Living In Rome As A Student

by TC Global Global Education

Planning to study abroad requires a lot more preparations and research compared to when you are just on a tour. As a student you need to consider many angles while making a decision to live in a particular city in a country. The top universities of Italy are spread across a wide area in the country with a lot of city attractions as well. This gives a lot of options to students to choose from one of the great student cities of Italy. But today we are going to talk about the capital city of Rome.

Rome is a wonderful city to live in while you study in Italy for many reasons. Now let us look at some of the tips should you choose to live in Rome:

1. There are three lines of subway,namely A,B and C with an excellent network of tram lines and buses. Best part- Low price of the tickets and a seasonal pass which costs even lower.

2. There is no need to buy drinking water while you get tired of exploring the city because since the Roman times, the city has an unlimited supply of drinkable water from its famous Nasoni (Drinking fountains). Just fill your bottles!

3. Study in Italy and not shop? Well, there are plenty of street markets spread across the city of Rome allowing you to chill and enjoy shopping almost anything from furniture, books, clothes, antiques, food etc.

4. While you study in Italy and live in Rome, there are numerous places to visit like monuments, museums, etc. on student budget. The universities offer huge discounts to sometimes even free entries for its students.

5. How can we forget the books? However students can always buy their course books from university bookshops at reasonable prices but there are second hand markets as well. There are many libraries too where you an enjoy the collection for free.

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