Italy is more than just a tourist destination. More and more young people from all over the world indeed choose the Bel Paese to enroll and complete basic, master or doctoral studies, especially those who want to shine in the arts. College applications and student visas The first thing to know is that Italian cultural centers around the world are t...

What’s the most magically memorable train trip you’ve ever taken? Mine was a few years ago when I rode the Bernina Express in sunny, snow laden Switzerland on the Bernina line section that runs from St. Moritz to the charming Italian town of Tirano. Although the entire journey is a train lover’s nirvana, I thought the most mesmerizing section was t...

Fluvanna County High School students in grades 9-12 are eligible to embark on a school trip to Italy. Students will be able to explore Rome, Florence, Sienna, Pompeii, Sorrento, Isle of Capri and Monte Cassino. The tentative dates are scheduled for May 31 to June 10, 2019. While the cost is subject to change, students will have the opportunity to p...

Bologna is well known for being a historic, vibrant city and it is located in northern Italy and it is the capital of the well-known Emilia-Romagna region. The stunning city has a spectacular renaissance structure, artistic, medieval towers, beautiful cafes and many other ancient and spectacular features adorn it. Have a stunning view of Bologna fr...

Last fall, University of Idaho seniors Bernadette Beeman and Ashley Buzzini, both studying interior design and architecture, became two of the roughly 350 University of Idaho students who study abroad each year. The two said they experienced varying levels of culture shock when over seas— encountering a world much different than that of the U.S. Th...

Many observers of Italy often presume that the nation's origins can be traced back to ancient Rome. And while the Romans undoubtedly had a huge influence on a lot of what came after, earlier civilizations made their own key contributions. The myth of the abandoned brothers Romulus and Remus, that lies behind the foundation of ancient Rome, is often...

L’Università della Calabria firma un protocollo con la Delaware Law School degli Stati Uniti d’America. È quanto avvenuto ieri ad Arcavacata di Rende, alla presenza dell’assistente del preside di facoltà, Eileen Grena e della direttrice del corso Pamela Beech, del rettore Gino Crisci, del coordinatore del corso di studi in Giurisprudenza, Enrico Ca...

Rimini has attracted a crowd in August since time immemorial. The internationally renowned summer holiday destination on la Riviera Romagnola is synonymous with long sandy beaches that are hard to beat, especially for families and party-goers. But this pre-eminent party town has also a deep cultural vibe. It boasts Roman architecture in abundance,...

September has arrived and with it ‘sagre’ season – from now until the beginning of December, towns and villages around Italy host a number of food festivals centered around seasonal regional products. We love sagre as they provide a fun chance to try authentic local food and wine while mingling with locals. Here we’ve selected some great sagre arou...

More than 5,000 Italian food products have been registered so far by the Ministry of Agriculture and Coldiretti. A cultural treasure that millions of tourists discover and appreciate every year. This allows Italy to boast the enviable world record for variety and size of the agri-food heritage. A study carried out by the communication agency Klaus...