On the other hand, in Italy you don't usually "date" anyone: people meet through their friends, relatives, work etc.and then decide to start a relationship if they are both interested. The reality is that living in the most beautiful places of Italy is expensive.On the other hand, even dreams have their drawbacks: in fact, any rich man, or rich woman, will soon realize that Italy has one of the highest tax burdens in the world. Also, you might want to answer these questions: In the meantime enjoy this beautiful Italian commercial I worked for (Calzedonia: Life Is a Journey) with Julia Roberts.Filming locations: United Kingdom (Scotland, part 1), France (Paris, part 2), and more importantly Florence (ending), which just happens to be the city she chooses to live in because the view is breathtaking: She, and the screenplay writers, couldn't have said it better!Frequent high-brow establishments, such as gyms, clubs, and restaurants.Work in a field that allows you to mix and mingle with wealthy men and women, such as high-end resale, real estate, business, or non-profits.Do you love countries rich of history, art, culture, fashion, food, nature, music? Do you believe that life is not meant to be lived alone?Would you like to live in Italy and being immersed in the timeless infinite beauty that this country can offer? Have you ever dreamed of a wedding in Italy or in another beautiful place in the world? If you answered "yes" to at least one of these questions, keep reading.
Make an effort to attend exclusive galas, ritzy gallery openings, or museum events.A woman who’s successful is more common to have experienced a lot more in life - have higher values, and carry a lot less insignificant emotional baggage than other women.Men know that, and so they are more likely to look for someone who represents success, class and elegance.I received many reply's and the first guy I contacted wound up being not only very sexy but every SB's dream. Are you seeking a long term relationship with a hardworking, diligent, trustworthy Italian man?In Italy, the vast majority of the population — except for immigrants — is 100% Italian: all of their ancestors lived in the area that, nowadays, is known as Italy.