Italia! issue 168 is on sale now

Issue 168 Italia

As the days begin to draw in, top up your vitamin D levels with sunshine and blue skies in the new issue of Italia! – the perfect companion to brighten your autumn Whether you want to learn more More...

Italia! issue 167 is on sale now

Italia issue 167

Give autumn a big, Italian-style welcome with the October edition of Italia!. It’s packed – as ever – with tempting ideas for travel, property, food, drink and more, More...

Italia! issue 166 is on sale now

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Say buongiorno to the new issue of Italia! magazine. Our September edition is packed with travel ideas galore, plus expert property advice, tasty Italian food and drink and more… Enjoy More...

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 More...

Piazza Duomo, Syracuse

Exploring Italy’s Past

Paul Beston, an experienced guide from Peter Sommer Travels, explains how an appreciation of the layers of Italy’s history adds an extra dimension to any Italian holiday Photos More...

Staying with the Landmark Trust in Italy

If you’re seeking an extra-special experience from your next holiday, consider staying with the Landmark Trust in Italy – Jane Keightley explains what to expect… Photos More...

Back to Life in Umbria

We join Penny Wainwright to explore the tourist initiatives that are encouraging visitors back to Umbria, after the devastating earthquakes of 2016… Photos by Penny Wainwright More...

Tuscany regional property guide

Fleur Kinson explores the property potential of different parts of Tuscany – still one of the most popular areas of Italy More...

Homes in Tuscany

Tuscany farmhouse, Italy

Long adored for its lyrical countryside and its jewel-like cities full of art, Tuscany is the first choice of many More...

Galleria Milan Italy 48 Hours in Milan

This is a city full of iconic must-sees, but there are also hidden gems and lesser-known...

Train Making Tracks, Part 1: To Bologna

Twenty years ago Rachael Martin arrived in Italy, exploring the country by rail and dreaming of...

Matera landscape Basilicata Matera Travel Guide

Sara Scarpa explores some of the best things to see and do – plus top places...

Learning to Row in Venice

Venice rowing lesson Italy

Mark Nicholls visits Venice, where he goes beyond the usual tourist sites to take lessons in rowing like a More...

Light up the Sky: Il Redentore Festival

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

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..

Tuscany regional property guide

Fleur Kinson explores the property potential of different parts of Tuscany – still one of the most popular More...

Homes in Tuscany

Long adored for its lyrical countryside and its jewel-like cities full of art, Tuscany is the first choice of many homebuyers..

Florence: Home of Poets

Jane Keightley stays at atmospheric Casa Guidi, the Florence apartment that Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett called home Photos by Jane Keightley..

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..
Galleria Milan Italy

48 Hours in Milan

This is a city full of iconic must-sees, but there are also hidden gems and lesser-known spots just waiting to be..

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..
italian red wine

Drink Italia: red wines of the islands

Italy’s two largest islands produce sumptuous red wines of great quality and international renown, with prices to suit any budget. Our..