Do's and Don'ts in Rome

Although there are foreign teachers working in classrooms all over Italy, the majority of jobs are to be found in and around the capital city of Rome.
Whether you plan to live and work in Rome or just to make a short visit, there are a few do’s and don’ts that could make your stay in the Eternal City run a little smoother.
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Of those who find work elsewhere in the country, most will also take a trip to the capital at some stage during their stay.
From eating out to public transport, and from money matters to what to wear, this list covers a wide range of subjects.

SOURCE: www . romesightseeing . net/do-and-dont-in-rome/

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