Italy Gap Year
Dream of visting Italy? Why not spend your gap year exploring the country, or staying a little longer and studying or earning money. Seach ideas for taking a gap year in Italy today.
Gap Year Jobs, Trips & Programs in Italy
Plan a Gap Year to Italy
Looking for the best things to do on a gap year in Italy? The following pages will help you book the ultimate experience:
Guide to Taking a Gap Year to Italy
At least once in your life you must visit places like Rome and Venice but to get away from it all go in search of fine cuisine, history, culture and stunning scenery by visiting Tuscany, Calabria, Umbria, Emilia Romagna or Marche.
In the old days, traveling to Italy would have cost an arm and a leg. Not only that, but it would have taken weeks or months of hard planning to put together. Perhaps you vaguely remember the bad old days when the most you had to go on was a dusty old travel brochure or a vaguely worded ad in the Yellow Pages. If you were lucky, the travel agency was local, thus saving you a major expense on a long distance call on your land line phone.
Thankfully, those bad old days have been relegated to the dustbin of history where they belong. In the 21st century, all you need is our website to arrange an incredible gap year experience in Italy. You will find excellent deals just waiting to be booked. A few clicks of the mouse, and you're all set to travel. There's no red tape or other rigmarole to deal with. As long as you have the money in your bank account to book flights, you're good to go. Start searching lots of options and trips, the hard part is deciding what to do.
Top Things to Do on a Gap Year in Italy
- Riding a boat or gondola around incredible Venice
- Seeing the impressive Colloseum and Roman Ruins in Rome
- Getting a picture at the Fonatana di Trevi statue in Rome
- Visiting the stunning Lake Como on a boat tour
- Experiencing Florence during summer, one of the most beautiful places in the world
- Seeing the leaning tower of Pisa (yes there is nothing else there but this building is worth the trip)
- Sampling food and local life in Sicily
- Watching a live football game, one of the local passions
Gap Year Jobs in Italy
If you would like to spend a little longer and integrate into the local culture why not apply for a gap year job in Italy. There are a range of positions available during summer and year round for internationals. Some companies do not even require you to know Italian. You can search placements on our directory and apply today.