The Italian government is holding talks on Monday over the future of the four-tiered system of health measures in place since last November and may also change the way Covid cases are counted, local media reports.
The recent surge in applications for Italian citizenship is hardly surprising when you consider the advantages and benefits that Italian citizenship brings. It gives you the freedom to live, study and work in Italy and the EU indefinitely, plus access to free or low cost universal healthcare and education.
Italy's division of the human rights group, Amnesty International, has called on the Italian government to reconsider its tightened anti-Covid measures.
As infection rates surge in parts of Europe, the EU will limit the validity of its flagship Covid-19 certificate to nine months. The pass is designed to allow for restriction free travel within the bloc but certain countries are stepping up restrictions.
Italy's Covid restrictions change once again from Monday January 10th. Here's what you need to know.
Italy's coffee culture is admired around the world, but it can be hard for the average foreigner to navigate its rules and norms. Here’s what you need to know to get your caffeine fix ‘all’italiana’.
With the obvious caveat that much depends on the health situation and Covid-related rules in place, Italy has an outstanding variety of events on offer in 2022 for tourists and residents alike.
The start of 2022 marks a new phase in the Brexit process – the introduction of checks of goods at the UK border. But what does this mean for travellers wanting to take some Italian cheese, meat or wine into the UK?
Everyone has heard about Italy’s one-euro homes offer, designed to breathe new life into abandoned towns and villages. But there’s another affordable option that many foreign buyers find more interesting.
Many people cross the Austrian-Slovakian border for work. Here's a look at the latest rules that apply.