Italy is a beautiful country and one of the ultimate destinations in Europe. Tourists flock to Italy each year to see the sites, experience the cuisine, and to traverse the beautiful countryside. There are so many different aspects of the country to experience that it can be easy to miss something important.
Though following a guide to the letter won’t necessarily give you the perfect Italian getaway, it will help you see and do more than you would have previously thought and get the most out of your Italian getaway.
Here are a few tips for traveling to Italy that you should definitely adhere to.
Drinking the Water Is Okay
In the larger Italian cities like Florence, Rome, and Venice, you can get perfectly clean, safe, and free drinking water that is located in the town squares. If you take a reusable bottle or fill up an empty water bottle that you’ve bought from a store, you can refill it whenever you need and save a ton of money on having to buy a bottle of water every time that you need it.
Little tips like this can save you a little bit of money that can add up over a long period of time, allowing you to spend more money throughout your vacation on things that you might not have allotted money to before.
See the Beaches
There are a ton of tourist destinations throughout Italy but the beaches are definitely worth checking out. There are thousands of beautiful beaches across the Italian coastline that you will find yourself visiting day after day because of its beauty.
Italy isn’t all about cityscapes – there is plenty of time for the city tours. Kick back on the beautiful beaches and make your social media followers jealous by posting pictures of you relaxing on some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe.
Travel by Train
When you need to travel from city to city, you can avoid expensive taxis by taking the train. Not only do these high speed railways get you between the major cities, you will get an impressive look at the countryside as you zip on to your next destination.
There is no better combination when traveling in Italy than the speed and the site-seeing that you get when traveling by train. Make this a must when you visit Italy next.