Italy is using part of its multi-billion euro Covid recovery fund to speed up transport services. While most of that will be on high-speed lines, nearly half a billion euros will be spent reopening train lines to more remote villages, including bringing steam engines back to tourist lines. It all adds up to a significant boost for those looking for a new life, or a holiday home in Italy, whether in the cities or the countryside.
Doing your bit for the environment not only makes you feel good, but in many cases it can actually save you money too! This Mother Earth Day, we’ve been thinking about the best ways to make your Italian home more eco-friendly.
Italy’s northern lakes offer more than just outstanding views and easy accessibility from the UK or USA. The range of healthy and adventurous outdoor activities seems endless, while homes are probably more affordable than you imagine. It all adds up to a healthy lifestyle in one of the world’s most beautiful places.
There is no shortage of beautiful Italian villages. You can find them in the countryside, by the lakes and on the coast. To help you find the perfect “borgo” for you, here are six that you can reach by car or train.
When you own a holiday home in Puglia, you can escape to your own feel-good space surrounded by trees, sea and sunshine. Where else can you find countryside villas, townhouses and apartments, a short distance from the sea, at such great prices?
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