Dear Readers,

  Since its inception in 2009, the Italian Insider has striven to bring you breaking news and exclusive investigative stories relating to the Italian Penisula and the Mediterranean, all accessible through our online edition.

   In keeping with a desire to improve our service, The Italian Insider introduced an Online Subscription service.

    Annual private subscription for individuals to the Italian Insider website is now -- and for a limited period only 16 euros per year, 12 euros for four months or 8 euros for a week’s trial.

  Institutional subscription to our digital newspaper for Embassies, UN agencies and other international organizations and major business corporations or government departments and politicians as well as directors, deputy directors, overseas representatives, senior advisors and other senior officials of the FAO, WFP and IFAD,  legal officers and investigators for UN agencies, international organisations and specialised trade publications etc is available for 330 euros per year, 150 euros for four months and 60 euros for a week’s trial.

 Prices for institutional subscribers for print and online package or just print subscription available on request:

  We also offer a full-colour print edition subscription for individuals for an introductory price of euro 60,00 (including VAT) a year which gives you 11 issues of the 24-page print edition delivered to your door (including 35,00 euro for postage and packing to Rome/Italy).

  If you take out a print subscription we will give you an online subscription for the year ABSOLUTELY FREE.
   As an online subscriber you will receive:

   IMMEDIATE AND UNLIMITED ACCESS to every story released daily

   UNLIMITED ACCESS to our searchable archive of past articles

   REGULAR EMAIL UPDATES especially tailored to your personal interest
   PLUS many more travel and dining offers available only to online subscribers.


We are confident that our online readers will continue to enjoy our independent, comprehensive coverage of Italian and Mediterranean affairs.

   John Phillips,



2 Dec 2014