• What to wear in Italy in October ...?

    Best answer: Still warm. Take light clothes, a light jacket- a hooded windbreaker would be handy.
    Best answer: Still warm. Take light clothes, a light jacket- a hooded windbreaker would be handy.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do peolpe say italians don't wear flip flops?

    I was in rome last 2 weeks and there were a lot of people wearing flip flops in streets. So they actually wear them.
    I was in rome last 2 weeks and there were a lot of people wearing flip flops in streets. So they actually wear them.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why do Italians sound funny when they talk?

    Best answer: What do you a-mean? The italianos do notta sound funny
    Best answer: What do you a-mean? The italianos do notta sound funny
    9 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is Rome a sh*t hole?

    It's dirty and old and it's full of homeless people
    It's dirty and old and it's full of homeless people
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is Italy a dirty country?

    I was in Rome last month and it was dirty as hell. Are other places in Italy dirty as well?
    I was in Rome last month and it was dirty as hell. Are other places in Italy dirty as well?
    9 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • You tell me a reason why I should go to visit Italy?

    Best answer: Or not.
    Best answer: Or not.
    25 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why do I find it safe in Italy?

    I hear people always saying that Italy is unsafe with stealing, etc. I was there for a couple of days with a tour and sometimes I was alone but nothing happened? I'm female too.
    I hear people always saying that Italy is unsafe with stealing, etc. I was there for a couple of days with a tour and sometimes I was alone but nothing happened? I'm female too.
    13 answers · 2 months ago
  • Ocean leeches?

    I was swimming in the Mediterranean Sea and I felt something sucking on my leg. I saw something there so I freaked out and flicked it off but then it attached to my thumb. Finally I managed to flick it off while freaking out, and I saw it looked like a small blackish oval. Was this a leech? I have had freshwater... show more
    I was swimming in the Mediterranean Sea and I felt something sucking on my leg. I saw something there so I freaked out and flicked it off but then it attached to my thumb. Finally I managed to flick it off while freaking out, and I saw it looked like a small blackish oval. Was this a leech? I have had freshwater leeches in the past and you can never feel them when they attach to you so I was very surprised.
    3 answers · 2 months ago
  • Why do I feel Italy is an overrated destination to travel to?

    I went to Italy, only to realize that a majority of the population only speak Italian. They rarely speak English, and therefore couldn't accommodate to my needs. What's so great about a place that can't accommodate the tourists? I'm from America (Indian American), and I was surprised to see that... show more
    I went to Italy, only to realize that a majority of the population only speak Italian. They rarely speak English, and therefore couldn't accommodate to my needs. What's so great about a place that can't accommodate the tourists? I'm from America (Indian American), and I was surprised to see that there isn't even a special menu for tourists at most of the restaurants. They expect us to have their homegrown Italian food, even though we have come from so far. I've never really been a fan of Italian food, unless it's made in the American style. Also, the architecture is nice, but everything is too crowded and sometimes I felt that their were too many tourists. It was a let down. Also at one point when I was eating at an outdoor park, this moron (Who is one of the street entertainers apparently) came next to me and just started playing some Italian music. I found it extremely rude so told him to leave. What is it about Italy that people love so much? I can see the pictures online, but I didn't expect them not to understand the value of tourists, especially those from America.
    10 answers · 3 months ago
  • Should I cover Spain or any other country (except France) after visiting Italy?

    We have 15 days in total for our trip and I'm travelling with my parents. So this is how I planned. For Italy we planned 3 days Rome, 3 Venice, 2 Milan, 0.5 Pisa, Vernazza or any other for 1-2 days Should we add days in any of the above or reduce it? And it almost leaves us with 5 days for another country. Can... show more
    We have 15 days in total for our trip and I'm travelling with my parents. So this is how I planned. For Italy we planned 3 days Rome, 3 Venice, 2 Milan, 0.5 Pisa, Vernazza or any other for 1-2 days Should we add days in any of the above or reduce it? And it almost leaves us with 5 days for another country. Can anyone recommend which one can we cover up? We can extend a day or two if needed. There's no specific likes and dislikes as we would like to cover most famous points of interest whichever category it follows. TIA.
    6 answers · 4 months ago
  • Honeymoon in Italy! Need ideas!?

    Trying to plan a honeymoon to Italy the second week of March. I want to include the Amalfi Coast, Tuscany, Rome, Florence and Venice. Plan on staying around 10-12 days. Question: where should we fly into? What order should we see the cities? And is the best way to travel between cities on the train? Or should we... show more
    Trying to plan a honeymoon to Italy the second week of March. I want to include the Amalfi Coast, Tuscany, Rome, Florence and Venice. Plan on staying around 10-12 days. Question: where should we fly into? What order should we see the cities? And is the best way to travel between cities on the train? Or should we rent a car for a portion on the trip? I’m hesitant to drive in the big cities or the Amalfi Coast, but feel like it would be nice to drive to the vineyards and Tuscany for a day or so.
    6 answers · 4 months ago
  • Is Italy a good country to live in?

    12 answers · 6 months ago
  • Is Italy a good country to live in?

    5 answers · 6 months ago
  • What are the "must-see" things north of Rome, Italy?

    Florence, Venice, Milan, Genoa, Pisa, etc What places are worth stopping and what is there to see? Thank you.
    Florence, Venice, Milan, Genoa, Pisa, etc What places are worth stopping and what is there to see? Thank you.
    4 answers · 7 months ago
  • Should i go to Italy for 10 days or buy a Macbook Pro?

    Best answer: I would go to Italy for 10 days. 1. Good experience 2. Makes a time to relax 3. Time is money Why I would choose it over Macbook Pro: 1. macbook is just a so called better version of an ordinary computer 2. you would use it pretty much for the same thing u use with what you are using right now to go on yahoo... show more
    Best answer: I would go to Italy for 10 days.
    1. Good experience
    2. Makes a time to relax
    3. Time is money

    Why I would choose it over Macbook Pro:
    1. macbook is just a so called better version of an ordinary computer
    2. you would use it pretty much for the same thing u use with what you are using right now to go on yahoo answers
    3. you won't be able to make much experiences with it, and it's not exactly relaxing.
    7 answers · 7 months ago
  • How do I get from Milan Malpensa airport (MXP) to Lampugnano bus station?

    Are there any trains/buses or shuttles? how much would a taxi cost? I get to MXP at 7:45am and i have to b at the station by 10
    Are there any trains/buses or shuttles? how much would a taxi cost? I get to MXP at 7:45am and i have to b at the station by 10
    3 answers · 7 months ago
  • Is it easy to travel from Los Angeles, CA to Rome, Italy?

    One of my biggest lifetime goals is to visit Rome. I'm not rich, but I'm not poor either. I won't give my exact age, but I'm in my teens. How easy would it be for me to make it to Rome?
    One of my biggest lifetime goals is to visit Rome. I'm not rich, but I'm not poor either. I won't give my exact age, but I'm in my teens. How easy would it be for me to make it to Rome?
    6 answers · 8 months ago