Italy’s remarkable cultural, artistic, natural and gastronomic richness undoubtedly offers numerous advantages to attract the wealthiest buyers.
First of all, the capital, Rome, is the Eternal City, the promise of a journey through time, to discover the power of the Roman Empire or its influence in Baroque and Renaissance art. Economic and financial capital of Italy, Milan is the hub of fashion and worldliness, too; a livable city with upscale apartments or luxury houses with liberty, neoclassical or modern façades. But Italy is also an intertwining of different and varied regions such as Veneto with legendary Venice, Liguria with Genoa, Portofino, the Cinque Terre; the center of Italy with cultural sites such as Florence, Assisi, Siena, and Tuscany, the green lung of Italy, where prestigious properties are highly sought after for their refined charm and idyllic tranquility. Beautiful Umbria and the Marche coast shouldn’t be missed either, while Campania offers gems such as the picturesque Naples and Pompeii, without forgetting Apulia and its art cities, like Lecce or Bari, or its white-sand beaches.