News from italy

Italy’s Green Pass

October 2021 |
Italy’s Green Pass, a digital certificate showing that people have been vaccinated, tested negative or recovered from covid-19, and is required for dining indoors in restaurants, long-distance travel and a host of cultural and leisure activities in...

In future Venice can be visited only in turnstiles

October 2021 |
Booking to enter the city via an app, a tourist tax and turnstiles are all closer to becoming a reality in Venice, as its mayor announced last month further details about how authorities plan to make tourism in the city more sustainable. Venice has...

Pope Francis sent 15,000 Ice Creams

October 2021 |
Pope Francis sent 15,000 ice creams to prisoners to help them cool down during what has been one of the hottest summers on record in Italy. The ice creams were delivered to Rome’s two prisons, Regina Coeli in the center of the city and Rebibbia on...

Afghan Italian's embassy move to Doha

October 2021 |
Italy plans to move its Afghan embassy to Doha, in Qatar, Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said last month, the latest indication of Western diplomats setting up permanently outside Afghanistan in the wake of the Taliban takeover. The...

The only man living on the island of Budelli was evicted

September 2021 |
The sole inhabitant of a tiny Mediterranean island called Budelli was forced to leave his home of more than 30 years after a political scuffle over ownership of the island. Mauro Morandi, now 82-years-old, was evicted from the island he called home...

It's too hot... Beach is burning in Pescara

September 2021 |
As one of the worst heatwaves in decades swept across southeast Europe, more than 800 wildfires have devastated Italy, Spain, Greece, and Turkey. In early August, tourists were evacuated after fires burned a pine forest near a beach in Pescara,...

Digital certificate VS Covid-19

September 2021 |
Italy introduced a digital certificate for access to some services and venues in an effort to curb COVID infections. The "green pass" will allow access for people who have had at least one vaccine dose, have recovered from coronavirus or who have...

Discovered a Roman Vessel in Mediterranean Sea

September 2021 |
An ancient Roman vessel dating back to the second century BC was discovered in the Mediterranean Sea off the Sicilian coast of Palermo. The ship, lying at a depth of about 300 feet near Isola delle Femmine, is one of a number of wrecks found in...

Italy won Soccer European Championship

August 2021 |
Thousands of fans packed Rome’s sidewalks to wildly cheer Europe’s new soccer champions as Italy toured the city in an open-topped bus in July, crowning a day that saw them honored at the presidential palace and premier’s office and cited by the...
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