We're coming to Kickstarter

ItalyGuides.it is a small project dedicated to Italy but with big ambitions.

That’s why we’re here to ask for your support.

Our passion is about revolutionizing the world of art and tourism.

Italy is an amazing country but strangely not very well known. We’re the country with the biggest number of artistic treasures in the world but almost all of them are practically unknown.

Its artistic and cultural heritage is huge and usually described in stodgy, academic terms, sometimes hard to understand.

ItalyGuides.it wants to be the answer to that problem.

We want to show people Italy in a totally different, innovative way.

“Since 1994, more than 25 million users have appreciated ItalyGuides.it. It’s been a lot of hard work but we love doing it.”

Today, we’re literally submerged with requests from every part of the world: teachers asking us if they can use our work with their students, art lovers requesting us to do a guide on a particular city, tourists looking for advice.

But our budget just can’t cover all these requests. To be able to continue this project, ItalyGuides.it has to grow...and that’s why we decided to bring it to Kickstarter and ask you support us through crowdfounding.


Get to know us better and learn more about our projects!

The first two projects coming up are “3D Masterworks” and the “The secrets of the Amalfi Coast”.


How to help us?

Thousands of people supported us during these last years and if you want to follow what we’re doing and maybe even help out, sign up for our newsletter.

So you can get all the latest info about our projects and how you can help us make them a reality.

Grazie!

Lets keep in touch:


A special thanks to those friends:

  • New York Italians
  • L'Italo-Americano Newspaper
  • We The Italians
  • Wanted in Rome

What is Kickstarter?

Kickstarter is a crowdfunding website that allows small businesses (like us!) to ask for community support to fund a project.

Kickstarter has provided us the platform to ask our community for funding, and the ability for our community to securely contribute to our equipment needs.

Kickstarter is an all-or-nothing funding mechanism. In short, we are either fully funded, or not funded at all. We will not receive any funding if we do not get our goal in support from our backers.

Crowd-sourced fundraising sites like Kickstarter have been an incredible boon to the independent development community.

They democratize the process by allowing consumers to support the projects they want to see developed and give the developers the freedom to experiment, take risks, and design without anyone else compromising their vision. It's the kind of creative luxury that most major, established studios simply can't afford. At least, not until now.

Let’s make this dream happen!