Parks & Rec: Dublin Edition

Did you know that Dublin has more green spaces per square kilometer than any other European capital city? Author Christina McDonald-Legg gives a quick overview of the city’s most unique parks.

Moving to London: Explore the City First

If you’re interested in moving to London, a fact-finding trip is a must. Resident and expat Karen White shares a one-week itinerary that lets you explore London’s neighborhoods, find the right place for you (or your family) to live, and still have time for sightseeing.

Christmas in Paris: Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire

Nat King Cole probably didn’t have Parisian street corners in mind when he crooned the opening lines to the classic holiday tune “The Christmas Song,” but chestnuts roasting on an open fire are an annual tradition that adds a hefty dose of seasonal charm to the City of Light. Author Aurelia d’Andrea reveals the best place to experience this tradition like a local.

British Drinking Etiquette

There is no table service at pubs in Britain, so getting a drink is a free-for-all at the bar. If you don’t want to stand out from the crowd, read on for a quick overview of pints, rounds, and whether or not you can order your favorite cocktail.

Road Rules in Italy

It is easy to be the victim of miscommunication in Italy, but mistakes made on the road can have severe consequences. John Moretti discusses street signs, traffic lights, and what Italian drivers mean when they flash their headlights.

Housing in Italy: Renting vs. Buying

Renting or buying property, like a house or a condo, is the essence of living abroad—it’s what separates you from the tourists who are just visiting. Italy expert John Moretti covers the upsides and downsides of long-term housing options in Italy.

Benessere: The Art of Feeling Good in Italy

Italians are on a perpetual crusade for both comfort and beauty. From eating right to keeping stress at a minimum, author John Moretti shares how Italy’s residents achieve the ideal state of mind and body.

Want to Move to Italy? Plan a Fact-Finding Trip

Author John Moretti prepares those looking to live abroad in Italy with tips for a fact-finding trip. Unless you know the country very well already, you’ll need to visit the areas where you might be interested in living. Moretti reveals the best times to explore the different regions of Italy, and he covers currency and customs as well.

Italy: The Job Hunt

While the thought of being your own boss in Italy may sound exciting, the reality is that most expats are working for someone else. Expert John Moretti gives advice on landing a job and shares the realities of working in Italy, including the amazing benefits.

Where to Live in Rome

When choosing where to live in Rome, the greatest factor is location. Rent for apartments inside the city’s Aurelian walls is almost always more expensive than for those outside them. These helpful descriptions of neighborhoods give an indication of what you might expect to pay (and experience) when living inside or outside the city.