Climate Activists in Rome Dyed the Trevi Fountain’s Water Black in Response to Recent Floods
The famed landmark will be drained, cleaned, and re-filled. There are no indications it has sustained any damage.
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A Trove of 2,000-Year-Old Roman Coins Was Just Discovered in an Italian Forest
An archaeological group found the hoard while hiking through a newly cut forest northeast of the Tuscan city Livorno.
Six Senses Just Opened a Luxe New Hotel in Rome. Here’s a Look Inside.
Brand identity is adding world character to the city’s vibrant hotel scene. Just don’t expect the design to feel particularly Roman.
Amid Milan’s Booming Real Estate Market, Luxury Buyers Are Turning Toward Rome for Better Deals
Home buyers are getting the Italian charm they’re looking for half the price of homes in Milan.
A Curated Guide to Rome: Where to Eat, Stay and Play in the Eternal City
The Italian city is buzzing with new exhibition, hotel and restaurant openings.
Italy Is Hosting the Ryder Cup for the First Time. Here’s What It Could Mean for the Country’s Golf Scene.
The biennial event, taking place at the redeveloped Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, could drum up interest in the sport.
Exclusive: This $45 Million Historic Villa in Italy Comes With Its Own Vineyard—and Restaurant
And it’s only 20 miles outside of Rome.
The Dirty, Difficult Truth About the Vaunted Mille Miglia Car Race
Beyond the thrill, the danger and the glamour, what you’re paying for is exhaustion.