If you are considering purchasing property in Italy but you are not an Italian citizen and you do not live in the country, the bureaucratic and legal process of buying a property might sound complex. Our advice is to seek the help from real estate attorneys and professionals in the real estate market who can…

Tuscany is considered to be the cradle of Renaissance art, the heart of Italian literature and the land of some of the best wines in the world. The region borders with Liguria, Emilia Romagna, Marche, Umbria and Lazio. Tuscany is crossed by major mountainous chains, but it also has a few fertile plains and more…

Here’s a continuation of a previous article about the most beautiful villages in Italy. Todi (Perugia)   Todi is a small village in the heart of Umbria; it is located near the river Tiber. The village was first under the Etruscan control then it fell under the Romans and the Bizantines’ control. Finally, it became…

  With more than two thousand years of history Verona is the second largest city in Veneto thanks to its thriving economy and its cultural and natural attractions. It is indeed a special and charming place to live in and to buy a property! If you decide to live in Verona you will be fascinated…