Moving to or from Italy with Glasswells
Moving to or from Italy
If you’re moving to Italy, let the Glasswells home removals team do all the work helping you prepare and plan your relocation.
We are the European removals specialists and will endeavour to make your move abroad stress free!
We operate regular road services throughout Europe, offering a door to door service, regularly travelling to all major towns and cities, including removals to Rome, Milan, Naples, Turin, Palermo, Genoa and many more destinations.
Located in southern Europe, Italy is home to 14 volcanoes including Etna and is the fifth most populated country in Europe which could be explained by their high standards of living, fantastic public education level and delicious food.
The Italian cuisine is said to be one of the most popular in the world and is characterised by its extreme simplicity; Italian chefs rely on the quality of the ingredients rather than elaborate preparation to make their food tasty.
If you love the catwalk and are a bit of a trend setter you’ll be pleased to know that Italy is one of the leading countries in fashion design and has more famous fashion designers than any other country.
As the home of Catholicism, Italy attracts over 4 million visitors to the Vatican City, the latest and only current Papal state in existence and the temporal seat of the Pope.
As well as a strong religious and historic draw many will think of Italy in terms of its footballing success, Italy’s football clubs have won 27 major European trophies making them the most successful nation in European football.
With all that in mind it seems Italy has a large array of sights and activities to suit a diverse range of tastes and interests.
Fun facts about Italy!
- Italy is home to the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, over 40.
- The thermometer and typewriter were invented in Italy.
- The average Italian consumes 26 gallons of wine a year.
- Every day, 3,000 euros gets tossed into the Trevi fountain.
- The oldest olive tree can be found in Umbria and is over 1700 years old.