Italy designates Certares group as final bidder for a majority stake in state-owned ITA Airways, despite expectations Lufthansa would be the winner
Environmental concerns over plastic packaging and other issues are leading to campaigns against bottled water.
The sale of Alitalia's state-owned successor now looks to be in the very near future
Italy has 'blackout days' for strikes to avoid disrupting key travel periods.
Venice has seen, and apprehended, its first power surfboarders
We've been following the saga of Domino's invasion of Italy, from its beginnings to last week's sad(?) end.
Italy has a new tourism promotion, encouraging public displays of affection at scenic attractions.
DrFumblefinger visits the pretty Baroque town of Ragusa, in southern Sicily. The town was rebuilt after a major earthquake in the 17th century and has received UNESCO World Heritage Site status for its baroque architecture.
In Rome and Milan, Uber's app can now call a regular taxi, while it is still barred from operating its own cars.
Italy's September elections, following collapse of a coalition government, have apparently once more upset plans to sell ITA Airways.
Melting glaciers are shifting the borders between Alpine neighbors
ProfessorAbe drops in for cake, coffee and a wander around an ancient town in Italy's German-speaking South Tyrol
The famed Trevi Fountain, featured in the Fellini movie, still draws visitors into the water.
Italo's high-speed trains now sell tickets for dogs to accompany their owners without requiring a pet carrier
Italy nears a decision on a buyer for its new airline, while speculation continues about who might bid for TAP