Statua del Lisippo, via alla petizione e alla raccolta firme per riaverlo. A dicembre la Cassazione ha rigettato anche l’ultimo ricorso del Getty Museum. Dunque via libera alla rogatoria internazionale per riavere la statua greca in Italia. Resta valido il provvedimento del giudice Gasparini che ordina la confisca «della statua denominata L’Atleta...

Italy has often been described as a cultural superpower and for good reason—it has more Unesco World Heritage Sites than any other country, and is home to the Uffizi Galleries and Vatican Museums, repositories of some of the world’s most spectacular art. But it has many lesser-known, exceptional museums, where you can can take in a broad range of m...

Close your eyes and picture this. Rolling hills where the color of foliage slowly turns to amber as the first signs of autumn start to awaken. Waves crashing among inviting white-sandy beaches a quiet contrast to a lovely promenade where locals stroll before sunset and before a huge fish dinner is consumed with crisp whitewineto wash down the day’s...

Deep in the reaches of Eastern Europe, somewhere near Croatia, a chill wind starts its journey, bobbing and weaving like a downhill skier towards the Adriatic. It skims the sea’s surface, and pushes its way up the rolling hills that carpet Italy’s Marche region cooling the tender grape skins of Montepulciano and Verdicchio grapes. Here, in this qui...

We recommend that you have a must-do list of places to visit and things to do in Le Marche Italy before visiting this wonderful Italian region. The rolling hills that feature all shades of green, medieval hilltop towns, breathtaking beaches alongside the crystal clear, sparkling sea, genuine people and ancient traditions… What you will find and see...

Not all Italian restaurants in New York City are made the same, at least that's what a new spot on Court Street is trying to prove. Owners of Cremini's, which opened last week at 521 Court St., say that their menu is the only in the city to focus on cuisine from a specific region in Italy known as the Le Marche region. The eastern part of Italy, wh...

After having traveled to Italy numerous times, around 2012 it dawned on us that Italy might be a good place to retire. In the early '80s, I had been inspired by meeting a retired American living in a charming house along the Mediterranean. I chatted with him from the cobbled street while he tended a small garden in shorts and sandals. It seemed pre...

Most travelers visiting Italy have dreams of days filled with pizza, pasta, and gelato. While you should definitely indulge in these well-known treats during your stay in Italy (since they’re the best in the world here), you might also like to broaden your horizons and sample some Italian delicacies that aren’t so common.  From street food to tratt...

Ciarra Criscione, a 2019 Ridge High School graduate, will be studying abroad for two weeks this summer as the result of her outstanding score on the National Italian Exam (NIE) during the school year. Criscione will travel to Italy from July 27 through Aug. 10, to study in Recanati, a castle-studded medieval town in Italy’s history-laden Marche reg...

With its approximately 4,660 mi of coastline, Italy is the ideal place for sea lovers. The wide variety of its beaches makes it perfect for every type of vacationer in search of nature, fun, and rest and relaxation. The Italian coast, with its countless gulfs, coves and inlets, touristic ports and long, sandy beaches, is truly adapted to the water...