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36 Hours in Lecce, Italy

Clockwise from top left: on Via Libertini, cycling by Porta Rudiae, detail of Basilica di Santa Croce, the beach in San Cataldo and Trattoria di Nonna Tetti.CreditCreditGianni Cipriano for The New York Times   Thanks to dozens of mostly Baroque-era churches packing its maze of narrow streets, Lecce, the “Florence of the South,” dazzles with elaborately carved facades and interiors that erupt...

UK nationals in Italy assured of residency in event of no Brexit deal

British in Italy group say their worst fears are over after landing new year Brexit break. British nationals settled in Italy have landed a new year Brexit break after the Italian government announced they would remain legal residents of the country in the event of no deal. High level officials from the Ministero degli Affari Esteri told volunteers in the British in Italy campaign group that they...

Italy confirms and expands non-dom regime to target retirees

Following the success of the Italian non-dom system for HNWIs, the Italian Parliament has recently passed a new tax measure, which confirms the intention of the Italian government to attract foreigners into their Country. Therefore, the stability of the Italian non-dom regime is no longer questionable. In particular, a new favourable tax regime has been introduced with the aim to attract foreign tax...

PUNTA PROSCIUTTO IN PUGLIA IS AMONG THE 29 MOST BEAUTIFUL BEACHES IN THE WORLD

t gives you a pleasant feeling when the most important newspapers and magazines in the world write that your beach is among the most beautiful ones … in the world! It had already happened with the beach where I was born in Torre Lapillo, when The Guardian listed it among the 10 most beautiful little-known beaches in the world. Now its the nearby beach of Punta Prosciutto’s turn: this time it’s...

Municipality – Alberobello

In the heart of the Murgia dei Trulli, 50 kilometres (31 miles) away from Bari, a lovely spread of pinnacles announces Alberobello’s characteristic historic centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old town centre, which has also been awarded the Touring Club of Italy’s Orange Flag, is entirely composed of trulli, traditional drystone huts whitened with quicklime and capped by conical bare-stone...

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