Read on for more tips on organizing events and conferences in Italy.
Fall is the season of colors: earthy shades alternate with lively foliage colors, and the vibrant patterns are evident both in the natural landscape and in the seasonal produce. In Italy, fall is one of the best seasons to celebrate the Sense of Sight for another...read more
The Via Francigena (or Via Romea) is an ancient pilgrims' route that goes from Canterbury to Rome. The route was particularly important during medieval times for those wishing to visit the Holy See. Documented for the first time in 990 by Sigeric, Archbishop of...read more
Here are some tips to inspire you with original venues and activities for you to consider for your next Italian event - whether it is a wedding, corporate meeting, family & friends’ reunion, or foodie event. The content is taken from our "Fall Newsletter": we love...read more
Cinque Terre, Portofino, Santa Margherita Ligure, Rapallo, Sestri Levante… you have probably heard of Liguria’s most famous attractions. Yet, this narrow and long Italian region also offers a ton of off-the-beaten-track destinations, hidden gems waiting to be...read more
This simple infographic gives you ideas and tips on how to design, plan and execute an original corporate event with a long-last impact. If you would like to see how these concepts were put into practice in an authentic, luxury product launch by Italian Special...read more
Cities are today home to more than half of the world’s population and to three quarters of its economic activity. It is at local level that culture and creativity are primarily lived and practiced on a daily basis. Consequently, urban areas have become the main...read more