10 Italy Travel Tips and Places You Must Visit

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Italy is one of the best countries that I have visited! When you see Italy for the first time you understand it. Roma, Venice, and other cities the best therapy for your soul. It costs to come here! Beautiful landscape, wine, culture, cuisine (tasty pasta and pizza), and history will not let you be bored. I created Italy travel blog about my trip to Italy last summer. I hope you will like it!

If you are planning to visit Italy, this article for you! I will tell you about Italy travel tips and what you should see in this beautiful country!

Italy

Everything You Need To Know Before Visiting Italy

1. Be early bird

Italy is a very crowded and touristic city. If you want to visit Trevi Fountain and find a place where you can take a photo, you need to wake up early when a lot of tourists is sleeping. Especially in summer, there are so many tourists, and they can spoil the impression of Italy, but you need to avoid it!

Advice from Alligator: Wake up before 80% of people, and enjoy the empty Italy streets and squares! Before 9 a.m. is one of the best times to explore and try their delicious food. (Be truth, all local people do the same)

2. Look like a local inhabitant

It can be strange, but you shouldn’t look like a tourist. This tips will help you do shopping, eat at the restaurant cheaper than a tourist does. Also, many people ask for money (African and Indian men) and offer you something usefulness things. You may find these people near Colosseum, Pantheon, Roman Forum, St. Peter’s Cathedral and other famous places. Be careful and use my Italy vacation tips because these people can make you angry!

3. Drink wine

Italy wine

You must buy Italy wine if you visit this country! You can find any wine 5-25$, and I recommended to try the cheaper and the most expensive, and you will understand that in Italy every bottle of wine like it is perfect!

4. Find a local cafe or restaurant

food in italy

Everyone traveler knows that if you want to eat in cafes near touristy places, you need to pay more. If you have enough money you needn’t worry about that, but if you a budget tourist – choose more remote places, find out where local people usually eat (Italy travel tips: often locals prefer a cheap and cozy restaurant with tasty food). If you cannot find places, ask people! It’s better than overpaying for popular places that cannot (usually) make a good impression.

5. Visit Venice

venice

Of course, everyone needs to visit Roma in Italy. But Venice utterly different city with their architecture, people and beautiful places. Doge’s Palace, Rialto Bridge, St. Mark’s Cathedral, Bridge of Sighs and other places will express you for a long time! Venice is a very romantic city if you want to visit it with your couple, don’t waste your time and start to search for tickets!

6. Riposo

You need to know that Italian people have traditional: they relax in the middle of the day. From 1–4 p.m. you will understand that many shops and cafes are closed. It’s the usual thing because every person is relaxing with family now.

7. Don’t forget about the mountains

Italy mountains

Of course, cities in Italy fascinate and attract, but this country also has beautiful mountains. I recommended to visit Livigno, Alta Badia, and Bormio – are the best ski areas in Italy.

8. Use the train to get somewhere

The train is the best way to travel around Italy. There are two popular companies: Trenitalia and Italo. You will find cheap tickets on sites and have a comfortable trip. My tip for you: buy tickets online because in a ticket office the price will be higher.

9. What is Coperto?

Coperto is a fee or cover charge that you will see at most Italian restaurants. You may not give a tip for service, but you can see in your bill “Coperto”. It’s a cost for bread and a waiter.

Italy travel tips: save money and don’t leave a tip in this way!

10. Cash or credit

While time in other countries in Europe you can pay by card everywhere, in Italy many museums, some shops and pizzerias only take cash. That’s why you need to exchange your money in euro and pay different ways. ATMs (where you can withdraw money are everywhere, and it accepts cards tied to the Visa, MasterCard, Cirrus and Maestro systems.

There were the most important things to know when traveling to Italy. Enjoy your vacation without a problem!

5 Places You Must See in Italy

1. Venice

Venice

I told about this city early, and you need to see it! (scientists say that the city goes underwater to 2060) Don’t miss the change to visit it before. Tips: visit Piazza San Marco and markets like Mercati di Rialto that dates back to the 11th century. Buy city guide and feel comfortable!

