You are correct that the Lovers walk portion of the Cinque Terre trails are still closed.. Most people travel this small section by train currently. You could also add onto the northern end of the tours and walk to Levanto, or travel to Santa Margherita by train and walk in Portofino regional park, it is also truly beautiful..
I would never try to say that Italian nurses are not highly skilled e mi Dispiace if my question led you to think that. I truly appreciate all that nurses offer and was only trying to say that I am working at the top of my field rather than demeaning the position of Italian nurses..
I have done a little research, but It seems hard...if you are over 35 you have to find a sponsor (also read that as a job) before you can apply for a work visa... And don't get me started on the Italian Nursing Council, I looked on their website to find out about getting registered in Italy, but the whole site is in Italian.. I am a New Zealander, and work as a diabetes nurse specialist, surely I have skills to offer... I feel Italy would also benefit from the skills of senior skilled and experienced nurses. They need to have an agency attached to the profession registration body that supports nurses to work through the myriad of processes.