Fast and furious in Italy

Speed limit in Italy- Italy from the Inside

Photo by: Francesca Tosolini

In Italy, speed limits  are:

  • 130 km/h (80 mph) on the freeway; but 110 km/h (68 mph) with bad weather
  • 90 km/h (55 mph) on suburban roads
  • 50 km/h (31 mph) in the cities.

{This is an excerpt from chapter 2 “Driving in Italy” of the eBook “Italy from the Inside. A native Italian reveals the secrets of traveling in Italy”}

The Italian rainbow of waste collection

Italian recycling system- Italy from the Inside

Photo by Francesca Tosolini

Italians recycle their garbage by throwing it into special bins designated for non-recyclable trash, paper, plastic, food waste and glass/cans.

{This is an excerpt from chapter 15 “Miscellaneous information” of the eBook “Italy from the Inside. A native Italian reveals the secrets of traveling in Italy”}

Tipping in Italy

Tipping in Italy- Italy from the Inside

Photo by Francesca Tosolini

If you leave a tip, leave it in cash. If for any reason you leave without leaving a tip, nobody will ever ask you if there was something wrong with your lunch or dinner. In Italy, tips are always well accepted, of course, but they are not a customary rule as in the States.

{This is an excerpt from chapter 3 “Italian cuisine and food establishments” of the eBook “Italy from the Inside. A native Italian reveals the secrets of traveling in Italy”}