The Italian government has made several changes to its health certificate scheme - the so-called green pass - ahead of it becoming mandatory in all workplaces from October 15th.
Small businesses account for a larger proportion of GDP and jobs in Italy than in the EU as a whole. But many have struggled during the pandemic. Whether you're beginning to travel again or stuck at home, here's a guide to help you discover Italy in a whole new way by accessing 'hyperlocal' products and experiences.
Get to know Italy's fashion capital with this essential shopping guide from Rachael Martin, author of The Fashion Lover's Guide to Milan - plus, win a copy of the book in our members' prize draw.
Ever found pursuing an international career creates certain challenges when it comes to communication – or, should we say, miscommunication? Two experts at the University of Cambridge guide you through how to become a better communicator and avoid the pitfalls of international workplaces.
Fully vaccinated travellers from Europe will be able to visit the US from the start of November after the White House announced on Monday it was lifting is travel ban after 18 months.
Italy is accepting proof of vaccination against Covid-19 in certain other countries in place of the Italian ‘green pass’ health certificate. But can you now also ‘convert’ any foreign vaccination certificate into the Italian version? Here's what you need to know.
Yes, Italian food is delicious. But before you dine out with Italians, you'll need to know some rules.
Travel is very different due to the pandemic but some things about returning 'home' never change, as writer Richard Hough tells us.
Sending low-value gifts to Italy from outside the bloc should be exempt from VAT duty, but many people are still being asked to pay extra postal fees at the doorstep.
Italy's landscape is dotted with stone and brick buildings, so the usual response when you tell Italians you're building a house out of wood is, 'Ma perché?'. But it's a surprisingly advantageous and efficient choice, as our project plans revealed.
Iceland is now the first European nation to have a female-majority government. How do other countries compare?
When election results came in on Sunday, Iceland became the first European country where women hold more than half the seats in parliament. We take a look at Europe's best and worst performers when it comes to female representation in politics.