THE BEST CITIES TO LIVE IN ITALY

Italy is an incredibly beautiful country with a great history and culture, great food and friendly citizens. By the way, in terms of life expectancy the state occupies one of the highest positions in Europe. On average, Italians live just over 82 years. Each year, about 62 million tourists visit Italy's cities, which exceeds the country's population of 60.5 million.

Many foreigners see Italy not only as a popular tourist destination, but also dream to stay here forever. Some get Italian work visa, others study in local universities, others to reunite with family and so on. There are many reasons to move. Next, let's highlight the best cities for immigration and living in Italy in 2021.

Note. The rating is made with the actual data of the famous Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore, which annually publishes a list of 110 best cities to live in Italy comparing a number of indicators, including culture, public transport, availability of fresh food, crime rate, housing prices, youth unemployment and many others.

LIST OF THE BEST CITIES TO LIVE IN ITALY

CITY
1. Milan
2. Bolzano
3. Aosta
4. Belluno
5. Trento
6. Trieste
7. Bologna
8. Pordenone
9. Treviso
10. Gorizia

TOP 5 BEST CITIES TO IMMIGRATE AND LIVE IN ITALY

MILAN

Bern

The best city to live in Italy in 2021 is Milan. Note that this is actually the only Italian metropolis in the ranking. Basically more comfortable to live in small towns are considered. Milan is located in northern Italy (the capital of the region of Lombardy) and is the second largest city in the country after Rome (population 1.3 million people). "The Italian capital" of fashion and design is a great place to live a quiet, safe and fulfilling life.

BOLZANO

Bolzano

Bolzano is the capital of the province of South Tyrol and is located in northern Italy at the foot of the Dolomite Alps. The population in 2021 is about 106.1 thousand people. The elegant, neat and hospitable town offers a very high quality of life. It has incredibly beautiful architecture, well-maintained streets, many cozy cafes, stores and markets. The economy depends mainly on agriculture, tourism and traditional crafts (wood, pottery).

AOSTA

Aosta

The third place in the ranking of the best cities to live in Italy is Aosta. The settlement is located in the Italian Alps, 110 km north-west of Turin near the Mont Blanc Tunnel. It is the capital of the province of Valle d'Aosta. Its population is just 34.8 thousand people. In Italy Aosta is called the "most Roman city after Rome". The town is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and is well organized, everywhere there is a relaxed atmosphere and ideal conditions for life.

BELLUNO

Belluno

Belluno is the capital of the Province of Belluno, about 100 km North of Venice. It is home to about 35.7 thousand people. For centuries it has been a favorite summer vacation spot for wealthy Venetians escaping the heat and humidity of Venice. The city has beautiful nature and architecture, full of interesting restaurants and lively bars. In short, Belluno is a great place to immigrate to Italy.

TRENTO

Trento

Trento rounds out the top 5 best cities to live in Italy. The settlement has about 117.3 thousand people. It is the third largest city in the Alps and second largest in the Tyrol. It is considered the educational, scientific, financial and political center of the autonomous region of Trentino-Alto Adige. Many reputable Italian publications highlight Trento as not only a great place for a comfortable life, but also as one of the best cities to work and start a business in Italy.

Italy is deservedly considered one of the most beautiful countries in the world. A great destination for immigration and permanent residence. Among the main advantages include a mild climate, delicious cuisine, reasonable prices, a full sports and cultural life. The downsides include bureaucracy and corruption, high taxes and unemployment. It is quite problematic for foreigners to find work in Italy.

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