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Taste of Italy
Tuesday, October 21TH, 2014 by Francesca Bezzone
  I lived abroad for fifteen years, and the taste of Italy, I certainly missed. During this time, I have learnt a lot about my country. Yes, because for some mysterious trick of the mind, it is always when you are far from a place or from someone that you truly begin to know them: does that not ...
Where to retire in Italy
Monday, September 08TH, 2014 by Anna De Filippo
When the age of retirement has come, several foreign people decide to move to Italy; the weather, the food and the landscape are three main reasons that persuade people to move to Italy.   The good climate, the good food and the beautiful local sceneries attract many English, American and Northern...
Senior Living in Italy
Sunday, September 07TH, 2014 by
Should you Retire in Italy ? Seniors meeting at the park Ph. depositphoto.com/PickMyPics   So how is getting old in Italy ?   According to my friend Giovanni who sent me this joke :   This is the way it should have been done:  I think the life cycle is all backwards...
Let's Retire To Italy
Sunday, September 07TH, 2014 by
  (You will find legal requirements at the bottom of the article) Italy, a land of seemingly timeless beauty and charm, is quickly becoming one of the most popular locations for retirement. Stepping into Italy for the first time is like stepping into a fairytale. A captivating countryside...
Houses on sale at 1 euro
Monday, July 28TH, 2014 by
  Would you be happy to pay 1 euro for a house in Italy? It’s a dream for many, mostly the youngster who find it difficult to buy a house. It’s a dream that can come true thanx to the initiative of some Italian “comuni”, municipalities, that want to combat the desertion of some towns and revive...
Cost of Living in Italy
Friday, January 31TH, 2014 by
(Prices last updated January 2014)   A common question asked in our forum is "How much do I need to earn to live comfortably in Italy?"  We thought it would be a good idea to have an article here on the website to answer it.  A few caveats. The answers come from a number of users...
Dwellings in Italy
Saturday, January 18TH, 2014 by Anna De Filippo
  Italy is well known  for its monuments and architecture: a huge chunk of those visiting the country each year do so to enjoy the unique and amazing cohabitation of styles that is typical of our cities and towns: Medieval, Romanic, Gothic, Baroque, just to mention some, grace the...
Moving from the UK to Italy - Part 6
Monday, June 06TH, 2011 by
  By mid September, we were settling into the house, the children were attending school and we were actively searching for work. We had days that were very positive, when we'd been pro-active in delivering the translated CV's to various workplaces and the children were making friends and...
Moving from the UK to Italy - Part 5
Monday, January 10TH, 2011 by
Fay: Moving from the UK to Italy   This is part five of Fay's story. You can also read part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4.   We all had succumbed to a good deep sleep and woke happily remembering we'd finally arrived at our 'first home' in Italy, all be it a campsite! It was also...
Italian Life in a Small Town
Monday, October 11TH, 2010 by
When thinking about owning a property in Italy it's nearly impossible not to picture the typical farm house in the country, most likely in the Tuscan style, surrounded only by hills and an ocean of green grass. This image reflects what the majority of non-Italians look for when they consider buying...

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