Officially launched on 1st July 2020, one of Italy's incentives to encourage tourism, the holiday bonus, is still raising some doubts. A survey by UnionCamere shows that the participating facilities including hotels and tourist accommodation are still in the minority.
Summer 2020 looks set to be one of the most complicated and unique in recent history due to the coronavirus emergency in Italy and across the world. However, the government's stated intention is not to prevent holidays for residents in Italy, above all to help the tourism sector.
The coronavirus emergency has already dealt a severe blow to one of Italy's most valuable sectors: tourism. And, with the summer season just around the corner, questions are growing as to whether, and if so how, one can go to the beach and enjoy the summer season in Italy by the sea.
We often think of Carnival as an occasion for children to have fun, but in reality it is a festival that harks back to ancient pagan celebrations in the Greco-Roman era when it was characterised by rituals to bring in a prosperous agricultural year, the reversal of hierarchical relationships in soci
In Italy, there is strong growth in the rental market, especially in the short-term rental sector. According to data from Sceneri Immobiliari, in fact, this sector has grown from 11 to 18% over the past year, the highest increase in Europe.
Autumn is a slow season in Italy; little by little, the trees change colour, the leaves fall off the branches to the ground forming a colourful carpet, and the animals prepare to crawl into a long winter sleep.
On November 11th, St. Martin’s Day (“San Martino”) is celebrated, a popular feast throughout Italy. This tradition, linked to the history of the saint who gave half of his cloak to a beggar, marked an emblematic moment in rural life.
Italy has several villages that will help you travel through time and enjoy medieval charm. The atmosphere of these villages is magical and you lose track of time when you begin to walk its streets full of history.