Hints and Tips For Traveling in Italy

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Traveling anywhere these days is not very difficult. Technology has allowed traveling to become easier and cheaper than it has been before, the price of fuel at the moment aside. The world has become more accessible to everyone and you should rightly make the most of it. One experience that I thoroughly recommend is traveling in Italy. The country is beautiful, the climate is warm and you will never be bored, but there are certain things you can do to make your trip even better:

1. If you are traveling in Italy and visit a large city like Rome or Milan then keep your bag, purse or wallet close, and hidden if possible, at all times. Pickpockets are everywhere and the crime rate is high, especially where tourists are concerned.
2. Never forget the bug spray! Italy may be beautiful but it is very hot in summer and the bugs, including mosquitoes, are out in force. You could end up with painful and itchy bites at the very least and in hospital with a nasty illness at the worse so take precautions and apply bug spray!
3. Stay out of the sun during the siesta hours. Siesta is in place in Italy for a reason – it is simply too hot for people to be out and about. If the locals think that then take their word for it!
4. Buy a good guidebook with a map. Many Italian cities have what is usually called the "Drains" or something similar. They are old drainage systems and tend to wind around a lot. As such, it is easy to get lost! Make sure that you have a guidebook on hand before you get exploring just in case you get lost.

If you take these tips on board then you will enjoy every moment of your trip to Italy. As with everywhere, it does have it's drawbacks but protect against those when traveling in Italy and you will have the best holiday of your life!

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Source by Anthony Gregory

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