What could be more photogenic and alluring than enchanting images of Venice? A multitalented editorial director, musician and photographer, Lorenzo veers away from cliché captures of the Venetian lagoon and instead presents its moody and mystical spirit through masterful shots of its foggiest days.
An interface designer and photographer based in Rome, Sara has a passion for the city’s hidden corners, ochre tones and scenes of daily life. Her photos remind you that despite being a capital, Rome often feels more like a village with its winding cobblestone streets, overgrown ivy, peeling patina.
Davide’s background in design and the fine arts shines through in his exquisite photography which transports you directly into his lush, technicolor scenes. Light emanates from Davide’s images in a way that feels 3-dimensional and visceral, while water elements are so reflective they generate a dreamlike reverie.
For a peek at Italy’s elegant north, look no further than the feed of two Russian women in Milan who take you on a visual journey through the cities of Lombardy. With a focus on architecture, this account showcases opulent villas, posh city streets and provides many birds-eye views that give you a great sense of each place.
Le Marche’s once overlooked riviera has become one of Instagram’s main attractions thanks in part to Alessandro’s passion for photographing its dramatic cliffs and pristine coves. La Riviera del Conero and its lovely beaches often make an appearance in his feed, helping to promote Italy’s lesser-known coast.
Ciro captures the sunny and joyful side of Naples in his images of the city’s animated streets, landscapes and people. In his feed, Neapolitan characters are exuberantly captured in their element and you’ll find lots of stunning images of the Bay of Naples, illuminated at all hours of the day.
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A Sicilian transplant in Rome, Peppe’s feed features photos that transmit an irresistibly dewy rose-gold glow that heightens the allure of each stunning place he visits. Check out his account for a local’s perspective of Sicily’s hidden gems along with gorgeous photos of his beloved hometown, Scicli.
With a color palette of brick red and burnt orange, plus a healthy dose of images depicting light streaming through covered arches, Oriana’s feed could only be set in Bologna, aptly named ‘La Rossa’ (The Red). She captures lively street scenes and the characteristic architecture of Emilia-Romagna’s capital.
Emma’s photos have a deliciously melancholy quality to them, freezing a moment in time and simultaneously transmitting a sense of longing and peace to the viewer. Her photos capture the calm of natural landscapes and the solitude of lone figures amidst lovely landscapes around Italy.
Archaeologist, professor, and documentary host Darius takes you on a trip to ancient Italy through his photos of cultural heritage sites and monuments across the country. He catalogues remarkable sites and ruins and transmits his passion for history and preservation through educational tidbits in his captions.
Seniors citizens are a beloved, well-respected and integral part of Italy’s culture and social fabric. ‘Not my grandparents’ captures the older generation out and about in their daily lives: going to the market, chatting away in city piazzas and just standing around looking oh-so-cute chic in their vintage attire.
An outdoor enthusiast, avid bicyclist and mountain lover, Ivan photographs enchanting scenes of Italy’s charming towns, forests, creeks and bike paths. A fan of the cooler months, his images transmit the spirit of autumn almost year-round, and his open-road mountain scenes are sure to delight your sense of adventure.
If you’re after lush, vibrant and inspiring images with an editorial feel, pay a visit to Paolo’s feed which showcases the most beautiful towns in Italy’s central Umbria region. Gems like Assisi and Perugia make frequent appearances, capturing the small-town feel and local charm of these noteworthy hilltop towns.
David is a photographer who shows you the decadent side of Rome and Italy: its curated interiors, tempting #onthetable lunches, and plenty of panoramas of the country’s greatest sites. His photos of the Eternal City always reveal a fresh eye, capturing well-loved monuments from new and different angles.
For a voyage through Sicily and an appreciation for its layers, colors and geographic diversity, check out Antonio’s feed of life around its western coastal cities. Scenes of fishmermen and painted boats abound, along with local markets, picturesque alleys, tiny vehicles and of course, Mediterranean views.
Marco’s images of Venice have a real texture and energy to them, vibrantly showcasing the splendid city to his followers. His background in architecture is evident from his emphasis on composition and he’ll introduce you to new perspectives and hidden corners of the city that only a local would know.