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Rome's ancient Largo di Torre Argentina to open to the public

Rome's ancient Largo di Torre Argentina to open to the public

Long the preserve of stray cats, the Largo di Torre Argentina will reopen to the public from 2021.

Sustainable travel: How to cut emissions and keep flying

Sustainable travel: How to cut emissions and keep flying

Sustainable air travel is no longer a flight of fancy, it’s here and Sweden is at its helm.

 
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Why Arezzo should be the next town you visit in Tuscany

Why Arezzo should be the next town you visit in Tuscany

Often ignored in favour of more famous Tuscan towns, Arezzo has everything from designer shopping to medieval jousting tournaments.

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The best renovation properties you can buy in Italy for less than €50K
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The best renovation properties you can buy in Italy for less than €50K

That place in the sun could be more affordable than you think - as long as you don't mind some hard work.

Brits in Italy: It's your last chance to apply for residence as EU citizens

Brits in Italy: It's your last chance to apply for residence as EU citizens

If you're living in Italy but haven't applied for Italian residence yet, you'll need to very soon. Here's how.

These 10 facts prove London is still open for business

These 10 facts prove London is still open for business

London has been a global nerve centre for nearly 2000 years and has no plans to abdicate now.

 
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Five delicious Italian food idioms, explained

Five delicious Italian food idioms, explained

It's no surprise that Italy has a lot of sayings about food. Here are five tasty expressions for you to start using today.

One in three songs on the radio 'should be Italian': League MP

One in three songs on the radio 'should be Italian': League MP

Italian radio stations must play more Italian music, according to League MPs still angry about the winner of the Sanremo Music Festival.

Italian word of the day: 'paesaggio'

Italian word of the day: 'paesaggio'

Here's a word you can definitely use on any trip to Italy.

Good curry in Italy? It exists, and it's in Florence

Good curry in Italy? It exists, and it's in Florence

It might be better known for its steak and sandwiches, but Florence is home to some of Italy's best curry houses.

12 mistakes foreigners make when moving to Italy

12 mistakes foreigners make when moving to Italy

When you move to Italy, you're bound to make a few mistakes before you settle into la dolce vita. Here are a few to look out for...

These are the thousands of job vacancies that Italy can’t fill

These are the thousands of job vacancies that Italy can’t fill

A new survey reveals how many Italian businesses are struggling to recruit staff to fill everything from tech jobs to more traditional roles like woodworking and weaving.

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What's wrong with the Italian property market?

What's wrong with the Italian property market?

House prices in Italy are stagnant, while prices across most of Europe are rising. Why is Italy lagging behind?

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Rome Ciampino airport departures closed by fire

Rome Ciampino airport departures closed by fire

Anyone travelling from Rome's Ciampino airport today can expect delays after the departures area was closed due to fire this morning.

France sees 'no reason' not to extradite Italian militants

France sees 'no reason' not to extradite Italian militants

France has changed its position on extraditing those wanted on terrorism charges by Italy or Spain, a French minister said today.

American among five stabbed in mass brawl before Lazio-Sevilla match

American among five stabbed in mass brawl before Lazio-Sevilla match

Around 40 people were involved in a street fight between Lazio and Sevilla fans in Rome, with one suffering serious injuries.

Give kids less homework over Christmas, says minister

Give kids less homework over Christmas, says minister

Italy’s Education Minister is asking schools to reduce the amount of homework over the holidays so that children can spend more time with family.

IN PHOTOS: Venice Carnival 2019 begins with a giant floating rat and tributes to the moon

IN PHOTOS: Venice Carnival 2019 begins with a giant floating rat and tributes to the moon

This year's Venice Carnival kicked off in typically extravagant style over the weekend, as thousands of visitors to the lagoon city joined locals in the annual festival.

Italy loses 10,000 doctors in 10 years to emigration

Italy loses 10,000 doctors in 10 years to emigration

More than ten thousand Italian doctors and eight thousand nurses left Italy to work abroad between 2005 and 2015, according to reports.

Italian PM faces anger after calling for change in Europe

Italian PM faces anger after calling for change in Europe

Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte was called a "puppet" and slammed over his government ministers' behaviour after his speech to MEPs in Strasbourg yesterday.