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Taking a breath in the fast-paced rhythm, you will really fall in love with the slow life in Italy~ Italy Chapter 2

Italy is the birthplace of the Renaissance and also the country with the most world heritage sites in the world. The long history and culture make Italy one of the oldest and most charming countries in Europe. Whether it's the numerous historical civilization relics or the fascinating natural landscape, it attracts people from all over the world to travel here. Travel Time🧭⏱️⏰ Italy is very suitable for travel all year round. July and August each year is the peak tourist season in Italy. At this time, the sunshine is sufficient, the rain is less, and friends who love sunbathing, seaside swimming and other outdoor sports can definitely have fun. Of course, the summer discount season during this period every year should not be missed. If you want to avoid the crowd and enjoy a leisurely vacation, you can choose to go in the relatively less crowded spring (April to May) and autumn (October to November). Winter is a great time for winter sports. You can go to the ski resorts in the northern Alps and the Apennines to enjoy the joy of skiing. At this time, southern Italy is very warm and also very suitable for travel. What to wear for a trip to Italy🎽👗👚 It depends on your chosen travel time and location. Italy's summer is dry and the sun is strong, and it is cooler in the morning and evening. Carry a jacket with you in case you need it. Italy's winter is cold and rainy, so bring warm clothes and remember to bring an umbrella. In the snowy mountain areas in the north, even if you go in the summer, you need to bring enough clothes to resist the cold. On the contrary, in the Sicily area in the south, you may only need a jacket even in the severe winter. Of course, remember to check the local weather before departure and bring enough clothes according to the situation. Some local taboosડ🌚ડ 1. Sneezing or coughing in front of others is considered impolite and annoying, so you should immediately say 'sorry' to the people around you. 2. In Italy, ladies are absolutely respected, especially in various social occasions, ladies are always given priority. At banquets, let the ladies eat first, and only when the ladies start to eat with a knife and fork can the gentlemen eat. 3. Italians avoid the number '13'. All house numbers, theater seat numbers, etc. are not allowed to have the number 13. 4. When giving souvenirs, don't give handkerchiefs, because handkerchiefs are considered ominous things used to wipe tears when loved ones part. 5. When giving flowers, avoid giving chrysanthemums, because the blooming season of chrysanthemums is when they sweep the graves; the branches and flowers of the flowers should be odd numbers. 6. More than 90% of Italians are Catholics. In order to show respect for religious beliefs, neither men nor women should wear shorts, short skirts or sleeveless shirts to visit churches or Catholic museums. 7. It is very common for Italians to be late for appointments. But if you have an appointment with an Italian, it is best to arrive a little earlier. Italians being late does not mean they can tolerate others being late. Arriving early at the appointment will also leave a good impression on the other party.
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Posted: Jan 17, 2024
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