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The gist: They are sneaky, fast, undetectable, and will almost always be a step in front of you (but actually behind).
Where they hang and how to spot…Show more
Tommaso Travelled to 7 countries / regions
In Italy there are private and public beaches. Everyone is allowed to go for free either in the private or the public beaches, none can ask you for…Show more
I see a lot of foreign visitors make the mistake of ordering Pepperoni pizza and getting shocked by what they got. Pepperoni literally means bell pepper in Italian…Show more
In general cities in the North are less “dangerous” in the sense you may get harassed less as a single woman walking around. However I’m more inclined to…Show more
Cappuccino is a breakfast drink only in Italy. If you want something similar to Cappuccino, order a Latte Macchiato instead.
Italy is a huge country with lots of amazing tourist destinations ranging from historical sites and monuments, famous fountains and river canals, beaches and coasts, and a lot…Show more
Melissa C Travelled to 24 countries / regions
- 50 euros + ticket cost if you pay the controller right away or within 3 days at the ticket counter
- 100 euros + 5 euros ticket if you…
joshonroad Travelled to 19 countries / regions
- Europe has all the major car rental brands. I used Hertz. Picked up from the Milan Centrale railway station. Avis and Europcar are the other two big ones…
Peak seasons in Italy are July, August, December, January. If you are visiting Italy during this time, you should book tickets to popular museums and cathedrals online. You…Show more