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Living in Umbria

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Located in Central Italy, Umbria is the only region which does not share political borders and is not close to the sea. Still, it has seduced many expatriates over the years thanks to its green cities and impressive hills.

Rich in history and traditions, Umbria has a diversified economy which is mainly based on agriculture and industry. Hence, many career prospects are available for expatriates.

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If you have decided to relocate your family to Italy, you probably already recognise the huge emphasis that the country places on family, and perhaps it even played a part in you deciding to move there.

Transporting a domestic animal can seem like a complex process but if you have all the correct documentation, you shouldn’t encounter any obstacles along the way.

Rome - the ‘Eternal City’ - is a beautiful hodgepodge of classical ruins, baroque palazzo, world-class museums, renaissance fountains, plenty of trattorias, pizzerias, shops, and a buzzing aperitivo scene. There’s plenty to do and something for everyone in this vibrant capital city.

Famous for being one of the biggest fashion and design capitals in the world, Milan has so much more to offer expats than shopping. It is brimming with renowned museums, prestigious institutions, contemporary art galleries, home to one of Italy’s best football teams, and full of vibrant bars and nightlife.

Located in the Western Alps, overlooked by snowy peaks and enclosed by the River Po, Turin offers expats an abundance of things to do. Famous for both ancient and modern history, Turin also offers palaces, museums, parks, restaurants, and historic houses, as well as 18km of porticos and plenty of trattorie, bars, and nightclubs.

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Living the Dream

2 years ago

Experiences of emigrating from the UK to Italy, plus hints and tips I've picked up along the way

Umbrian Phil
Americans in Umbria

4 years ago

Our experiences retiring to a small town in Umbria,

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Summer Elegant Italian Parmigiana: AROMA CUCINA

4 years ago

AROMA CUCINA http://bit.ly/13392eY This is actually one of my favorite summer dishes, meant to be served at room temp, and with a cold crisp glass of white wine (ours was Verdicchio from Le Marche, a perfect match!).

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