Italy, 100 travel facts about Italy, You should know before visit Italy

Italy is really an amazing country to visit. The most amazing matter of Italy is 100 travel facts about Italy which help you to know Italy Nation completely.

 

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  1. Italy is a proper name Repubblica Italiana from the Italian Republic where the most well-known Nickname is “Bel Paese which means beautiful country.
  2. In Italian Traffic Police rules, there has two Lamborghini Gallardo in service.
  3. The Whatsapp is located in nearly Italian divorce proceedings.
  4. Rome is the capital city of Italy which was founded in 753BC.
  5. There’s a favorite restaurant built into a grotto in Italy.
  6. Train travel is a breeze which is more amazing.
  7. The currency of Italy is the Euro. Prior to 2001, it was the Italian Lira.
  8. Religion is predominantly Christian where Roman Catholics are more than 90%.
  9. Get used to paying for public restrooms to get easily.
  10. The food isn’t always incredible in Italy.
  11. More than 98% of Italian’s can read and write.
  12. Italians eat spaghetti only with a fork.
  13. You don’t have to book a hotel in the city where you’re visiting.
  14. The Loud, angry speech does not automatically make an argument!.
  15. The official language of Italy is Italian.
  16. Mozzarella is well known as Italian cheese balls, originally made from buffalo milk
  17. There are so many things in Italy to explore worldly.
  18. You must have to prepare to eat a lot.
  19. Italian Pizza is surely one of the most famous exports and in Italy which is usually baked in a wood-fired oven and very thin, but loaded with fresh vegetables or thinly sliced ham, salami, artichokes or olives.
  20. The Italian Government system is the Democratic Republic.
  21. You must be prepared to visit tons of amazing viewpoints.
  22. Most of the cities are extremely walkable which is very much easy to visit.
  23. The Italian main dishes contain pork and beef, rice and pasta products, seafood and potatoes.
  24. Alessandro Volta who was the pioneer studied in electricity, hence the name “Volt” describing a unit of electricity.
  25. Leonardo da Vinci who was a scientist and artist was the first to prove the world is round and not flat.
  26. There are many major tourist attractions have skip-the-line options.
  27. There are Buongiorno and Buona sera what will go a long way.
  28. Christopher Columbus and Amerigo Vespucci who was the Italian explorers discovered the Americas while Marco Polo explored the East.
  29. There is much Italian soccer league which is followed by many Italians abroad too: Inter, Milan, Roma, Napoli, and Juventus are just some of the Italian soccer teams which are favored by Italians.
  30. The vino is more fabulous.
  31. There are many Italians love sports. Cycling, Skiing, Soccer, and Motor Racing are just some of the sports Italians have a very strong interest in and good teams of sportsmen and women.
  32. Most of the young people learn to speak English, French or German at school in Italy.
  33. Italians Take Riposo Very Seriously.
  34. To make your best friend, Your Salad Has a New Best Friend.
  35. The Italy pronunciation is very melodic & soft and so is still used in opera and is popular by young musicians. Even German composers used this language which sounds much softer than German.
  36. All people of Italy do not speak proper Italian, but one of its many Italian dialects. Some of the older people can neither speak local dialect or will speak only German when living in the Northern Region of Alto Adige, or French dialect in the Valle d’Aosta
  37. The Italian language derives from Latin which is a romance language.
  38. The New Cafe Culture is Non-Existent.
  39. If you want to go long away, then you Will Go a Long Way “Non-Capisco” and “Ciao,” “Grazie”.


