As coronavirus infection rates continue to fall in Italy, health authorities said they will relax the current requirement to wear masks at all times outside from June 28th.
Applying to universities can be a nerve-wracking experience. In competitive field, what’s the best way to stand out? The Local looks at how making an unconventional application – and using digital media to present your authentic self – could secure your place at a top university or business school.
The UN art heritage agency has said it may put Venice on its ‘endangered’ list if the lagoon city does not permanently ban cruise ships from docking there.
As almost all Italian regions are declared low-risk coronavirus 'white' zones from Monday, here's a closer look at what that means for residents and visitors.
A World War II veteran who founded a support group for British nationals in Italy has been awarded an OBE for his services to fellow Brits abroad, the UK government has announced.
As the re-introduction of quarantine and testing have changed plans for those travelling to Italy from the UK, here are the latest rules you need to know and what restrictions remain in place.
Should you use scusi, scusa, or something else?
Italy has promised to offer Covid-19 vaccines to anyone who wants them, but people outside the public healthcare system continue to have difficulty making an appointment. With different regional systems in place, here's what to do if you're struggling to book a shot in your part of the country.
With Italy now rolling out its health pass, those who get vaccinated here will be able to download a digital health certificate - but what if you were vaccinated in another country?
The Italian government has made funding available for major home renovations, and it turns out you could access the funds more than once - for the same property. Here's what we found.
Not all gelato is created equal.
Austria’s Leoben Justice Centre, located in the southeastern state of Styria, consistently ranks as one of the best prisons in the world.