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Do you want to spend your vacation in Italy like a local?



What comes to your mind when someone mentions the word vacation next to you? Is it the sandy beaches or the hilly mountains? What about that remote Island in the middle of nowhere? Well, regardless of all that, nothing beats the feeling of traveling and being to Italy! It is also important to remember that tourists are treated differently from locals, whether it is in airports, hotels, or luxury residential suites. Therefore, it will be great to learn how to behave like a local for you to have an authentic experience in Italy!

One can have many fun activities in Italy, including festivals, shopping at high-end malls, and nightlife parties. In fact, you can also have a thrilled Las Vegas-like Net Bet experience provided you know the right games like video poker that work for you. After all, what wouldn't be more exciting to win big on vacation?

So, what are some of the things that you should know before flying to Italy so that you can enjoy your vacation authentically, like a local? Well, they include but aren’t limited to the following:

Greetings are with two kisses!
While kissing a stranger on the cheek may seem like breaking into their personal bubble space, Italians do it daily, regardless of age or gender. Whatever happens in the movies is the true depiction of their daily life. Don't be mean with your warm kisses when you come to Rome. Spread the affection to anyone you meet with a kiss on the left and right cheek!

Put on your best clothes
Italians are among the best-dressed people in the entire globe! They don't just dress to look good but as an embodiment of their deep-rooted culture. However, that doesn't mean that you should put on your designer casuals. After all, you don't want to look like a business person on your own vacation! Get designer accessories such as sunglasses and be assured to blend well with the locals in Milan!

No cocktails with meals
Many cultures in the world, including most US families, prefer to take cocktails alongside meals. However, that is not the same as in Italy. Italians love to accompany their meals with either wine, beer, or water. Therefore, don't make yourself seem weird on the waitress.

Greet people on your way
You will not walk five meters in the streets of Milan without somebody saying hi to you. They'll also appreciate it if you stop the hurry and spare a moment to speak or give a kiss on the cheek!

Order your cappuccino before 11 am
Lastly, it might also interest you to know that cappuccino is strictly for breakfast in Italy. It is not a special rule that you can't break, but it will be best if you wine and dine like an Italian. Do you remember the authentic experience? Don't look weird before the waitress, especially when you order it with a meal. In the evening, accompany your rotisserie chicken with a glass of wine.

The above experiences are the daily norms in the streets of Rome, Milan, Venice, or anywhere in Italy. When you take your vacation, do things like you've been to Rome before, and you'll have the best experience!










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