Italian Expats In Ireland
If you are looking to connect with Italian expats in Ireland, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs Ireland written by Italian bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by Italian Expats Living in Ireland
- The Sleepless Cook
A sleepless mother of two bringing a taste of Italy to her Dublin kitchen. My family food blog.
- Veru's Kitchen
Easy Italian recipes. Italian recipes, cooking tips and stories tp share.
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- Italian Expat Living in Ireland, Interview with Marta
Marta is Italian but left home 10 years ago. In 2003 she moved to Brussels, where she met amazing friends and then the Irish man who became her husband: she loved the feeling of being an expat and...
Latest News Relating to Ireland or Italy
- How to avoid the fees and frustrations of conventional currency exchange
One of the most trying aspects of living overseas is currency transfer between your home country or offshore bank account and your account in your host country. Whether you’re retiring...
- UAE recognition of overseas medical degrees results in more health professionals
The UAE’s new unified professional qualification requirement scheme came into force earlier this month, and has resulted in a larger pool of qualified medical professionals in Emirati hospitals....
- Which country gives the best returns for expat property investors
The international real estate sector has traditionally been a favourite with expat property investors, but it’s anyone’s guess which locations will perform best over the long term. Over the...
- Is your cash protected in an offshore savings account
Offshore bank accounts give convenient access to regular or emergency cash, but how many depositors know how much of their savings are protected? Migration planning for would-be expats often...
- Number of Britons living overseas soars to over five million
According to a report by the United Nations, well over five million British citizens have emigrated for reasons of work, retirement or general dissatisfaction with the state of their home country....