Italia! issue 176 is on sale now!

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Celebrate the summertime with the new issue of Italia! There’s so much to savour, including travel inspiration for Verona, Puglia, Florence and much more… In the new issue you’ll also discover More...

Italia! issue 175 is on sale now!

Italia! magazine issue 175

For a celebration of Italy at your fingertips, don’t miss the new issue of Italia! It’s filled with travel features, property inspiration and delicious helpings of More...

Italia! issue 174 is on sale now!

italia! magazine issue 174

Fancy a spot of Mediterranean sunshine in your life? We certainly do! And the new issue of Italia! is the next best thing to jetting off to Italy… From the crystal blue waters More...

Italia! issue 173 is on sale now!

Hello springtime! There’s always plenty to celebrate at this time of year, with Easter round the corner and the prospect of longer, warmer days enticing us to  plan fresh More...

Mosaic of Neptune and Amphitrite in Herculaneum

The Villa of the Papyri, Herculaneum

We are still making discoveries at Herculaneum, and computer technology may be about to reveal something very special, says Joe Gartman… Photos by Patricia Gartman Mosaic of More...

Meet the makers

Penny Wainwright explores the villages at the southern tip of Puglia, in search of traditional artisan crafts, underground tunnels and ancient local festivals… Photos by Penny More...

Past Italia: La Villa Donn’Anna

This historic but dilapidated residence sits on the Posillipo coast in Naples, west of the Mergellina harbour, some way beyond the Castel dell’Ovo… Photo by Getty Images The More...

Tuscany regional property guide

Val d'Orcia, Tuscany

Fleur Kinson explores the towns and landscapes of Tuscany, and discovers a surprising and captivating diversity for prospective More...

Homes in Tuscany

Italy, Tuscany, Massa Marittima Cathedral

Adored for its stunning landscapes and historic cities stuffed with fine art, Tuscany is a dream-region for many More...

Lobby of Hotel Heureka, Venice Una piccola sosta: Hotel Heureka, Venice

Step through the doors of this restored palazzo in Cannaregio – where modern design meets the...

Mosaic of Neptune and Amphitrite in Herculaneum The Villa of the Papyri, Herculaneum

We are still making discoveries at Herculaneum, and computer technology may be about to reveal something...

Arezzo Cathedral, Tuscany, Italy To Arezzo for lunch

Rachael Martin took a road trip from Milan to Arezzo to discover the secrets of this...

Una piccola sosta: Hotel Heureka, Venice

Lobby of Hotel Heureka, Venice

Step through the doors of this restored palazzo in Cannaregio – where modern design meets the architecture More...

Viewpoint: The Bridge of Sighs

It may not command the location of the Rialto Bridge, but the Bridge of Sighs is arguably the greater achievement and..

Forgotten islands of the Venice Lagoon

The Venice Lagoon contains more than a hundred islands – some small, some large; some natural, some man-made. Sara Scarpa invites..

Homes in Tuscany

Italy, Tuscany, Massa Marittima Cathedral

Adored for its stunning landscapes and historic cities stuffed with fine art, Tuscany is a dream-region for More...

Florence travel guide

Amanda Robinson shares her pick of the best places to eat and stay in Florence – plus a few special spots..

Alta Maremma travel guide

In the realm of the ‘Super Tuscans’, Anna Blomefield shares the best places to eat and great accommodation choices for Tuscany’s..

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..
red wine from veneto

Drink Italia! red wine from Veneto

There’s a delicious diversity to the wines of Veneto, thanks to the varying types of terrain and soil in this region...