Always wanted to live in Rome? Here’s what it’s really like to move to the Italian capital.
“Welcome to the jungle!”
It was these four words, uttered by a burly taxi driver picking me up at Rome’s railway station, that greeted me to the Italian capital, where I decided to move for my PhD research two years ago.
As an Italian by birth and Brit by upbringing, I’d returned to my homeland with giddy optimism, but with a clear warning – as any Roman will gleefully tell you, it’s not a city for the faint-hearted.
Social media would have you think otherwise. In everything from sun-drenched Tik Tok videos to Netflix
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