Right down the line: Sumona to Isernia

trans-siberian train

Join us as we head off the beaten track on the little-known Italian Trans-Siberian vintage railway. Words and photos by Valentina Nicastro The Italian Trans-Siberian railway has been revived by an organisation More...

Italia! magazine issue 181 is on sale now!

  There’s a decidedly festive feel to issue 181 of Italia!. Join us this month for an exploration of Christmas celebrations in Italy, from lively festivities in Milan More...

Italia! magazine issue 179 is out now!

Join us in our latest issue of Italia! as we explore the fragrant lavender fields of Piedmont, enjoy an inspiring Sardinian train ride and visit one of Aosta Valley’s most More...

Italia! issue 177 is on sale now!

new issue of Italia

Welcome to the new issue of Italia!. This month you’ll find a summer celebration within its pages, as we mark Ferragosto. This festival of 15th August is celebrated across More...

Don’t look now: Venice after dark

Even the most familiar places tend to look a little different as night falls… Sara Scarpa bravely steps into the shadows in search of Venice’s spookiest legends. Photos More...

Now That’s Amore: 3 Ways to Obtain Italian Dual Citizenship

If you’ve always longed to become a fully fledged Italian citizen, the team at Italian Dual Citizenship (IDC) explains how this dream could quite easily become a reality More...

Drive Italia: Lamborghini Countach

Epic engine, scissor doors, limited visibility, and wider than a Range Rover – the Lamborghini Countach was the quintessential supercar! Photo by Martyn Lucy/Getty Images Breaking More...

Homes in Piedmont

Langhe Piedmont

Snow-dusted Alps, vine-striped hills, elegant towns and some of the best food and wine on the planet – Piedmont has an More...

Abruzzo regional property guide

Fleur Kinson examines the different parts of Abruzzo to help you discover the perfect place to find your dream More...

Five foodie reasons to visit Rome

We could give you 100 reasons to visit Italy’s capital, but here we’re focusing on just...

Don’t look now: Venice after dark

Even the most familiar places tend to look a little different as night falls… Sara Scarpa...

Valle di Gran San Bernardo travel guide

Rachael Martin explores the best places to eat and stay in this peaceful corner of northern...

Don’t look now: Venice after dark

Even the most familiar places tend to look a little different as night falls… Sara Scarpa bravely steps into More...

Italia! Guide – Venice 2019 on sale now

The brand-new edition of the Venice and Veneto Guide from the publishers of Italia! magazine is now available to order! A..

How to do a foodie tour of Venice

Sara Scarpa shares her tips for taking in Venice’s gastronomic highlights like a local, and finding the very best places to..

Viewpoint: dawn in Tuscany

dawn in Tuscany

Dawn breaks over Tuscan countryside… mist-shrouded valleys gently yield views of their ripening vineyards More...

Past Italia! Pisa Cathedral

This fine example of Romanesque architecture is largely ignored, thanks to a mistake that occurred in its grounds… Photo by Getty..

Drink Italia! the best Tuscan red wines

From Chianti Classico to Rosso di Montalcino, we explore some well-priced Tuscan red wines from prestigious smaller producers that punch well..

To Arezzo for lunch

Arezzo Cathedral, Tuscany, Italy Rachael Martin took a road trip from Milan to Arezzo to discover the secrets of this Etruscan town and experience its..

Exploring Italy’s Past

Piazza Duomo, Syracuse Paul Beston, an experienced guide from Peter Sommer Travels, explains how an appreciation of the layers of Italy’s history adds an..
Cooking risotto Milan, Italy

Five reasons to visit Milan

Yes, it’s packed with architectural treasures, fantastic shops and historic sights, but here are five reasons to visit Milan for its..

The Mystery of Molise

Molise is the youngest of Italy’s 20 regions, and perhaps its least-known. Decidedly mountainous in the west (and quite hilly in the..

Drink Italia! the best Tuscan red wines

From Chianti Classico to Rosso di Montalcino, we explore some well-priced Tuscan red wines from prestigious smaller producers that punch well..