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Overtourism Awareness Month

Overtourism Awareness Month

August is Italy’s busiest tourist month. The mass influx of visitors in popular destinations puts a strain on the local environment and communities. And so the debate restarts, about how to manage or whether to limit tourism in areas like the Cinque Terre and the...
Activities for conferences

Activities for conferences

Conferences are fast changing and innovating. The days that we’ll get participants into the room to listen to an expert and have coffee breaks in between are over. Today’s conferences are innovating in many aspects. These include education formats, networking,...
Glamorous Italy: a fashion, gourmet & art experience

Glamorous Italy: a fashion, gourmet & art experience

If you think that “La Dolce Vita” is a thing of the past… you have never had the chance to enjoy a glamorous experience in Italy! After all, the country has been an A-lister favorite since the 1950s. Just to mention a few stars that have chosen Italy for special...
Italy’s Creative Cities: Crafts, Design & Music

Italy’s Creative Cities: Crafts, Design & Music

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...
48 hours in Turin

48 hours in Turin

Turin, the first capital of a united Italy, offers great cuisine and surprising cultural gems. Current headlines feature it for the Exhibition of the Holy Shroud from 19 April to 24 June 2015, and for reopening its Egyptian Museum after a pharaonic €50 million revamp....