Italian phrases for travelers

Master the key Italian phrases you need to navigate your way through Italy. Enhance your travel experience and connect with locals using these essential phrases.
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If you plan to travel to Italy you should learn just a handful of Italian words and phrases. Although English is common in Italy’s larger cities like Florence, Rome, Venice, and the Amalfi coast, fewer people speak English in the smaller towns and less touristy regions. You will find a little bit of Italian goes a long way to pleasing local Italians. You delight them when you attempt to speak their language and you will find they are friendly and patient as you give it your best try to speak…

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Cady Mathews
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Pin It! Depending on where you travel in Italy, knowing some basic phrases will help. While you will need it less in larger cities like Rome, it is still very likely you'll wind up talking to someone who doesn't speak English. That's where this post comes in! I'll provide an overview of the language and

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Diane Bonder
Learn These 27 Basic Italian Travel Phrases for Tourists Before Visiting Italy! - Daily Italian Words Destinations, Travel Destinations, Rome, Travelling Tips, Inspiration, Travel Phrases, Travel Tips, Italian Phrases For Travelers, Italy Travel Tips

Contrary to popular belief, the best way to learn Italian for travel isn’t to memorise an entire travel phrase book from start to finish, but rather, to pick out a few key phrases that will come in handy over the course of your stay in Italy … and that you will actually remember! After all, ... Read more

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Sharon Bot
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Last updated on December 23rd, 2023 at 01:19 pmWe spent two weeks exploring Italy, and during those two weeks, we were most thankful for having learned basic Italian words and phrases. Unlike a few other European countries where English is spoken popularly and fluently, not all Italians speak fluent English. Besides being a nice gesture to put […]

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Jen Morrison