Italia! issue 170 is on sale now!

Italia new issue

With our eyes firmly on the fresh promise of the coming new year, we’ve packed the new issue of Italia! with travel, food and property inspiration to make 2019 your best year yet! Our writers have More...

Italia! issue 169 is on sale now!

Italia! issue 169 Christmas 2018

It’s that time of year again… Italia!‘s Christmas issue is here! Celebrating all aspects of Natale across Italy, it’s sure to get you in the mood for seasonal More...

Italia! Guide – The Grand Tour 2018 on sale now

This excellent Grand Tour 132-page travel guide from the publishers of Italia! magazine is packed with expert travel know-how, stunning imagery and itineraries to help make the More...

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 More...

Fiat Cinquecento

Drive Italia: Fiat 500 Cinquecento

It’s part 1 of our new series on Italian motors and our focus is tiny, iconic, cheap to run and chic… it’s the cheeky small city car everyone loves! Photo by iStock Think More...

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...

Homes in Abruzzo

Lago di Barrea, Abruzzo

Abruzzo is spacious and unspoilt, and has some of Italy’s best-value property – it’s little surprise that the market More...

Le Marche regional property guide

Fleur Kinson explores the property potential of this diverse Italian region, so you can find the destination that More...

Lake Como, Italy Five reasons to visit Italy’s lakes

Whether you favour the grandeur of the tourist favourites, or the peace of off-the beaten-track locations,...

Train Making Tracks, Part 3: to Lake Como

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

Graffiti near San Francesco della Vigna, Venice Castello travel guide

Adrian Mourby shares some of the best sights, accommodation and places to eat & drink in...

Castello travel guide

Graffiti near San Francesco della Vigna, Venice

Adrian Mourby shares some of the best sights, accommodation and places to eat & drink in one of Venice’s More...

Castello: the quiet sestiere

Adrian Mourby takes a walk around the tranquil backwaters of Venice as he explores the city’s fascinating Castello district… Photos by Kate..

Learning to Row in Venice

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

Drink Italia! White Wines of Tuscany

White wine

Though famous for its fine red wines, from Chianti to the Super Tuscans, this region also produces excellent More...

Five of the best Tuscan gardens

Tony Bassett of Tuscan Secrets explores a few of his favourite green spaces in Tuscany… how many have you visited? Images by PG..

Tuscany regional property guide

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

Fizz in Franciacorta

Franciacorta vineyards Italy Sarah Rodrigues has a sparkling time on the southern shores of Lake Iseo, where they produce champagne-method wines to rival the..

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..
Milan

Milan Travel Guide

Join Amanda Robinson to discover some Milan’s very best sights and attractions, plus top places to eat and great accommodation to..

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..
Mionetto

Time to sparkle

Mionetto. More than just a Prosecco. Here we explain why… In the heart of the Veneto Valley, where Prosecco originated, is..