Como 1907 Football Club is thrilled to announce the signing of Nicholas ‘Niko’ Gioacchini, a dynamic attacking centre forward with dual American and Italian citizenship. A product of Paris FC’s youth academy system, who spent his formative years growing up in Parma, the 23 year old has signed a contract until the end of 26/27 season. Niko’s ascent...

The Italian leather goods industry is resisting economic difficulties, although its growth is restrained and production activity has slowed sharply, according to a recent survey released by Assopellettieri, the Italian association gathering together Italian leather goods manufacturers and organising the specialised trade show Mipel, whose next edit...

The Cenacle, also known as the Last Supper, is the most famous representation of Christ's last supper. It is a wall fresco, dating back to between 1494 and 1498, created by Leonardo da Vinci and commissioned by Ludovico il Moro, regent of the Duchy of Milan. The fresco is in the refectory of the Sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Grazie, in Milan. To d...

Where to go on holiday in Italy in March when nature slowly awakens with its colors and the climate starts to get milder? From north to south, Italy is an infinite sequence of magnificent places to visit at any time of the year, but even more so when everybody want to spend more time outdoor, even though the air is still crisp. Here are some excell...

Maybe NoLo owes its fortune to the dominant "smart" culture, because in the perspective of the most unbridled sharing takes things into use without purchasing them. So NoLo has become one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Milan. The name NoLo, however, does not mean "rental" (as in Italian) but more simply North Loreto, it is a very young neighborh...

Milan, a city renowned for its fast-paced cosmopolitan vibe, stands as a distinguished gem amidst Italy’s cultural repertoire. While it exudes a metropolitan allure distinct from the romanticism of Rome or the Renaissance grandeur of Florence, Milan surprises visitors with its verdant respites—lush parks and gardens inviting exploration and contemp...

It is a small Italian “gem”, but it is also the largest terraced area in Italy. Its ecosystem is rich in biodiversity, from apple orchards to forests, and its unique characteristic is the 850 hectares of heroic viticulture vineyards. The terraces are a strategic design (acknowledged as an Historic Rural Landscape and its dry stone walls are a UNESC...

Ready to become a real Mantuan? Well, here is an explosion of suggestions to fully engage and embrace the city like a true local. From the unmissable stops for first-timers to the recommendations that will make your stay more comfortable and dynamic. Here are our tips on what to see and do in Mantua like a local. Discover Mantua in 10 unique experi...

Mild and sun-drenched, with gorgeous Alpine views but also beaches, northern Italy’s glacial lakes have been popular since Roman times and offer something for everyone, from families looking for fun in the great outdoors (especially water sports, hiking and treetop adventures) to couples angling for a romantic getaway in a grande dame hotel or bout...

Cantù is a city in the province of Como with over 40,000 inhabitants, famous throughout Italy for its traditions related to craftsmanship, such as the artistic production of furniture, the "Cantù lace" from a textile point of view, which have allowed it to great economic development over the centuries and the exciting Carnival of Cantù. Thanks to i...