Synopses & Reviews
Passionately written by a small-town journalist from Vermont, this resource on living in Italy takes readers step by step through the information they need on visas, money, jobs, housing, safety, language, culture, and history. Moretti has done the research and made the mistakes so readers don't have to. Photos in color and b&w.
Imagine yourself living in Italy. You head home to enjoy a glass of Chianti and a heaping plate of pasta. You know the locals and speak Italian with ease. You show visiting friends around with the confidence of one who belongs. Author John Moretti shows you how to make your dream take shape. He left his life as a small-town journalist in Vermont to make a home abroad in Italy. While some give updaunted by the financial, bureaucratic, and decision-making issues that accompany a move so extraordinaryyou'll be led step-by-step through the information you need on visas, money, jobs, housing, safety, language, culture, and history. John has done the research and made the mistakesso you don't have to. There's a place that matches your budget, needs, and dreams: perhaps it's an apartment in the enchanting city of Rome, a villa in the snowy slopes of Piedmont, or a picturesque cottage in rural Veneto. So make it happen. With Living Abroad in Italy, it's easier than you think.