The Adapter Kit series offers practical advice and tips on moving to, and living in, a foreign country, whether it's for a few months or a few years. Adapter Kit authors are people who spend part, or all, of their time in that country and have experienced firsthand the joys and frustrations that come with it. It provides essential information on housing (from renting to buying), language, culture, visas, health, and money. Readers will learn how to navigate the ins and outs of immigration, customs, taxation, real estate, health care, transportation, communications, and working and investing in another country. Adapter Kit captures the flavour of living in a foreign country, so that readers making the move can feel at home. Adapter Kit Living Abroad in Italy provides readers the tools they need to adapt to life in the country they love. This guide covers major cities such as Rome and Milan, the well-trodden home-hunters' path in Tuscany, or more remote and charming corners: Puglia, the Veneto, Lake Como, and small towns in the Italian heartland. Includes information on Italy's history and culture, plus essential topics such as visas, language schools, banking, health care, taxes, and transportation. With this guidebook, students, professionals, and part-time and full-time residents alike will find themselves living the life they've always wanted in Italy.