Living in Pavia
Pavia is a town internationally known for its university, halls of residence and historic centre.
Founded in Roman times, Pavia population today is made up of approximately 70,000 inhabitants and 24,000 students. Culturally speaking, Pavia has much to offer. The countless events, festivals, exhibitions, concerts, meeting places and university sports events combine to create an intellectually stimulating stage and the ideal place to live and study.
There are 19 museums and collections (9 university museums, 1 civic museum, 5 university collections, 2 civic and 2 diocesan collections), 2 multi-use cultural centres, 4 public libraries (and 18 university circuit libraries), 4 cinemas and theatres, 10 socialcultural meeting places, a music conservatory and 2 civic schools of music and arts.
More information on:
- Arriving in Pavia
- How to apply for an italian fiscal code
- How to apply for health insurance
- How to apply for the permit of stay