2. Rome

rome

Some time ago the capital of the Roman Empire, Rome today is the administrative seat and capital city of Italy. Situated in the nation’s focal locale of Lazio, Rome is a large and sophisticated city that is both noteworthy and present day in the meantime.

Best known for lodging old Roman structures and the Vatican City, Rome has suffered for over 2,500 years as an essential place for culture, power, and religion. From antiquated sentimental squares to dazzling houses of God and Renaissance design, there is such a significant amount to see and do in Rome, that it could take months to see everything.

3. Bologna

Bologna
view on Sala Borsa and Fountain of Neptune on Piazza del Nettuno in Bologna, Italy in autumn day

The best meat city I have visited. Here you’ll find the best meat-inclusive dishes in the country, meatballs, and antipasto, kinds of pasta and sauces.

4. Dolomites

Dolomites

You could easily get lost in, indeed. Emotional views on the mountains and hilly countryside will clear you, and the German-Austrian impact gives you a complete multicultural experience. Climbing here is famous for overall explorers, and you can invest your energy holing out in one of the mountain towns like Bolzano or Castelrotto.

5. Florence

Florence

Situated in the center of Tuscany wine nation and cathedrals, basilicas, museums, and historical monuments, Florence mostly sells itself. Make sure to attempt a Panino con lampredotto — a nearby delicacy found distinctly in Florence — while you’re around the local area!

6. Sicily

Sicily

The charm of Sicily is evident: clear waters, old Roman mosaics, and marvels to explore like the Alcantara. Get some real gelato from Ferlito Gelateria before the Baroque Palazzo Senatorio, and see the general perspectives from Castello de Venere on the highest point of Mount Erice.

Also in my tips for traveling to Italy, you should to remain at Secret B&B in Trapani on the western shoreline of the island and eat at Cantina Siciliana — a one-stop look for Italian dishes of any kind.

7. Naples

Naples

Naples is the capital of the Campania region and one of the most beautiful cities in Italy! The city of Naples offers a fortune trove of fine arts and unique destinations, shops, cafés, and nightlife clubs. Numerous most loved Italian foods started from here, for example, pizza, spaghetti, and parmigiana. These dishes are paid attention to in Naples and usually highlight new, privately developed ingredients. As it is adjacent well-known locales like the Bay of Naples and Pompeii, Naples shows a perfect base to remain while investigating the region.

8. Milan

Milan

About annihilated from substantial shelling during WWII, Milan has since reproduced and now sparkles as one of the wealthiest urban communities in Europe. Generally viewed as a uber style focus overflowing in architect shops, Milan additionally pulls in numerous to its enduring worlds well-known fortunes like Leonardo da Vinci’s artistic creation, The Last Supper, the La Scala Opera House, the Castello Sforzesco and one of the world’s most prominent Gothic church building.

In any case, Milan at times seems less Italian contrasted with the nation’s dominatingly noteworthy urban areas and to a higher degree an alluring city with modern engineering.

9. Pompeii

Pompeii

A standout amongst Italy’s most visited vacationer goals, Pompeii is an acclaimed Roman city which was covered under a few feet of fiery volcanic remains for about 1,700 years after the destructive emission of Mt. Vesuvius. Excavation of Pompeii started in 1748, and the site is yet to be completely uncovered.

A voyage through Pompeii offers an entrancing understanding into the regular day to day existence of the old Roman world. Guests can stroll along the antiquated boulevards to see the remaining parts of bread kitchens, massage parlors, and showers.

10. Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre

Signifying “Five Lands,” Cinque Terre contains the five towns of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Vernazza, Monterosso, and Corniglia. Situated in Italy’s northwestern seaside locale of Liguria, the villages of this city highlight a portion of the country’s most beautiful landscapes that incorporate soak bluff sides and wide porches. Among its many pearls, this area brags centuries-old complex climbing ways that offer a portion of Italy’s most shocking beach front perspectives. The Blue Trail is a cleared trail associating every one of the five of the towns and is reasonable for all ages.

The end. Read my travel tips for Italy and be ready for the journey! Italy, fascinating country and you fall in love at first sight! Good luck with your trip!

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