Italia! issue 165 is on sale now!

Our August issue is packed with fantastic features, so whether you’re lucky enough to be in Italy this month, or simply dreaming of your next trip from the comfort of home, you’ll find plenty More...

Italia! Guide, Tuscany & Florence on sale now!

The latest edition of the Italia! Tuscany Guide from the publishers of Italia! magazine is crammed with 132 pages of expert travel inspiration, advice and itineraries to help make More...

Italia! issue 164 is on sale now

Italia issue 164

Welcome to the summer issue of Italia!, which is packed with sun-drenched inspiration for Italian travel, living and food & drink. Fantastic features and beautiful photography More...

Five lesser-known lakes all Italophiles should visit

Lago di Fusine

While we’ll always love Garda and Como, these iconic destinations aren’t the only lakes in Italy that are worth a stay. Read on and make sure you put one of these More...

Siena Palio, Tuscany Siena

Siena’s Palio: the thrill of the race

Having failed on previous occasions to see the actual races, Jane Keightley finally experiences all the pride and pageantry of Palio week in Siena… Photos by Jane Keightley This More...

Insider’s Rome: The Trevi Fountain

You can go and see the Trevi Fountain for free, it’s just there, but it will cost you money if you ever want to see it again… Words and image by Jon Palmer There are actually More...

Past Italia: La Chiesa di San Pietro

St Peter‘s (La Chiesa di San Pietro)  in Portovenere stands on a promontory overlooking the Gulf of Poets Saint Peter’s at Portovenere is built on the site of a 5th-century More...

Homes in Lombardy

Dreamy lakesides, elegant little cities, super-stylish dressers and a sky-high quality of life – it’s no wonder this More...

Q&A: travelling by train, rural property advice and more

Our experts are here to help with all your questions about Italy. This month, travelling around Italy by train, More...

Siena Palio, Tuscany Siena Siena’s Palio: the thrill of the race

Having failed on previous occasions to see the actual races, Jane Keightley finally experiences all the...

The Trabocchi Coast on the Adriatic coast, Abruzzi Italy Pescara travel guide

Little visited by British tourists, the province of Pescara in Abruzzo remains an area that’s not on...

Pescara Abruzzo from above Ten reasons to love Pescara

Lorenza Bacino takes a tour of this seaside town and the surrounding province, and discovers pretty...

Light up the Sky: Il Redentore Festival

Venice Redentore Festival

Despite its origins in a terrible period of Venetian history, Il Redentore is a spectacular celebration that More...

A Venetian Wedding

One year on from her own wedding in Venice, Sara Scarpa offers some advice on the do’s and dont’s of tying..

Italia! Guide: Venice and Veneto

Welcome to the new Italia! Guide: Venice and Veneto. Your complete travel guide revised and updated ready for your next trip...

Siena: what to see and do

Jane Keightley brings us six highlights of this magical Tuscan city… the things not to be missed when you More...

Siena’s Palio: the thrill of the race

Having failed on previous occasions to see the actual races, Jane Keightley finally experiences all the pride and pageantry of Palio..

Viewpoint: Ponte della Maddalena

The Devil’s Bridge is one of Italy’s most beautiful, and most strange… The Ponte della Maddalena, otherwise known as the Ponte..

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: Six favourite reds for 2018

We asked our wine buyers to recommend good-value Italian red wines to enjoy this spring and beyond. Here are six we think..