  40. In the Alps, you will very likely see the marmots, which make a very high pitched calling sound.
  41. A protected species in Italy are Brown bears as there are only a few bears left in the wild now.
  42. Always Validate Your Train and Bus Tickets.
  43. All Roads Lead to Rome.
  44. the Sheep are held mainly in Southern Italy and the donkeys still help farmers in remote villages to carry heavy loads over steep terrain.
  45. Italy Venice is a Lagoon City build on islands and known for its Carnival
  46. The Vatican City is led by the Pope and is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church, led by the Pope.
  47. There are two of the world’s smallest countries-San Marino in Northern Italy which are the oldest republic in the world and Vatican City in Rome, the smallest country in the world.
  48. You have to Know About Italian Food Out the Window Throw Everything.
  49. Italy is subdivided into 20 regions, like Tuscany (around Florence), Veneto (around Venice) and Lazio (around Rome).
  50. you will find Italy’s three active volcanoes in the South of Italy, these are Vesuvius near Naples, Etna on Sicily and Stromboli off the coast of Italy.
  51. The Apennines are another big mountain range which goes all along with the boot and separates the East and the West of the country.
  52. The Po is Italy’s longest river.
  53. The capital of Rome is often called ” The Eternal City” which is with 3.57 million inhabitants. It is also introduced as Italy’s biggest city.
  54. The highest mountain in Italian can be found in the Alps. The highest mountain is the Monte Bianco which is better known as Mont Blanc, which is 4,807m.
  55. The mountain range of the Alps separates in the North of Italy from the other European countries France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia.
  56. As the country is shaped like a high-heeled boot where Italy is easy to recognize on any world map.
  57. A flight to Rome take roughly 8 hours from New York/USA, 2.5 hours from London/England, It is true that Italian lies in Southern Europe
  58. The Italian flag represents three virtues the colors: faith (white), hope (green) and charity (red).
  59. Italy is a founding member of the European Union (EU) and NATO.
  60. During the Second World War, Italy sided with Nazi Germany
  61. Italy was a kingdom until 1946.
  62. Including the islands of Sicily and Sardinia, Italy was unified as a nation by Garibaldi in 1861.
  63. The Roman Empire imploded in 395AD
  64. Sixty-one million people were living in here from the report of 2011.
  65. Italy is the 5th most populous country in Europe by 61 million inhabitants.
  66. In Italy, there is a submerged bronze statue of Jesus Christ of 2.5 meters tall.
  67. The display on Galileo’s middle finger is at a museum in Florence, Italy.
  68. There is home to the largest number in here of UNESCO World Heritage Sites with 50.
  69. Italy has more volcanoes than in other European countries. A fault line lies in the tectonic plates under the country.
  70. The ice cream cone is well known which was invented by the Italian.
  71. Mussolini was expelled At age 10 from a religious boarding school in Italy for stabbing a classmate in the hand.
  72. Italy Venice all gondolas are required to be painted in black by law.
  73. The Espresso who was invented by an Italian did so to reduce breaks.
  74. The Thermometer invented by The Italians.
  75. Poveglia which is well known as dangerously “haunted” is an island in Italy that public access is not permitted.
  76. In Milan, except during funerals or hospital visits, Italy, it’s a legal requirement to smile at all times.
  77. An Italian man under house arrest asked to go to prison to escape his wife in 2013.
  78. The typewriter was also invented by them.
  79. Pizza and ice cream invented by Italians.
  80. The mafia accounts of Italian for 7% of Italy’s GDP
  81. Italian artist Piero Manzoni called it “Artist’s sh*t” and sold them for up to €124,000 a tin who filled 90 tin cans with his feces.
  82. In Italy, a cat inherited a US$13 million fortune from its owner.
  83. The largest producer of wine in Italy in the world.
  84. San Marino Located within Italian which is the world’s oldest republic (301 A.D.) and holds the world’s oldest continuous constitution.
  85. pepperoni” refers to bell peppers in Italian. There’s no Italian salami by that name.
  86. The well known Italian serial killer Leonarda Cianciulli was famous for turning victims into tea cakes and serving them to guests.
  87. A court in Italy ruled that telling a man he has “no balls” is a crime, punishable with a fine in 2012.
  88. Tomatoes weren’t introduced in Italian until the 1540s & came from America.
  89. Italians One-third of people have never used the Internet
  90. Between the ages of 30 and 35 live with their parents which is more than a third of single Italian men.


  91. The University of Bologna which introduced as the world’s oldest university in continuous operation is in Italian, founded in 1088.
  92. During a grape festival in here due to a technical error In 2008 the wine started flowing through taps in dozens of homes.
  93. Lasagna: layered pasta dish with tomato, mozzarella cheese, and mincemeat filling.
  94. An Italian invention is Gelato ice-cream.
  95. the Parmesan cheese originated where Parma is in Italy.
  96. Italians 51% of people can’t afford a vacation.
  97. Pesto is a thick green sauce with olives, pine kernels, and Parmigiano cheese, herbs and olive oil.
  98. The simply is Calzone a folded-up pizza
  99. Italian pasta renowned worldwide where there are more than 200 different shapes.
  100. There are like the Panettone which is many delicious sweet cakes in Italy.

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