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Capital city of Florence, Tuscany is considered as the birthplace of the Renaissance. World famous for its beautiful landscapes, traditions, history, art heritage and cultural influences, it is a top destination for expatriation.

Living in Tuscany, you will experience the population's warm welcome and quality living far from the turpitude of urban life. You will also discover the local cuisine and wine.

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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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Solo Trip to Capri

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I am a single mom who moved to Cortona, Italy in April 2016, with my one eyed Shih Tzu, Stella. My blog, Stella and Nancy's Adventures in Tuscany, share with you a zany but true depiction of life in Italy.

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My husband and I renovated a 350 year old house and we are exploring life in Italy


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One spoiled Canadian livin' la bella vita in Tuscany. I came, I saw, I hemmed and hawed, and now I'm conquering.


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