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Travel in Italy: Most Searched Questions and Quick Answers

  • “What are the top things to do in Italy?” – Some of the top things to do in Italy include visiting Rome’s historical landmarks, exploring the beautiful cities and towns of Tuscany, touring the art galleries and museums of Florence, and taking a scenic drive along the Amalfi Coast.


  • “What are the best places to visit in Italy?” – Some of the best places to visit in Italy include Rome, Venice, Florence, Tuscany, the Amalfi Coast, Sicily, Lake Como, Pompeii, and Cinque Terre.


  • “What is the best time to visit Italy?” – The best time to visit Italy depends on your preferences and the specific region you are visiting. The peak tourist season is typically from May to September, when the weather is warm and sunny. However, Italy can also be a great destination in the shoulder season (April and October) when the crowds are smaller and the weather is still pleasant.


  • “What is the currency in Italy?” – The currency in Italy is the Euro (EUR).


  • “What language is spoken in Italy?” – The official language of Italy is Italian.


  • “What should I pack for a trip to Italy?” – When packing for a trip to Italy, you should consider the climate and the activities you have planned. Some essential items to pack include comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, a hat or sunglasses, a lightweight rain jacket, and a swimsuit if you plan to visit the beach. You should also bring a passport if you are traveling from abroad, as well as any necessary visas and travel documents.


  • “What is the food like in Italy?” – Italian cuisine is known for its delicious and varied dishes, including pizza, pasta, and gelato. Italy is also home to a wide range of regional specialties and ingredients, such as truffles, prosciutto, and Parmesan cheese.


  • “What is the transportation like in Italy?” – Italy has a well-developed transportation system, including trains, buses, and flights. The country also has an extensive network of roads and highways, making it easy to explore by car.


  • “Is it safe to travel to Italy?” – Italy is generally a safe country to visit, with a low crime rate. However, as with any destination, it is always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings and take basic safety precautions, such as keeping an eye on your belongings and avoiding isolated areas at night.


  • “How expensive is it to travel to Italy?” – The cost of traveling to Italy can vary depending on your budget and the type of trip you are planning. Accommodations, transportation, and activities can all affect the overall cost of your trip. However, there are ways to save money while traveling in Italy, such as staying in budget accommodations, eating at local restaurants, and taking advantage of free or low-cost activities.
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Enjoy exclusive, efficiently-organized access to two significant sites in Florence with this guided small group or private tour. See Michelangelo’s statue of David and climb Brunelleschi’s dome. Head into the Accademia Gallery, enter the Cathedral, and climb the famous cupola faster with pre-reserved tickets. Expert local guides always lead tours.

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Enjoy pre-reserved tickets to climb Brunelleschi’s famous Dome. Enter the Cathedral from a separate entrance for small groups, and visit the key religious monuments in Duomo Square, including the Museum and the Baptistery with an expert local guide.  Enjoy 72 hours of access to all the sites in Duomo Square with Brunelleschi Pass.


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Explore the masterpieces housed in the Uffizi Gallery and enter more quickly with your pre-reserved tickets. Climb up Brunelleschi’s dome (one of the most iconic structures in Florence) at the end of this 3-hour guided tour.

Full access to the Cathedral with the included Brunelleschi Pass–valid for 72 hours!

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See the most important site in Florence with pre-reserved tickets. Visit the Cathedral from a separate entrance and explore the Duomo Museum, and Baptistery with an expert local guide. Climb Giotto’s Bell Tower and visit other monuments in Duomo Square at your leisure using your pass, which is valid for 72 hours.


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Discover Siena, its famous monuments, and hidden treasures on a walking tour. Enjoy our pre-reserved, skip-the-line tickets for the Cathedral to head in faster and start exploring more quickly.

Catch quiet moments in tucked-away squares and cobbled streets as you stroll through the winding, well-preserved medieval neighborhoods.

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How do deep-rooted Jewish families feel about their past and future? Commemorate a long, rich history in Venice on this guided walking tour in Venice’s Jewish ghetto, one of the world’s oldest. Choose to complete your experience with the Synagogues tour organized by the Jewish Museum.


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Visit one of the most important sites in Venice with an expert local guide, bypassing long lines with pre-reserved tickets. Learn about both the supreme authority and wealth of the ruling Venetian Doges and the famous Casanova. See Venice best by joining our small group or a private tours.