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Au Pair in Italy

An international Au Pair stay in Italy not only allows you to effectively learn the language, but also offers many cultural opportunities that will change your life.

In the multi-faceted country between you can experience spectacular mountain sceneries and beautiful sandy beaches in just one country. And, besides the many boutiques and restaurants, museums and theaters, especially open, friendly people who enjoy life to the fullest and give the cities their special flair.

Au Pair in Italy - At a Glance

  • Age: 18 - 30 years
  • Duration: 3 - 12 months
  • Working time: 30 hours per week
  • Holidays: 2 weeks holiday for a period of 12 months. In addition, the Au Pair has at least one day off per week, this day, at least once a month be a Sunday.
  • Travel costs: paid by the Au Pair. Host Families are welcome to support their Au Pair with the travel expenses, but we recommend that families do so only if the Au Pair has successfully lived some time in the family.
  • Insurance: The Host Family must register their Au Pair for their costs in the National Health Service, provided it has a residence permit and a tax number. We generally recommend the Au Pairs him their home country to take out travel insurance.
  • Pocket money: 260 € per month
  • Visa requirements: citizens of EU countries need only a valid passport to Italy to work as an Au Pair. 
Citizens of other countries need to apply for a visa. For more information, please contact the Italian embassy in your home country. 

Au Pair Italy Check

Requirements for UE-citizens

  • I speak a bit of Italian or have a good command of English
  • I'm not younger than 18 and not older than 30
  • I'm healthy and I don't smoke
  • I like hanging out with children

Requirements for Non-UE citizens

  • I'm between 18 and 30
  • I can speak Italian or I have a good command of English
  • I'm healthy and non-smoker
  • I like hanging out with children
  • I don't have my own children
  • I am entitled to a visa

Get more info about the requirements to become an Au Pair in Italy.

With or without an Au Pair Agency

Once you've found your host family at AuPair.com often raises the question of whether you should additionally take an agency into consideration.
Advantages of taking an Agency:
  • The agency will help you to deal with visa formalities
  • The office workers are always at your disposal to answer all your questions
  • Au Pair agencies check the Host Families
  • You can participate in the meetings organized by the agency for the participants
  • It's simply safer to cooperate with the agency

Costs for the Au Pair

In case a Host Family with a premium membership gets in touch with you, you do not even need to pay for your own premium membership on AuPair.com.

Additional costs

  • You have to pay the agency (in case you choose one)
  • You will need to cover visa expenses if one needed
  • You will have to cover travel costs
  • You might like to buy some presents for the Host Family
AuPair.com cannot be held liable for any information, opinion or recommendation expressed in this website, so you are strongly advised to seek legal advice.

Additional Information about Au Pair in Italy

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Au Pair duties

Although your main duty should be taking care of the children, discuss your tasks with your future host family in Italy in order to know what to expect

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Contract and insurance

If you would like to enjoy your Au Pair experience in Italy, you should close a contract with your host family and get an insurance.

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Requirements for Non-EU applicants

What are the requirements you need to fulfill to become an Au Pair in Italy if you are a Non-EU citizen? Check all the info on AuPair.com!

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