Gruppo Editoriale

Since 1997, Gruppo Editoriale has published international, dual language (Italian/English) magazines dedicated to the most important art and tourism cities in Italy, including Firenze Made in Tuscany, Venezia Made in Veneto, Capri the Divine Coast, Roma the Eternal City and Milano the City of Style. Distributed in the leading bookshops, the most important 5-star hotels, restaurants and boutiques, the magazines recount these extraordinary cities from an original and authentic perspective, and comprise real stories, images taken by some of the most renowned photographers, interviews with figures in the worlds of performance, fashion, music and art connected to the territory, the faces of people who live them day after day and interesting and oft-unknown anecdotes, as well as news stories and information about exhibitions, events and food and wine.

Gruppo Editoriale also oversees the official magazines for the most prestigious hotel chains in Italy, including Starhotels, and publishes Handbook, the magazine for the Costa Smeralda Consortium, now in its 44th year.
The publishing house also boasts a rich series of coffee table books dedicated to historic photography archives, iconic destinations and great artists, like Fashion in Florence Through the Lens of Archivio Foto Locchi, Milano by Maurizio Galimberti, Waterbones Loris Cecchini and La Capannina di Franceschi, the latter of which was released for the 90th anniversary of the famous beach resort in Forte dei Marmi.

Through its numerous and varied magazines, Gruppo Editoriale has become a continuous and attentive observatory of the Bel Paese, and since 2010, the company has been part of the world of craftsmanship with the guides Firenze su misura, Milano su misura and Italia su misura. The publishing house also designs and manages websites, apps and social network pages, personalizing their graphics and content.


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