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Italia magazine

Italia magazine August 2019

Italia! is the award-winning magazine for everyone who has a passion for Italy. Each month, you¹ll find a wide variety of beautifully photographed and intelligently written articles to inspire and inform you. Covering every aspect of Italian life, from travel, holidays and property to food, wine and culture, we bring Italy closer to English-speaking readers across the world.

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This is the month of Ferragosto, the festival on the 15th of August celebrated throughout Italy, (also in San Marino and the canton of Ticino in Switzerland, fact fans…). If you’ve been in Italy in August, you’ll know the kind of festive mood the country is in, and you’ll find it in this issue of Italia! too! Our celebrations begin on picture-perfect Lake Como, with ten excellent reasons to visit. From historic villas and elegant gardens to mountain walks and watersports, this is a destination for all seasons. Stepping off the beaten track, we explore the little-known area of Oltrepò Pavese and its main town, Pavia. This is an undiscovered gem of a spot not far from Milan, and also the largest wine-producing zone in Lombardy. But summer means seaside for…

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this month’s contributors

CHRIS ALLSOP Making the ultimate sacrifice for the magazine this month, Chris travels to Emilia-Romagna to find out about the provenance and production of Parmigiano Reggiano PDO and its fascinating history. Naturally his investigation involves copious consumption of the king of cheeses. Well, someone has to do it… Read more on page 50. FLEUR KINSON Notable for the country’s capital at its heart, Lazio can be split into rural and urban property markets, says our expert, and the opportunities are quite different. Rome gets much of buyers’ attention, but quieter country areas like Ciociaria and the Sabine Hills can offer superb value for money. Turn to page 84. VALENTINA NICASTRO is a writer in love with her country. Having travelled widely around the globe, she realised there was more to explore closer…

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italia magazine Anthem Publishing Ltd, Suite 6, Piccadilly House, London Road, Bath BA1 6PL ☎ +44 (0) 1225 489989 (advertising) Fax +44 (0) 1225 489980 EDITOR Amanda Robinson ART EDITOR Sam Grover SUB EDITOR Jon Palmer CONTRIBUTORS Stacy Adimando, Chris Allsop, Tom Alberto Bull, Joe Gartman, Acland Geddes and Pedro da Silva, Carolyn Lyons, Fleur Kinson, Valentina Nicastro, Jenny Oldaker, Ros Ormiston, Michael Schwarz Franz Sidney, Christine Smallwood PUBLISHER Sally FitzGerald ADVERTISING MANAGER Adrian Major PRODUCTION MANAGER Craig Broadbridge MARKETING MANAGER Gemma Bailey CREATIVE DIRECTOR Jenny Cook MANAGING DIRECTOR Simon Lewis CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Jon Bickley SUBSCRIPTIONS & BACK ISSUES ☎ +44 (0) 1371 853 609 Price (12 issues) £39.50 UK basic annual rate PRINT William Gibbons & Sons Ltd ☎ +44 (0) 1902 730011 DISTRIBUTION Marketforce (UK) Ltd ☎ +44 (0) 20 3148 3300 LICENSING ENQUIRIES Regina Erak IMAGES All images © Getty Images unless otherwise stated…

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five reasons to visit italy’s famous piazzas

1 Dubbed by Napoleon “Europe’s finest drawing room”, Venice’s Piazza San Marco is simply breathtaking. Even during the height of the season, when it’s swamped with tourists, the glory of this 900-year-old piazza cannot be dimmed. It’s bordered on all sides by iconic architecture, including the likes of the magnificent Basilica di San Marco and the mighty tower of the Campanile. To fully appreciate the beauty of this square, pay a visit late in the evening, or in winter, when you will feel more like you have the place to yourself. 2 Siena’s Piazza del Campo occupies the site of the old Roman forum and is still the focus of the city’s public life. The architecture is out of this world and the palio that takes place here twice a year…

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this month news & views

Cruisers on a loser in Venice Protesters have been out in force in Venice, calling for a ban on cruise ships in the city. The calls for large vessels to be prohibited in Venice follow a dramatic crash in which the 13-deck MSC Opera ploughed into a wharf. Four people were injured in the incident, which was caused by engine failure. The crash has provided proof for many that enormous cruise liners are not just out of step with the historic beauty of the city, but also pose a serious risk to local homes, monuments and the environment. Activist group No Big Ships, which organised the latest protests, said in a statement, “The images coming out of Venice do not need many words. A large ship threatened to trigger a tragedy.…

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you tell us…

This month the Italy fans in our Facebook group share their favourite pasta dishes… What’s yours? • Linguine (or spaghetti) con vongole. First tried in Campo Santo Margherita, Venice, and have been hooked ever since! David Washington• Cacio e pepe or good gnocchi. Ann D. Thompson• Amatriciana and lasagne are my two favourites! Justine Waters • Ravioli stuffed with spinach and ricotta, served with sage butter. Full of flavour, yet light to eat. I first enjoyed it in Rome 25 years ago. Gilly Erica Send us a letter using the address on page 6 Join us on Facebook, search for Italia! magazine Find us on Twitter at @ItaliaMag Find us on Instagram at @italia_magazine…