Update for 2013 the license for your television in Italy is 113,50 euros and due by 1/31/13. Visit the italian national TV website and click your lingo flag in top right hand corner for details in German, Spanish, French & English. Any doubts for a normal family house with 1 or more TVs simply pay the “abbonomenti ordinari” ordinary subscription.
Where & how to pay ? New subscribers
Existing subscribers you just need your TV licence number and a special code both on the renewal form you should have rec’d and then you can pay online at these sites: GruppoEquitalia or PaschiRiscossione
Update for 2012 the italian tv licence fee is 112euros and due by 31/1/12. Visit RAI to pay
Italian TV licence annual renewal is due by 31st January 2010 for any of you that own a house in Italy with a TV in the italian property. This is know by the Italian state TV the RAI as a subscription. Visit RAI for further details and how to pay (click relevant language flag in bottom left corner). This also applies to you italian abroad still owning your house in Italy. Annual subscription 109 euros for 12 months.
ps Some of you may have searched italy TV license not Italian TV licence.
Remember Salemi ? and the 1 Euro property regeneration project…
Follow here for a Salemi 2012 update further to recent Salemi news.
FreeSki for 6 days at Brembo Ski in Val Brembana, 1 hour north of Bergamo BGY airport, Italy. Book a ski apartment or ski chalet from the participating ski accomodation in Foppolo for 1 week and get a 6 day free ski pass.
Brembo ski pass daily price is 21euros, saving you 126 euros.
Offer is available during the following dates :
7-15 January 2012 / 14-22 January 2012 / 17-25 March 2012 / 24 March – 1 April 2012 /.
You must stay in either :
3 star 7 day half pension ski hotel/chalet (costs 355euros/person/week) or a 2 star 7 day half pension ski apartment costing 306 euros/person/week. Get your voucher at the ski hotel and present at the Brembo ski lifts and pick up the 6 day free ski pass.
La Valle Brembana : Brembana Valley : Brembo Ski
Just over 1 hours drive north from Bergamo airport BGY (ryanair call it Milan-Bergamo or as it is known locally “Orio al Serio” airport), you can be in the Brembana Valley ski resorts of Foppolo – Carona – San Simone, collectively known as the ski resort “Brembo Ski”.
We have many Italian ski chalets, ski apartments for sale In Italy on our books. Contact for more details.
Why Brembo Ski ? Its just over an hours drive from BGY. That is it’s the nearest skiing to any Italian airport. It’s already popular with English school trips. Many small apartments ideal for kids groups. A 1970’s resort a bit like Marilleva, was popular but as skiing became more of a lifestyle event rather than intensive skiing they lost their market share to other smarter resorts. There were political problems between the 3 local resorts and they never got it together. Now the local mayors of each town are on the same side and they are re-investing into the infrastructure and have brought serious international investors in to the area.
The Italian group De Benedetti has recently bought out the whole old ski infrastructure and is now committed with local partners to spend over 100million euros in the redevelopment of the area, creating new hotels, new parking, new ski lifts and new property developments.
Skiing : these slopes are great for beginners & intermediate skiers.
Follows relevant ski local website information for documenting :
http://www.brembanaski.com/ (English links in bottom right hand corner)
Early snow above 1000m in the Italian Dolomites has triggered skiing fever for winter 2011-2012 ski in Italy. In the Dolomiti Superski Italian ski resorts the ski season for winter 2011-2012 is due to start on 26th November 2011. Special holiday deals are available through Dolomiti Super Premiere for the early season till 22/12/11 offering 4 nights for the price of 3.
Would you like to buy italian ski property in Canazei, Corvara, Val di Zoldo or Alleghe in the Italian Dolomites then contact MIPC to view some ski investment properties in Italy.
Medieval village in Gran Sasso national park in Abruzzo for sale £485,000 / Euros 555,000 / $800,000
The small abandoned mountain village of Valle Piola consists of a church, 11 stone delapidated stone houses and 2 farmers barns. Interesting proposal for the development of a boutique village/hotel.
View more photos here at Italian Property Valle Piola.
Estimated restoration fees at 1500euros/square metre would involve a development fund of at least 2 million+.
A similar business model has been developed at Santo Stefano di Sessanio and offers unique hotel accomodation in a medieval village. Meandering in the narrow village cobbled streets, history, luxury accomodation and restaurants around every corner. I visited Santo Stefano 4 years ago when it was in the stage of development. incredabile really that a mountain village can be refurbished and turn in a tourist destination. The weather here is great in summer with sun and fresh mountain air. In winter there are ski facilities nearby.
A similar business model is also been designed by the same architect of Santo Stefano in Salemi, Sicily. Here the ruins are for sale at 1 euro and registration for a property is open at Salemi.
In Italy there are many restoration properties available. You are advised to get a qualified surveyor and fixed price construction quotes for the restoration as many restoration projects heavily run over budget.
The italian defense department has recently offered for sale some of her assets, including some intersting buildings. One in particulr is the light house on the italian island of Marettimo in the Egadi islands near Trapani sicily, next to the islands od Levanzo and Favignana. I will be visiting it on Sunday to take some photos and will report back next week. This is an interesting italian property development opportunity of a lighthouse on an accesabile island in Italy, I see a boutique hotel/residence with an exclusive mooring for yachts and a private jet runway or helicpoter landing pad….Buy a piece of italian history…sign up to our RSS to keep updated on this italian historic building development opportunity in Italy on the Egadi Islands near Trapani, Sicily in Marettimo.
Sicily continues to be highlighted in travel destinations as the sicilian lifestyle in it’s new era is discovered by international tourism. International investment opportunities are opening up. The UK telegraph continues with further articles on Sicily.
A guide to Sicily
Sicily : A new dawn
Considering a holiday in sicily, contact us for further details. Sicilian villas, B&B, property and more in Sicily.
Planning a holiday this 2011 ? Then Italy should be high on your list. Take a read of the UK telegraphs Italy holiday planner for 2011. Key areas of interest the “New Sicily” and “Iseo”, 2 key areas MIPC have an interest in where we can find you italian holiday homes and enhance your holiday with the MIPC local italian guide books and concierge service. Happy New Year and we hope to see you on holiday in Italy this 2011.