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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Our experts are here to help with all your questions about Italy. This month we examine the attraction of the Dolomites, select a prosecco for panettone, and open an Italian bank account…

YEAR-ROUND DOLOMITES

Q What is the best all-season area in Italy to buy a second home? My wife and I are near to our retirement and want to buy a property in Italy, now we will have the time to go there quite often. We’re buying the house not only for ourselves, but also for our children and grandchildren. Can you advise us on a region where we can do great skiing, but which also offers opportunities and interesting things to do in the other seasons?

Skiing in the Dolomites in winter
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About Italia!

There’s a seasonal feel to the pages this month, kicking off with our Gift Guide, which is full to the brim with Italian treats and gifts for friends and family. We travel to Piedmont, where Turin takes Christmas lights to another level with sophisticated displays that will take your breath away; and on to Milan, where the city’s best cafés are wrapped up in Christmas cheer. To escape from it all, we discover the forgotten history of a quiet corner of Lazio that’s right off the beaten track, marvel at the extraordinary Krampus tradition, and attend a chestnut festival near Viterbo.