Via Trieste, 41, Montichiari, 25018, Italy
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Living in Montichiari, Italy
I would like to find out the following:
1. What are the houses/apartments like? (I heard that most houses do not have light fixtures, clothing closets, kitchen cabinets or bathroom storage shelves, cabinets or even kitchen sinks.)
2. Are villas very expensive?
3. How is the job market for a British citizen, who speaks no Italian? Are there any jobs for foreigners in Desanzano (the resort area)?
4. How is the driving down there (Someone told me they almost got killed 3 times due to car accidents)?
Re: Living in Montichiari, Italy
YOu make it sound like a terrible place!!
How long are you planning to live there? Most agents will show 'short term' renters proper accommodation. Italy is not big on rental apartments, so people install their own or bring them with them. Usually there are no closets as we use wardrobs.
The job market is non-existent for anyone who does not speak Italian unless you are a super model or a race car driver.
When we are not talking on our cell phones, smoking cigarette and arguing (using our hands) with our lovers while driving we do manage to stay on the road. Actually Italian driving is not so bad, but one has to put it in perspective of driving on sometimes very small/narrow roads or in adverse conditions - drioving in medeival cities etc...
Travel Tips for Montichiari
If you are in the area and need dental care, I cannot go without recommending Hans A. de Wilde in Montichiari. He is from Holland and speaks flawless English. His office is very up to date and services are nothing but the best!
Via Mantova 38
Second floor. Across from the Esso Station and above the photo studio
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