Maheshwaran Jothi A Fellow Traveler

Travel was not my career but rather, my career involved more on travel. Yes, being in the semiconductor domain I had to always travel for business since India had almost no silicon fabs. That is how my steps outside India happened. 

Some travel to blog, and some travel for joy. I belong to the latter tribe. I believe traveling for the sole reason to blog loses all the charm and excitement in the journey. I blog my travel. My blogs will be the experience of the traveler in YOU. 

What do I love most? Travel – be it driving or on the train. I always loved to watch those trees and fields moving fast and playing hide-and-seek while I peep through those glass windows of the high-speed trains.

Because it’s the Journey that matters!

Tips for Expats in Italy

I moved to Milan, Italy in 2013. The bureaucracy and laws were a big challenge and are well known in Italy. With no friends or relatives in here to guide, it was difficult. So, once I moved I decided to document the experience and procedures and thus born the Tips for Expat in Italy.

This section is based on my years of research, personal experience in Italy, and interviews I have with fellow expatriate friends living in Italy. 

Are you exploring to relocate to Italy? Wanted to know the Income and Tax details? Looking for the Cost of living in Italy? Then you are in the right place. I provide all the information that is useful and precise.  

Here you can find everything from how to renew your Permesso di Soggiorno to how to get your Italian driver license to a glimpse of everyday life in Italy.

Questions? Do not worry, drop an email, and I will get your queries clarified! Good luck.

Relocate to Italy

I have been looking for information related to the visa, accommodation, income, expense, benefits, etc but was never able to get the right information. So, this frustration made me come up with this lengthy post.

 

Cost of Living in Italy

As a thumb rule, you can assume it to be around 20-25% of your income. In order to clearly understand the cost of living in Italy, it will be easy if we could break up these expenses into Annual and monthly expenses.

Public Transport in Milan

Moving around in Milan, or anywhere in Europe could be expensive if you are not familiar with the public transport in respective cities you visit.

You will end up shelling a lot of money for the Taxi if not having a good understanding of the public transports of the city you visit.

Guide to Win Italian Driver’s License

If you want to explore the beautiful Italian village and towns, then you definitely need a car. If you are those who came from the other countries in EU, you are lucky. You can simply exchange your license for the Italian one. If not, this post will help you to get one easily.

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