Hi, we are an active family living in Verona, Italy.
We live in a small town near Verona, it is a city well connected with good public transport.
The nearest train station is a five-minute walk away. The train takes 20 minutes to reach the center of Verona.
It's easy to get to Venice, Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome.
We prefer a girl with fluent English, but who knows a basic Italian to understand for the child.
We are waiting for a girl who loves children because at home in addition to Amos, 30 months old, there are sometimes her little cousins.
We need someone to take care of little Amos with us and be an extrovert and trustful, friendly, cheerful and amusing person.
.... we would like to share our cultures...
Thank you for reading.
Ask us any questions.
Laura and Carlotta, Amos's grandmother and mom.
" We love this website because it's a form of cultural interchange, and we would love to give priority to guests who are really interested in a human and cultural interchange. For this reason we won't be available to host guests whose aim is to apply for citizenship or are interested in a salary for the work performed.
Moreover, please note that in Italy, with a tourist visa, you are not allowed to be an employee.
We are only looking for people seeking to have a cultural exchange."
Babysitting / child care
Cooking / shopping
Travelers can visit many cities close to us, with an important cultural history: Milan, Mantova, Verona, Padua, Venice, Bologna, Firenze ...
The requested help is only for child care.
You will be free in the week-end.
We are flexible about long weekends, if you want travel around Italy but we need to know it in advance so we can manage and organize everything for the baby.
All my family will be happy to learn new languages, throw speaking each other.
We ask to you to speak exclusively your mother tongue with the baby.
Italian and English
You will have your own bedroom.
We have wifi in our house.
Convenient transportation by train, bus, plane.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week