Am I crazy to even consider a long term apartment rental in Italy? I'm a female, late fifties, and I'm considering spending a few months in Italy. I'd like to rent a small apartment, and then use it as a home base for exploring the country. I am considering Le Marche or Umbria. I suspect Tuscany is out of my price range. Have any of you done this? I just don't want to live out of my suitcase. I also am trying to learn Italian and would love to enroll in a language school there, if possible. I am open to ideas.
Long term apartment rental in Italy
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