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You can browse the latest Italy property news at Italy Property Guides. Here, you’ll find updates on all things to do with the Italian property market, essential if you plan on buying a property in Italy. We cover many topics, including market forecasts, new laws and regulations, and property trends.


Puglia’s perfect valley: 4 ideal places to buy in Itria

Puglia’s perfect valley: 4 ideal places to buy in Itria

The Itria Valley is one of the most popular areas in Puglia for house buyers and tourists alike. Once you see the countryside with its gently rolling hills, red soil, dry stone walls, olive groves and vineyards, dotted with the coned-shaped trulli and masserie, you’ll be tempted to buy a property in the Itria Valley too.
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Gluten Free food in Italy

It is possible to enjoy a healthy Mediterranean diet that is gluten free in Italy. Italians love their food, and are also aware of the connection between health and what they eat. Much of Italian cuisine is based on using fresh local produce as part of the famous Mediterranean diet. An Italian Supermarket chain, Co-op, did a survey of its customers and discovered that 70% of Italians are willing to pay more for all natural foods, 65% are willing to pay more for non-GMO foods and 62% for organic foods.
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Rome’s first female Mayor

Germany has Angela Merkel, the UK has Theresa May, but what about Italy? Are the Italian people ready to put a woman in a position of power? Given the opportunity, maybe so. In June, the Five Star Movement (M5S) made significant victories in local elections, with women achieving the positions of Mayor in Rome and Turin. Turin is known as the home of Italy’s automotive industry, although much of Fiat’s production has now left Italy for cheaper locations. For 16 years, it was a core Democratic Party constituency, and previous Mayors have attempted to turn it into a tourist area. Rome, the countr
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Summer Events in Italy

Summer in Italy is full of festivals, concerts, processions and great food. So, join in with the locals and immerse yourself in the tradition and culture.  
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Brexit: How it affects life in Italy.

How has the EU referendum result changed people’s views in Italy about the UK and their own place in the European Union. Italians have previously looked up to Britain as a stable, well organised nation of people, with utmost common sense. But since the EU referendum result and the flow of British political leaders dropping out of taking responsibility, they are looking at us Brits with a mixture of sympathy and disbelief.
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