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Old 10th July 2019, 11:38 PM
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... hoping to spend a year in Italy....
Presuming that you are not an EU citizen or otherwise privileged, you may (as I recall) spend a maximum of 90 days in the EU followed by a minimum of 90 days out.

Per 90/180 days rule
The visa 90/180 days rule means that the Schengen zone visitor or the Schengen visa holder can travel freely within the Schengen zone for a maximum stay of up to 90 days in any half year period. The 90/180 days rule means that once the visitor has spent a total of 90 days in the Schengen zone (either consecutively or separately) within any half year, he or she must leave the Schengen zone.

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Hey, new around here. Me and my wife are in process of moving to Italy / Puglia. Still need to find appt etc but so far the experience is mind blowing
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Hello all!
My name is Robin, and my husband and I are working on a plan to move back to Europe. We are from the US, but have lived in Spain and the UK, and miss Europe immensely. We are looking at San Remo in Italy at the moment.

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Hello everyone,

My name is Tina, from Nigeria I'm a stylist, HR personnel.

I am looking to relocating to Italy i have not really traveled, I would really love to hear anyone recommendation on the area that will best suit a newcomer.

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Hi everyone, I'm Colin Hardy, From South Yorkshire, with strong connections to North Wales, have been living in Houston Texas since the late 1970's. Coming to retirement, and wanting to go somewhere new and different, have decided, if all goes to plan to move to Italy with my partner for retirement years, at least a good number of them. We've chosen the areas of Lunigiana in Tuscany, and Abruzzo in the middle as the areas to look at for residence, house etc, so I'm going there end of October, first to Tuscany then to Abruzzo. From online have already ascertained that Tuscany is the more mainstream, established area, very beautiful and by the look of it a great retirement area. However, having seen the pictures, and read about Abruzzo, the National parks there and the Adriatic Sea that's a strong contender for us, and given the much lower real estate prices may well be where we end up. Welcome any feedback and comments from all.
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Lucky you !!! I have 5 more years to go until I can retire. I have look at Abruzzo for retirement but just wasnt that sure about it. I am also looking at Garfagana as well. It seems to be less populated and a tad cheaper then the rest of Tuscany.

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Hi everyone, I'm Colin Hardy, From South Yorkshire, with strong connections to North Wales, have been living in Houston Texas since the late 1970's. Coming to retirement, and wanting to go somewhere new and different, have decided, if all goes to plan to move to Italy with my partner for retirement years, at least a good number of them. We've chosen the areas of Lunigiana in Tuscany, and Abruzzo in the middle as the areas to look at for residence, house etc, so I'm going there end of October, first to Tuscany then to Abruzzo. From online have already ascertained that Tuscany is the more mainstream, established area, very beautiful and by the look of it a great retirement area. However, having seen the pictures, and read about Abruzzo, the National parks there and the Adriatic Sea that's a strong contender for us, and given the much lower real estate prices may well be where we end up. Welcome any feedback and comments from all.
Best Regards,
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We loved Tuscany after the first visit there, and even more so after more visits. Northern Tuscany was an option, but elsewhere there was just too expensive. That turned out great as although our first impression of Abruzzo was poor (it looked poor in comparison), it is a stunning place that has everything. I think inland slightly, either north or south is ideal. Good hunting....

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Hello all. We're a few years from retirement and are seriously considering Spain/Italy/France as potential landing spots. We've been lurking in forums and doing lots of research in our spare time over the last 6 months, but just registered to add to the experience. We travel a lot (both for work and pleasure) and although our home in southern California is a blessing, we are desirous of winding down abroad. Looking forward to learning lots about the employment situation, purchase vs. rent, dual citizenship, health care, and for dessert: bureaucratic red tape … Happy hunting to one and all...
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