Network with InterNations in the Eternal City
Rome, the capital and largest city in Italy attracts millions of tourists year round. Yet not only tourists and religious fanatics feel the pull of this ancient metropolis, over 10% of those living in the Catholic Church’s capital are non-Italians. The bulk of the immigrant and expat population are from other European countries, followed by South American and Asian peoples.
As a result, this city is bustling with foreign languages and customs – a haven for all those already, or planning on, living in Rome! Yet, it can be difficult to make connections in such a bustling city, especially when one sometimes cannot tell tourists and expats apart. This is where InterNations comes in. The leading social network for expats from all over the world, InterNations has over 300,000 members spread out across the globe in more than 270 Communities. The InterNations Rome Community has over 3,200 members from more than one hundred different nationalities who meet together regularly to network and generally have a great time!
InterNations membership is free and members are handpicked to ensure the quality and privacy of the website. On the portal members are able to create discussions, ask questions, give advice, etc., as well as make business or personal connections.
In addition, InterNations hosts monthly Events in all of its 270communities. The purpose of these Events is to motivate members to mix and mingle with like-minded people in person, and to give them the chance to build lasting business partnerships and, more importantly, friendships. Each Event is organized by a volunteer member, designated as an “InterNations Ambassador”, who either has expat experience himself, or extensive knowledge about the city in question, and is willing to help expats feel welcome in their new home.
If you just moved to Rome and are looking to make connections, join InterNations for free and attend the upcoming Rome Event!
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