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When we asked people living in Italy about club and activities where newcomers can meet others, they responded...

"Expats in Italy can join local interest groups that meet in cities, such as book clubs, language exchanges, and walking tours. Expats can also look for nearby music and arts events, as well as church meetings and relevant cultural events. Expats can even meet people by visiting local markets and exploring popular tourist spots. Additionally, many cities have Meetup groups or specialized expat groups to help connect foreign newcomers to the area. Finally, many expats join business networks and associations, which can create positive work relationships and personal connections," said another expat in Italy.

"-For Books try FNAC on Via 20 September -For Curry try the Asian Super Markets along from Porto Antico toward Station Principe -For Ex-Pats try the English Bar off a side street Nr Piazza di Ferrari (on left as you head towards Via Garibaldi," wrote a member who made the move to Genoa, Italy.

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