NEWS FROM : ITALY  

Anyone who knows anything about sports cars knows the Maserati name. Once the luxury division of Ferrari, it's currently owned by Stellantis, a multinational automobile manufacturer founded when the Italian-American conglomerate Fiat Chrysler Automobiles merged with the French PSA Group. But the Italian sports car's origin goes back to 1914 Bologna...

The Italian coastline, with its almost 8000 kilometres, has countless heavenly beaches. From North to South, the coasts and rivieras take on the most amazing shapes, from small inlets to wide, sandy beaches. The Italian peninsula and its islands offer unique landscapes, rocky stretches with crystal-clear water and long stretches of golden sand wher...

One of the most beautiful areas of Sicily is located along the island's eastern coast, the Riviera dei Ciclopi: this is a land where history and legend come together, enwrapping every place and village with fantastic and fascinating stories, from that of Aeneas, who landed here to save his friend Achaemenides, to that of Jupiter, who hung the bodie...

In Duccio Mazzanti’s workshop, feathers run the show. Colourful plumes of every size and shape imaginable adorn the walls, decorate mannequins, overflow from boxes and closets, even litter the floor. This space, dubbed the “laboratory,” is where feathers are transformed into just about anything. “Feathers can be placed anywhere,” Mazzanti says. “Th...

For some years, the buzzing sound of mechanical digging has been emanating from a green-screen enclosure standing beside Rome’s monumental avenue, the Via dei Fori Imperiali. This is because an excavation site lies entrenched between the broad avenue and the adjacent portion of Caesar’s Forum, which is open to the public as part of an archaeologica...

Looking for a greener, cheaper holiday this summer? Then Italy is the place to be. The Italian railway network is extensive. In fact, its tracks cover a whopping 25,000km. The impressive infrastructure has made cleaner travel possible at pocket-friendly prices, and it’s fair to say it’s changed the travel map. While some domestic flights still oper...

The “Garden of the Gods”, so it is called the area that affects this route in the Pollino National Park, which crosses the kingdom of the loricate pine. Symbol of the Park, the pinus leucodermis is a precious botanical rarity that populates the peaks and rocky cliffs of the mountains. Now majestic and straight, now shaped by the fury of the element...

Today, most European countries share the same currency, the euro. I am old enough to remember lire and the pain of having to change money at the airport when you were traveling: honestly, I am happy those days are gone. What many people may not realize is that, centuries before the euro was even conceived, the Old Continent had already shared commo...

Looking to explore the food of Catania? It’s one of Sicily’s most delectable food cities and definitely one for your Italy food bucket list!Hidden in the shadows of Mt. Etna, and overlooking the azure Ionian Sea, is the second largest city of Sicily — Catania. After the 1693 earthquake, Catania was rebuilt with wide market streets, towering buildin...

After 24 hours of flights and bus rides, Cohorts 10 and 11 of the Lee Business School’s Global Entrepreneurship Program finally stepped foot into Reggio Emilia, a beautiful city in northern Italy. The two days of visiting varying local businesses and roaming the streets in search of the perfect pizza were topped off with surreal blue skies and the...

Located in Morimondo, a village in Milan, Italy, the structure dates back to the 16th century, per the listing. In 1980, the deconsecrated church was converted into a four-bedroom residence, Diletta Giorgolo, the head of residential for Italy Sotheby's International Realty, told the New York Times in April. The house preserves much of the church's...

Reggio Calabria - synonymous with ancient history, entertainment and good food - is undoubtedly one of the jewels in the crown of the Italian peninsula. With its Riace bronzes, Greek walls and numerous archeological sites, Reggio Calabria is a must-see destination for anyone wishing to immerse themselves in ancient history, particularly that of Mag...