Globally renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, its rich culture and exquisite cuisine not only Italy is the perfect destination.Not only is Italy appealing but choosing it for your working holiday will give you the perfect opportunity to develop your career. Italy is regularly featured as on elf the top countries to visit in Europe on leading travel websites. Steeped in culture and historical significance, by living and working here you’ll enjoy its sunny climate, breath-taking landscapes, inspiring architecture and fine food.
Whilst working in Italy you have the pleasure of travelling around a country steeped in culture and historical significance. Here’s a few thing you can discover and look forward to!
The Vatican City is a city state surrounded by Rome, Italy is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. Its home to some of the most beautiful architecture, art and of course the Pope. The Vatican City is an independent state that just covers 100 acres and is governed as an absolute monarchy with the pope as the head. Vatican City is home to St Peter’s church, one of the best known and the largest churches in the world. This church has been standing on this site since the time of the Roman Emperor. Aside from the church you can also visit the Vatican Museums which are the national museums of art. The Catholic Church actually owns some of the best-known classical sculptures and masterpieces of Renaissance art in the world.
Bologna is a lively, historical capital of the Emilia-Romagna region based in the north of Italy. Bologna is not one of the most high profiled cities to visit in Italy but it’s packed with culture and the best cuisine making it a perfect location for a short weekend getaway. Bologna is also home to the oldest university, the University of Bologna was founded in 1088. It still continues to operate and is one of the leading academic institutions in Italy and Europe. It is one of the most prestigious Italian universities, commonly ranking in the first places of national rankings. Soak in the atmosphere by going for a long walk through the square and relax at the local cafes on the steps of the Basilica of San Petronio. Also go for a hike to the top of San Luca and be rewarded with the beautiful sanctuary of San Luca at the top of the hill.
One of the easiest cities to fall in love with where the streets are made of water, buses are boats and the songs of gondoliers linger in the air. It truly is a magical city and the major attraction is just the city itself, a great place to start is the broad Piazza San Marco. The great Basilica of St. Mark stands beside the Doge’s Palace, and overlooking both is the tall Campanile. Gondolas congregate at the end of the plaza in the Grand Canal
One of the most popular holiday destinations which touches the mediterranean just south of Naples. Streets are mostly stairways with houses glued to cliffs. Flowers bloom everywhere, and below the towns are beaches caught in coves of emerald water. The Amalfi Drive, along the southern coast, is one of the world’s great scenic routes. This place is picture perfect and will leave you speechless and full of the best memories