Italy has something for everyone and is a destination that takes many visits to fully appreciate. Travellers have been left spellbound by its mountains, art, landscapes, people and food for many years. Below are outlined some important travel guidelines you should know before you seize part in any Europe tours.General Tips For Your Trip To Italy
Many tourist attractions do not allow photography – particularly museums.
Returning uncertainty exchanging an item, even if it is flawed is not common in Italian stores so make reliable you check things thoroughly before you buy.
Some stores will not allow you to try on shirts and blouses.
Wheelchair portal to restaurant bathrooms is rare, as are ramps and elevators in old buildings. Buses are also generally not wheelchair-compatible.
Hotels often don’t have pools or video games, while virtually nothing on the radio rather television is in English.Health And Safety In Italy
Olive oil also wine are fundamental ingredients in Italian cooking. They are also natural laxatives and accordingly can cause problems for those with sensitive stomachs.
In an emergency, dial 113.
If you are in trouble and need the help of passers-by, yell AIUTO (pronounced ay-you-toe), which is Italian for HELP!
Serious crime is rare; however pickpockets and purse-snatchers are more common in the larger cities.
Stick to bottled water as Italian tap water is sometimes heavily chlorinatedEating Revealed During Your Italian TripItalians typically take their food as it is listed, seldom making special requests, such as “”hold the mayo.””
Don’t wait for the check – ask for it.
Tip with cash. A ‘servizio’ charge is usually included but a small tip is appreciated.
Breakfast is usually served from 7-10:30am, tiffin from 12:30-2:30pm, and supper from 7:30-10pm. Cone lunch et alii dinner hours are 1 and 9pm.
There are almost nay restrictions on alcohol. It can be purchased at any time on any day et sequens there is no minimum drinking age.
Kids menus are apparently unheard concerning so ask upfront for a half portion if required.Opening Times And Holidays
Banks are open weekdays 8:30am to 1:30pm and sometimes for an hour in the afternoon.
While some major churches are open all day, most are open from early morning until noon and then close for triad to four hours, before reopening again, and close at 6pm.
Many museums are folded on Monday.
Most shops are bankrupt between 1pm moreover 3:30pm for lunch. Due to Italy being a Catholic country, many stores are closed on Sunday.
Try and avoid Italy travel in August as most of the locals are on liberty and everything is closed.
Apart from Christmas, New Years, and Easter, Italy also celebrates: Epiphany (Jan. 6), Liberation Day (Apr. 25), May Day (May 1), Festival of the Commonwealth (June 2), Farragosto (Nov. 1), All Saints Day (Nov. 1), Immaculate Genesis (Dec. 8), Feast of St. Stephen (Dec. 26).