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The first thing you might notice about this book is that it lacks references to Italy's great art, popular tourist sites, and best hotels. But remember, this is no ordinary guidebook--leave the tourist stuff to others and let Neighbor and Larner take you on a tour of everyday life as an expatriate in Italy. Here you'll find information about taking language courses and teaching English, volunteering for archeological digs, and starting a business. There are plenty of practical tips about visas, banking, residency requirements, and--alas!--taxes. There are lists of language schools, volunteer opportunities, and internship programs as well as information about freelance, part-time, and full-time employment opportunities. In short, this guidebook extraordinaire might just be an expatriate's best friend in Italy. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The book was published in 2006, so i am not confident that much of the information will be useful for living , studying and workin in Italy today............Published 7 months ago by Tracey Castle
Very good, thorough and informative guide book. We found it very helpful.Published 12 months ago by N. Maclean
Good as a supplement with other sources on a narrow subject. Some useful info if you are a tourist going to or passing through Italy.Published 21 months ago by Frank J
While this book gives a good overview of things to know and expect, it is very dated. You'd be better off buying one of many newer written books on the topic. Read morePublished on October 19, 2013 by V. Winkler
Ive bought several books on moving to italy and this one may be one of my favorites. It's a no nonsense, skip the piazza and Margarita pizza tourist book and tell me how to survive... Read morePublished on June 4, 2013 by VT67
My dream is to spend time in Italy at least a few months a year. I have not read the whole book, but the author certainly gives great advice to people planning on spending time in... Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by G. Torie zannini
This book is interesting for the tidbits about the things to consider when moving, but it's very outdated. Italy has been using the Euro for what, 10 years? Read morePublished on January 27, 2013 by C Bianciardi