Valle d’Aosta
Valle d’Aosta is an autonomous region of Italy, the smallest region of Italy, located on the border with Switzerland (from the north) and France (from the west), whose capital is…

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Genoa
Genoa is a historic coastal city and the largest Italian port in northern Italy, the capital of the province of Genoa and the historical region of Liguria. Located on the…

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Verona
Verona is a city in northern Italy, the administrative center of the province of Verona. The second largest city in the Veneto region and one of the richest in Northern…

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HOW TO SAVE WHEN TRIPING TO ITALY?

How to reduce the cost of staying in Italy without compromising the quality of rest

It’s very difficult to imagine that Italy is not at all expensive, especially during the “alta stagione” (mid season). Therefore, instead of saving on what you can, denying yourself the pleasures, it is better to eliminate unnecessary expenses before departure. Financial planning of the trip is justified. To do this, you should know several features of Italian life.

1. Free admission every first Sunday of the month – “Domenica al museo”

Since July 2014, every first Sunday of the month, admission to museums, galleries, parks, archaeological sites, etc. in Italy is free. The exact information on the list of facilities free on Sundays can be found on Continue reading

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