Last week’s 25 Tips for Traveling in Italy was a huge success and readers, bloggers, Facebook friends and tweeters weighed in on the issue. Here are 25 more tips for traveling in Italy from some of the most experience Italophiles in the world.
- Tuscan Guest House manager, Martha of Friends and Family in Italy advises travelers not to rely on their GPS but to follow the directions from your hotel. As a B&B owner myself, I ditto her tip. We’ve had more than one set of guests get lost after ignoring our directions and following their GPS. - NYC/Caribbean Ragazza recommends travelers carry small bills and coins when shopping in Italy. Many stores can’t-or won’t-break big bills and exact change is often appreciated. - Christine from Miss Expatria advises travelers to call their credit card companies and write down a non “800″ number. You can’t call a US toll-free number from Italy, so you will need an alternative way to reach your card company. For a detailed briefing on both of these tips, head to Why Go Italy-Jessica has already explained it!
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