Published On: Tue, Oct 16th, 2018

Italia! photos of the month: October 2018

Brighten up your autumn with this selection of fantastic photos of Italy taken by Italia! readers for our monthly competition…

This month’s winner: 

Walk of the Gods Italy

“The Walk of the Gods along the Amalfi Coast looking towards Positano – which has to be one of the most beautiful walks in Europe.”
by Diane Watson, North Anston 

 

More of our favourites this month…

Val de Funes, Dolomites
“I found this hidden treasure I had seen on calendars at St Magdalena, Val di Funes, in the Dolomite mountains. It is magical, and viewing the Odle mountain peaks is breath-taking. My wife and I also had the pleasure of walking one of the spectacular trails under the Odles.”
by David Ellisor, Durango, Colorado, USA

 

Civita di Bagnoregio Italy

“We recently visited the picturesque village of Civita di Bagnoregio, known as la città che muore (the town that is dying) due to erosion of the rock beneath it. Situated on an isolated rocky outcrop, the only access is on foot across a bridge from the town of Bagnoregio.”
by Peter Colligan, Waterlooville

 

MIlan in the rain Italy

“During a recent visit to Milan people were queuing for two hours in the pouring rain to view the inside of the magnificent Duomo.”
by Alan Tagg, Burgess Hill

 

Ponte Vecchio

“Ponte Vecchio, where lovers dawdle and leave padlocks to celebrate their love. We celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary in Florence – but didn’t leave a padlock!”
by Jane Lomas, Bicknacre

 

If you’ve taken a great snap of Italy, send it to us for the chance to win a prize! Send photos to italia@anthem-publishing.com (with the subject line ‘Reader Photo Competiton’).

Please note: Any photos you submit must be your own work and you must have the right to send them for inclusion on this page. By sending your entry, you are confirming that Italia!’s use of your photo(s) will not constitute infringement of any rights, and confirming that you are over 18.

You can see more fantastic photos of Italy from our readers here

 

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