A pint in a pub/bar in Italy is around €4.50 (approx $8). We'd recommend trying the local specialty though: an Aperol Spritz.
A basic lunchtime meal in a restaurant is around €15 (approx $26) but if you grab a slice of pizza or a pot of pasta from a local takeaway you can pay around €5 or less (approx $9)
The prices of transport in Italy differ depending on where you are, but on average a one-way ticket on local transport is around €1.50 (approx $2.5)
Taxi tariffs start at around €5 (approx $9) and they add around €1.50 for every km.
Accommodation can sometimes be on the pricey side, so get yourself a dorm bed in a hostel from €20 (approx $35).
Looking for something a little nicer? A double room in a mid-range hotel can vary between €100-€200 (approx $170-$340).
Discover the intriguing secrets of the origins of the world’s most romantic city surrounded by water. You'll be enchanted as you wander through the city's picturesque cobblestone alleyways, walk across canals via charming bridges, hop in a gondola, dip into chic wine bars, authentic cafes, and gaze at stunning Venetian art/architecture.
Florence is known as the birthplace of the Renaissance and is home to Michelangelo’s famous statue of David and the huge gothic cathedral, the Duomo. Another reason to visit Florence is that it is in the heart of Tuscany – wine country! Experience Florence and all its exquisite beauty, wander the streets of Florence taking in the beautiful buildings and people that pass you by. With fantastic food and wine, you won't be disappointed
The official language spoken in Italy is Italian. Some regions in Italy also speak French, German and Slovene.
€25 is approx $50
The time zone in Italy is Central European Standard Time (CET) and therefore is 10 hours behind of New Zealand.