Italy’s great food, beautiful countryside, fabulous wine, and long history make it an excellent country to visit. It’s an expensive country to visit but no trip to Europe is complete without a stop in Italy.
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Italy is one of the most visited countries in the world and is on the bucket list for many international travelers. And why wouldn’t it be? It has hills, valleys, mountains and beaches. The food is arguably among the best on the globe and the people are open, generous and warm. But a mistake many Italy-bound travelers make is not being prepared for those vast differences they’re bound to encounter.
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- Do your homework. Learn about Italy’s different regions and attractions before you commit to visiting only the main sites. You should definitely see Rome and Florence, but get out and see more of Italy, as well.
- Do print your research. Either buy a guidebook or download a free travel guide for the area you are visiting. You will need a paper copy with you for when the Internet isn’t an option.
- Do use the Internet. The Internet is the best tool you have to help you plan your vacation. Use it to help with research, to book your accommodations and to plot your trip on a map.
- Do get your paperwork in order. Depending on your citizenship, you might need a visa to enter Italy. Do this well in advance so you don’t have any airport upsets.
- Do make copies. Make copies of your passports and print phone numbers and addresses of your hotels and B&Bs. Once again-think of life senza your computer.
- Do know the rules. If you plan on driving in Italy, you will need an International Driver’s License to accompany your state-issued license.
- Do learn the language. Well, ok-you don’t have to be fluent in Italian, but learning basic greetings and polite exchanges will enhance your experience and endear you to the locals.
- Do be (time) wise. You can not get the most from your Italian vacation if you spend all of your time on the local trains. I know it is hard, but focus on one or two areas to explore instead of rushing through the country in a week.
- Do stay safe. If you are traveling alone, don’t walk down dark alleys at night or overindulge in vino. If you can, try to travel with a group and always stay aware of your surroundings.
- Do get connected. Learn how you can use your current cell phone when traveling in Italy to stay connected to friends and family back home.
- Do get off of the beaten path. Even if your vacation is limited to the main cities, look for the restaurants the locals go to and spend some time exploring the city on your own.
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