasking the comedians

The influence Carlo Goldoni had on Italian theatre is immeasurable, and his museum is not to be missed. The palazzo is hard to find. The land entrance is in an alley so narrow More...

Past Italia: Brisighella

An unusual clock tower overlooks the land surrounding a small town in the province of Ravenna… What is now the Torre dell’Orologio of Brisighella was originally built in More...

Homes in: Umbria

Trevi

This dreamily serene region of fairytale landscapes and jewel-like hilltowns continues to be adored by discerning visitors. More...

Our life in Umbria

Lorelei and Jacob Wells have made Umbria a second home that they can make available to family and friends. Leicestershire-based More...

Railway Touring Company: Steaming into Tuscany

There are many ways to see Italy, but surely one of the most unique has to...

An Italian summer with Citalia

It’s never too early to start planning next year’s holiday to Italy – so from Amalfi and...

Where the wild things are

Blessed with an amazing amount of treasures for nature lovers, Italy’s spectacular wild spaces abound with...

Viewpoint: the intervention

An art installation by Lorenzo Quinn on Venice’s Grand Canal symbolises the threat to the city from rising More...

The Art of Glass

Venice celebrated its world-famous Murano glassmaking heritage in an exciting programme of citywide events this September. Sitting in its own sea..

My life in Venice…

Linda Little from Sydney, Australia, bought a two-bedroom apartment in the San Polo district of Venice in early 2016. It sits..

Barga, Media Valle del Serchio 

This 2 bedroom house in Barga, Media Valle del Serchio, Tuscany is a charming property with lots of outside More...

Railway Touring Company: Steaming into Tuscany

There are many ways to see Italy, but surely one of the most unique has to be by steam train. Mark..

Drink Italia: Tuscan reds

From ‘Super Tuscan’ to Brunello, there are plenty of fine Tuscan non-Chianti reds, and they’re not all super-expensive either. Here’s a..

An Italian summer with Citalia

It’s never too early to start planning next year’s holiday to Italy – so from Amalfi and the islands to Lake Garda..

Looking for Lodi

Rachael Martin descends from Milan into the Po Valley to discover the home town of her mother-in-law. Lodi, one of those..

Escape to Calabria with issue 152 of Italia!

 The July issue of Italia! is out now.    Get away this month to Calabria, explore the glorious beauty of the..

Drink Italia: Tuscan reds

From ‘Super Tuscan’ to Brunello, there are plenty of fine Tuscan non-Chianti reds, and they’re not all super-expensive either. Here’s a..