- The Quest to Save the Pink Apples of Italy
- Italy's plan to save Venice from sinking
- How to make pizza like a Neapolitan master
- Italy’s Never-Ending Crisis
- You can still buy $1 homes all over Italy
Often considered one of Italy’s most memorable dishes, beloved pizza is an ultimate comfort food and has become an ever-growing obsession around the world.
The pink apple’s history in the Sibillini mountain region goes back at least to Ancient Rome—but its future is a little less certain.
With Giorgia Meloni’s party leading in polls ahead of Sunday’s election, the Italian far right is edging closer to power.
There's chocolate, and then there's gianduiotto chocolate. An ancestor of Nutella, the melt-in-the-mouth treat is as rare as it is tasty.
It's not too late! Those homes in Italy costing 1 dollar (roughly 1 euro) are still for sale. From Gangi in Sicily to Borgomezzavalle near the Alps, here's your bargain Italian house roundup.
How to have the ultimate trip to Emilia-Romagna, Italy to visit the Parmesan Cheese Trail.
Venice is at risk of succumbing to its sinking foundations and rising sea levels. To avert disaster, the city is making changes.
Cycles of stagnation and technocratic rule in Italy.
In our third instalment on less-visited corners of Europe, we look at Italy, home to some of the world’s best-known sights, but also plenty of quieter beauty spotsHidden Greece | Hidden Croatia
Direct democracy! Universal basic income! Fascism!? The inside story of Italy’s Five Star Movement and the cyberguru who dreamed it up.
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