If you’re thinking of relocating to warmer climes, you could do worse than setting your sight on Italy. Whether you’re retiring to a home in the sun, or are relocating with work, moving to Italy means there’s lots of planning to do. Removals to Italy are usually straightforward when planned carefully. Leaving your native country and moving somewhere new can seem quite daunting but when you break everything down, it’s not quite as difficult as it may first appear. This page will walk you through all the essential elements of moving to Italy.

As part of mainland Europe, Italy is far easier to reach than some other destinations. European moving companies will have covered the routes to all of the cities many times before. As such, a reputable international moving company will make planning your move much more comfortable as you’ll have access to excellent advice. Make sure you don’t unintentionally attempt to take any prohibited goods through Customs. It will cut down on the length of time it takes for your belongings to arrive. Some are completely forbidden. Other items are restricted and either require specific documentation or will be subject to duty. Source an up-to-date list of restricted goods or ask your moving company for advice about what you can take. Whether you choose our Load & Go or our EasyMoves solution, European Moving can help you with your removal. We shall be able to provide advice on a whole range of removal issues you may not have encountered before.

Moving to Italy – Visa

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As part of the EU, it is simple to move to Italy if you are from a fellow EU country. You do not need a visa, just the usual entry documentation such as a passport, and this will allow you to live and work in the country. Italy has waiver agreements in place for a few other countries including the US and Canada; These benefit from the same arrangements as […]

Moving to Italy – Transport

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Italy is a beautiful country with many sights worth seeing outside the boundaries of cities. You can use public transport; However, driving a car provides much more freedom and easier access to remote locations. However, driving on Italian roads is a bit of an experience, and it may take a little while to become accustomed to the frenetic pace. Lane-hopping and tailgating are standard practices, and you’ll need to stay […]

Moving to Italy – Healthcare

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Italy is one of the healthiest places to live. Not only is the diet extremely good for you; the standards of the healthcare is exceptionally high. The World Health Organisation ranks the Italian healthcare system the second best in the world. The structure of the system in Italy is a mixture of public and private care. All Italians and EU citizens receive either free or low-cost cover from the state. […]

Moving to Italy – Taxation

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A new Italian lifestyle will involve working out the finance and tax in Italy and how it applies to you.

What forms do you need to fill in and what do you need to pay?

Whilst you may be attracted by the history and romance of this beautiful country, the reality is that wherever you decide to move there are going to be certain administrative factors that you need to consider.

The […]

Moving to Italy – 10 Places to live in Italy

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You’ve decided to move to Italy but you aren’t sure of where in Italy to move.

Here is a breakdown of 10 possible places to relocate to.

Rome

The capital city and one of many places to move to.

Located in the Lazio region of Italy Rome is home to some of the most stunning and important history in Europe.

From the Colosseum, The Pantheon and the remains of the Roman Empire. Of course, […]