Italy … Probably one of the most romantic countries and on the other hand, it is understandable to most Italians, Russian, such gallant, cheerful, with a mad sense of humor. And Italian films … Sophia Loren, Marcello … Mastroianni … Ah, Italy … In short, the choice-made.
Resolved, Italy, period. Selected route (let's say you have chosen holiday in Sicily or Sardinia, or Rome) suitcases ready, we have only to remember a couple of little things … such as: In the first place. Take along a Russian-Italian phrase book, or remember a couple of words in English that was taught in school: in most areas do not speak not so much in Russian, but also in English. And sometimes, talking to so the same English that you still do not understand. Although, of course, if it is a hotel and there is not seldom speak in English, and recently in connection with the growth of Russian tourists in Italy, some hotels even speak in Russian. But in public places it should not count … That is why the granite Eat lest languages:) Second.
If you're taking a hair dryer or other elektrorpribory, remember that the voltage in the hotel – 220 (zotya, you can forget about it- exactly the same as in Russia), but the Russian does not fit the Italian outlets! So before you leave will need to buy adapters. And yet, we recommend to take a little more road utyuzhok, so you do not depend on its presence or absence in the hotel, also sometimes irons in hotels are not given, cause-fire safety. Third. And expensive workers, Russians, remember that the Italians – people accustomed to imposing and day sleep … … this afternoon and came up with Siesta! Do not forget please, about this famous Italian siesta. Life in Italy from 14.00 to 15.30 just freezes: locking everything: shops, doctors (except hospitals) banks, all special schools and so on. Since the majority of private small shops, then the break can 'jump', so if you want to go after dinner, then take a look once again at the entrance sign with schedules or also ask the seller of the store, how much will be taken back. Fourth. And one more thing: all the museums and shops are often closed on Monday is their legitimate day off.