Rome

One of the most suitable locations to move or simply rent for a few months is the capital city of Rome. It simply has it all.

From amazing archaeological sites and museums to vivid nightlife and many beautiful corners to discover and relax.

Milan

This place is the home of some famous university of Europe and also of fashion.

The cosmopolitan and glamorous Milan won’t definitely let you down!

Turin

The city of Turin is both fascinating and beautiful. There are numerous cultural corners and sights, making the country special. It also has the best food, history, and art that few of the Italian cities can boast.

Venice

If you want to live a fairy tail, then here you are.

Venice is one of the most romantic cities in the world, with magical architecture and friendly people.

Naples

It is one of the most continuously inhabited cities around the world and has a rich historic heritage. It has one of the strongest cultural identities in Italy, which makes it a popular place to relocate.

Florence

Florence is the birthplace of the Renaissance. Students are a large percentage of the population, which makes it a great place for those who want something more vivid.

Bologna

The largest city and capital of the region of Emilia-Romogna is one of the older cities in Italy, which means that it is a historical city to live.

Pisa

Except of the Leaning Tower of Pisa it is also famous for the many churches, cultural history, and museums and it also has a strong economical foundation.

Parma

Famous for the Parmesan cheese and Parma ham, this city is the heaven of gastronomy but it also has numerous interesting museums, churches, and palaces.

Bergamo

If you love ancient cities, this one at the northern part of Italy is the ideal place to move. The city of Bergamo is a great option to live and it is ideal for families!

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