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Video: Three Common Mistakes Tourists In Italy Make

As the saying goes, “when in Rome, do as the Romans do.” For the most part, this is true, and locals do appreciate it when visitors try to adapt to the native culture. But how exactly does one know how things are supposed to be done, especially when you don’t speak the language? Don’t worry though, because it’s nothing that a bit of research and preparation can’t fix. Whether it’s for something as simple as ordering a cup of coffee, or something as complicated as making bookings and reservations when you want to go out the next day during your Italy vacation, it’s always good to be informed and, in turn, efficient. This will not only save you from a load of hassle (and/or embarrassment!) in the long run, but it might also save you some precious time which you could be using to enjoy yourself, instead of trying to [...]

Video: Common Italian Expressions For Your Next Italian Vacation

For anyone who is traveling abroad, learning the language of the country is always a useful thing to do. While we can’t exactly master an entire language overnight, we CAN, however, learn some short, useful words that we can apply here and there. That’s why we put together this short video for you who want to learn some common Italian expressions for your next Italian vacation… or for those of you who want to impress people at that next party you’re going to. Better yet, learn it and use it to impress people at a party you’re going to during your Italian vacation. So give it a look, learn the words, use them, and the next time you walk around Rome and hear someone tell you, “Figo!” remember to smile!

A Glimpse of Italian Language on your Italy Trip

Buongiorno!The Italian Language is one of the most fascinating languages in the world which is regarded as musical and emotionally expressive. Being the native language of about 70 million people, it is much used all around the globe not just by native speakers but also as a non-natives as well. There are countries which consider Italian as one of their official languages such as Switzerland, where they call it Italian Swiss. After the unification of Italy, the Italian language was then adopted based on the Tuscan dialect. This significant transformation didn’t just provide a great impact in Italy’s politics but also on the economical, social and cultural aspect. That is why many speakers acknowledged the national language as their primary language instead of their native dialect. It is indeed a plus factor in your Italy trip if you know even just a bit of the Italian language. Italian is the [...]