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    Most Tourist Friendly Cities In Italy

    Out of curiosity i want to know that which cities in Italy are the most tourist friendly. I know that italy as a whole gets a lots of visitors and tourists but i am asking about the most tourists friendly one?

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    A friend of mine says Bari, Italy, they have a lot things to do there and are very friendly with the tourist that go there, she goes there every other year and she really likes it there and loves the way the people are there.
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    I have only been to one city in Italy, and that was Milan. Despite knowing only a few phrases in italian, my friend and I were very welcomed. We asked local business employees for directions and advice, talked to a lot of natives who were out on the streets with their families, and had an overall amazing experience. The only thing that we did not like as much were the gypsies who would swarm in front of the cathedral and try to tie bracelets around your wrists. Though after a few minutes you can learn how to shoo them off. This did not deter us from having a great time, just made it a little more interesting!

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    From what I heard, Positano and Piazza del Campo are some of the places where the people are nice and welcoming as well as there are plenty of interesting things to see.

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    Rome is one of the most tourist friendly simply because it is suited to walking around rather than rushing around on an overpriced tour bus. All the major attractions can be visited easily on foot from the city centre and there is also an excellent free map given away by the bus companies just outside Termini station so you wont get lost. There is a metro system but it can get crowded and you shouldn't need it anyway.
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    I have heard that there are a lot of places that are beautiful in Italy but I have also heard that there are some locations that are not as friendly. I do not know of the best since I have not been to Italy, but always wanted to visit Italy. I would like to visit Rome myself, but it would be good to know of other places that are great. I have heard great things about Florence, Italy too from a lady who grew up there.

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    Thanks for this, I was interested in visiting Italy possibly next summer and was thinking of this exact question. I think it is always good to know where a good tourist friendly place is to go. And for me driving in a foreign city can be a hassle especially since they often drive on the other side of the road, so it's good to know you can walk to many places which can be easier if not having to walk too far.
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    The most tourist friendly city I've ever found in Italy is definitely Turin. It's more relxed than the others and has an excellent transport system which is easy to understand and operate. It's a compact city with excellent cafes and restaurants and hiostory. Turin was originally envisaged as the capital of the united Italy but it was then decided to shift to Rome. It has a great literary history and the loveliest position straddeling the river Po that runs through it and sitting in the shadow of the Alps. A must-see is the iconic Mole Antoniella that houses a museum of ciname and visitors can take the stomach-churning ride in a glass-sided elevator to the top for spectacular views. A trip out to the Superga is another highlight of any trip to Turin.

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    Florence was pretty tourist-friendly when I was there! People were very helpful and the city was easy to walk around without using public transport at all. It also has more charm than some of the bigger 'tourist traps' in my opinion, despite being a well known and popular tourist destination.

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    Venice is also very tourist friendly. Obviously it attracts A LOT of visitors because of its reputation for being romantic and also because it's one of the few cities in the world built on water, so the locals have adjusted to the tourism and make the most of it. Everyone there seemed to be very friendly.

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    The people from Florence treated me very nicely (in general), they seemed quite friendly. I was treated way better over there than when I was in France. I think Italian people in general are quite nice! They seem to like it when you try to speak their language, at least a couple of phrases Italy is one of my top destinations to be honest, I loved to be there! The italian language is very easy to learn and to understand (my mother language is spanish) so that was a huge plus for me!

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    I been to many places in Italy, I like Milan the most. For me, the people are more approachable compare to others. Milan is good if you want to do shopping. Compare to Rome, Tuscany and Venice, it doesn't have many good places to see. I also like Florence, they're also friendly. I met new friends there. They are very helpful during my stay there.

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    I believe that Italians are naturally very friendly. I've also heard good things about Rome, Venice, and Florence. I'm not familiar with Bari, Italy. I would have to find out more about this city; but I've heard good things about Rome and Venice, especially.

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    I think most major cities are really tourist-friendly and yes, you have to learn to shoo off the gypsies. Italy is one of the major tourist destinations in Europe, so I guess they know how to treat tourists well!

    Venice was beautiful and the walking tour I went on was marvelous, with a very friendly and knowledgeable English-speaking guide. The only thing to dampen the spirits (no pun intended) was the unexpected rain shower that afternoon. All in all, Italy is one of my favorite places to go to in Europe.

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    All the cities in Italy have charm nice construction in the cities look is awesome but in all of these Rome is my favorite city There are not very many tourists, the cafes are wonderful,hotels are also in good form...
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    Absolutely right Adam! The Rom is also my favourite city in Italy. It has various places for visiting. I visit in this city before my bus tours los angeles. So I want to share some attraction in this city. The Ostia Antica, San Clemente, Palatine Hill, Vatican Museums and Hadrian’s Villa are the most visiting and beautiful places in Rom.

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    Re: Most Tourist Friendly Cities In Italy

    One of the best ways to learn about Italy is through the words of people who live here.
    It’s full of the history, scenery, culture and food that you love in the rest of Italy.
    your sharing is informative and really Italy is very beautiful country.
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    Re: Most Tourist Friendly Cities In Italy

    I am going to share the Most visited Tourist friendly cites in Italy.
    1-Rome
    2-Venice
    3-Florence
    4-Milan
    5-Turin
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    Re: Most Tourist Friendly Cities In Italy

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    Re: Most Tourist Friendly Cities In Italy

    Thanks for the nice suggestion lovely! Now, I am planning to amsterdam tours next month. If, anyone have been there then and had a good experience then suggest me the most visited tourist points of interest and also suggest an accommodation near this.

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    Nice choice friend! The Amsterdam is the capital city of and the most populous within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. My uncle has been visited in this city before couple of month. So I want to share some interesting point in this city. I hope my provide information is useful for you during your tour.
     VondelPark
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     Amsterdam Museum
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    Re: Most Tourist Friendly Cities In Italy

    Italy is a celebrated tourist and vacation. With is full of life cities historical building and structure. It has many hospitable peoples and the county has provided outstanding food. Mostly peoples are think that going on a summer vacation can be expensive in Italy. If you do not know how to have fun without having a lot of money think you will be enjoy your Italian get away without the expensive hotel, restaurant and other places. My best city is Rom. It’s very wonderful.

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    Re: Most Tourist Friendly Cities In Italy

    In my view Brindisi is most tourist friendly city in Italy.

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    If you have a plan to go to Italy then I want to share the names of some fabulous cities of Italy, Rome, Turine, Vience and Milan and Florence. All cisities are the best for all kind of visitors. Rome is one of my favorite city of this region. I have been there after about two years ago with my friends. I had a lot of experience there.

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    Re: Most Tourist Friendly Cities In Italy

    Hyrrin! I agree with you. Italy is a nice country of Europe. You have shared nice Italy's cities name. Really, All cities are very wonderful for visitors. Rome is the most famous and most beautiful city. Rome's destinations are amazing and historical for history lovers. I am planning to visit there again with my collage friends in next free time.

 

 
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