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As Italy's capital city, Rome is a choice destination for many expatriates looking forward to work and settle in the country. As a modern and multicultural cosmopolitan area, it is much appreciated by professionals, students and retirees seeking revival.

By choosing to move to Rome, you will discover an unparalleled cultural and historical heritage as portrayed by the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Pantheon.

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Italy Users' Guide

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An in-depth look at a variety of aspects of life in Rome and Italy in general that uses humor as well as my 40 years of Italian expertise both to amuse and inform.

My Home Sweet Rome

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After 40 years in the Eternal City as a journalist and writer, I have seen it all. In this blog, I tell you what's going on in Rome and in Italy in general, explain the intricacies of Italian life, often by recounting the details of my daily comings and goings.

Truly, Madly, Italy

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By addressing such matters as 'Why is the grocery store closed at lunchtime?' and 'Why are Italian drivers so ANGRY all the time?' 'Truly, Madly, Italy' tries to elucidate the often-complex and contradictory reality of Italian life, for would-be expats, and anyone with an interest in Italy. It's also a go-to blog for Italian-learning content and advice. We're a very long way from Under the Tuscan Sun but if you are interested in the language, the food, the characters, the social norms and daily challenges of expat life - you're in the right place!


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