by Travis Neighbor & Monica Larner
So, you want to move to Italy for six months but you don’t speak the language well. How do you look for a job? Your heart is set on buying a farmhouse in Tuscany. What are the legal pitfalls to avoid? You’d like to study in Rome, but your college doesn’t have a program. Which schools should you apply to?
With all-new information on the Internet and on the effect of the conversion to the euro, this essential companion guide to Italy features
– hundreds of addresses and Internet sites, from real estate agencies to job banks
– details on visas, banking, taxes, and residency permits
– freelance, seasonal, part-time, and full-time employment options
– more than two hundred language schools, American colleges, and Italian universities
Written by two seasoned expatriates, Living, Studying, and Working in Italy is packed with candid insider’s tips and practical, up-to-date information for travelers of any age.