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An essential thing when planning for an Italian vacation would be on the process of deciding how you are going to get to Italy as well as how you will get around it. Your selection on how you travel will be able to add more color on how you travel in Italy. When you are in search for different options for your Italy transport, discover more below about some of the options that are available.
Fly Around Italy
There’s a high chance that you are going to arrive in Italy through plane. If you are flying directly from the U.S., there’s a good chance that you are going to land in Milan or Rome though you could find some nonstop flights available to Venice and Pisa. If you change planes in Europe or will be flying anywhere within the continent, you can in fact take advantage on smaller airlines especially on the budget carriers that flies from major European cities.
Italy actually covers more than 116,000 square miles and two of the 20 regions are actually islands and travels from the very north to the south and vice versa, which is why flying within Italy will be able to help you in saving time than having to take the train.
Traveling through Train
Italy have a national train system, which is considered to be the most popular way for the tourists in getting around the country. It is however very important to pre-book for tickets when you will travel during summer time, holidays or during weekends or when you simply can’t be flexible.
Italy actually comes with different high-speed rail options to where you could travel between major cities. There are also trains that are able to reach 200 kph/124 mph speeds and there are some that are up to 250 kph/155 mph and one which is able to reach 360 kph/224 mph.
Rent a Car
There are many people who wonders whether they should rent a car. If you are just visiting Italian cities, you don’t need to rent a car. There are many cities that have good public transportation and the train systems they have could help you in getting between cities. However, if you prefer to drive, you should see to it that you have a good GPS.
If in case you were stopped by the Italian police while driving, you will mostly be asked to show your International Driving Permit that can be acquired from the AAA in the U.S. and make sure to bring with you your regular license.
Boat Travel Option
Italy actually have more than 4,000 miles of coastline, so traveling by boat is another option when considering an Italian vacation.
Through these different amazing options that’s made available for your Italy travel, it can be confusing to know which is best but all are truly worth it.