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InterNations - a trusted Network & Guide for Expats in Italy

  • Join our community and get to know members of Italy’s vibrant expat community
  • Receive reliable information and exchange insider tips about the Italian expat living
  • Meet fellow expatriates at top InterNations events in Rome, Napoli and many other regions

Welcome to the InterNations Expats Forum for Italy!

Buongiorno, and a warm welcome to the InterNations Italy expats forum! As a current or soon-to-be expat in Rome, or any other of the Italian expat hotspots like Milan, you will doubtlessly have numerous questions about expat life. Become a member of our InterNations community in Italy and find reliable tips on the successive stages of the relocation process. No matter if you’re enquiring about visa or immigration documents at the Italian embassy, looking for expat housing in Napoli, or would like to see the Italian attractions, like the mountain slopes of Val d'Aosta – who knows more about such things than other expats? Our expat forums for Italy can connect you with local expat circles.

Latest Posts in Italy Expat Forum

 Italy Expat Q&A

Learning Italian.

Hi, I am looking for an Italian academy in Rome starting october, any suggestions? Thanks.

Re: French lessons

Hi Annalisa, I can teach you conversational French if you want, and we can focus on the vocabulary ...

Re: Italian classes

Ciao... You can try Scudit school, in zona san giovani roma, they are really good :)

 Italy Town Talk

Re: Anyone have any effective weight control advice?

I am also trying to find a way to control weight! I am afraid I am passionately addicted to sweet...

Re: ♦♦♦ Roman(i)tif ♦♦♦ The Roman Aperitif for English

Happy to be part of the crew, looking fwd of that!

The Big George Walk [MOVED]

The event moved to another activity group We are already 7 attendees :-) C'mon!!! http://www...

 Italy Expat Housing

Re: Flat in Milan to rent (as I have moved to London)

Ciao Sonia, I am currently in London and I do not photos with me to send over right now. Is you ...

Re: Milan CityLife

Thanks for your comments! I now decided for a very nice apartment on Viale di Porta Vercellina :)...

Re: Selling a 2 bedroom apt in sansiro

I forgot to say... International school is just around the corner!

 Italy Expat Jobs

Looking for work

Hello! I am looking for work either in Florence or outside. I have my work papers, car, drivers lic...

Re: Recruiter vacancy

My fiancè has 2 degrees in HR where can she send her CV. Please write to my email: vincent.argondiz...

Danish language

Hi! I'm looking for a dane in Genoa for some language lessons, is there anybody? I'm studying alon...

 Italy Expat Marketplace

Selling my house in Chianti...

Hi, I live in an attractive corner stonehouse in the middle of the Chianti area, 33 km away from Si...

Re: Furniture and moving back to Rome

Hey! I might be interested to some of your furniture! PM me :)

Looking for CD plated car

Just arrived in Rome and looking for a CD plated car, please Inbox me if someone at your Mission is...

Members assist Members in the Italy Expat Forums

Our trust-based community was developed to help expatriates in Italy swap suggestions and advice on all expat-relevant enquiries, e.g., ʺHow do I best deal with "red tape" and Italian bureaucracy?ʺ or ʺHow do I go about finding some non-touristy restaurants with traditional cuisine?ʺ. In a community that’s all about expat living in Italy, from minestrone to Ferragosto, the participants of the expat forum Italy can find fellow expats and internationally minded locals to receive trustworthy and up-to-date responses. On the InterNations Expat Forum for Italy, there will always be another expat member to make life abroad easier.

From Italian authorities to local cuisine: The Expat Forum Italy leaves no Question unanswered

If you require even more information on expat topics like administration and finance in Rome or food and shopping in Milan, you could also browse our Italy Expat Guide, another useful resource in addition to the expat forums. Moreover, in our World Forum you can talk about international politics, conflict management in an international workplace, intercultural competence and other general expat issues. However, for expat assistance on all local matters - from Italian authorities to local cuisine - just join the InterNations Italy expat forums.

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