Milan and Florence are the smartest Italian cities, according to the annual ICity Rate 2018 rankings presented in Florence Wednesday.
Trenitalia is to introduce the first direct high-speed train link between Perugia and Milan, Trenitalia confirmed this week.
According to Conde Nast Johansen, luxury tourists prefer New York, Florence, Paris and Rome as their top destinations.
The effect of Milan Expo on Italian tourism has brought 100 million euros more into the Italian economy as of August 2015 when compared with 2014.
Thirteen masterpieces by Giotto will be shown at Milan’s Palazzo Reale from September 2 to January 10.
A special train will link Pitti Immagine Uomo and Milano Moda Uomo, two major fairs in the menswear capitals of Florence and Milan.
Investing in heritage and culture are essential for change and create outstanding opportunities, national statistics agency Istat announced in its 2015 annual report.
From 2 to 10 May wine bars, tasting sessions, showcooking, entertainment and training seminars compose an ideal presentation of Florence in the city of Expo 2015.
An official Milan Expo 2015 train station was inaugurated in a ceremony on Friday March, 6, 2015.
More than 1,300 cultural events in Italy will be publicized on a new website developed by the Cultural Ministry to encourage tourism.