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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TRAVELING TO ITALY THIS SUMMER – HOTEL DE’ RICCI

How to dine and explore
While there are fewer tourists in Italy this summer, keep in mind that August is when most Europeans go on vacation. In addition, some hotels, restaurants and other tourism-related businesses are not yet back at full capacity. That means you may have competition finding a seat, room, ticket or beach chair, particularly in destinations popular with European tourists, such as coastal cities and lakes.
In Rome, even though the city itself isn’t crowded, “you need to book a table in advance, because all restaurants are full,” said Flavio Scannavino, hotel manager at the city’s boutique Hotel De’ Ricci. “Trust me: It’s incredible.”

Consider which museums, events, restaurants or tours you would like to include in your trip agenda, and make reservations ahead of time whenever possible to avoid disappointment.

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