Traveling to Italy


Traveling to Italy may not be good for the body. You decide! If you have an adventurous spirit then this is a wonderful place to travel. However, if you don’t like to walk around much and would prefer to be more in the “adventure” mode then stay home. There’s plenty to do in Italy other than walking. If you want to travel to Italy then the following tips will help make your travel to Italy fun and educational.

– Avoid travel to Italy during the Spring or Summer months. Traveling to Italy during these months can increase your risk of getting a virus that can enter the body and cause illness. So if you must travel:

– Before you travel to get vaccinated or tested for Hepatitis A or Hepatitis B. These are two of the most common viruses that travelers can get. If you do travel to Italy during the spring or summer months, you will want to get vaccinated. The best time to get vaccinated is between fourteen days prior to traveling and four days prior to traveling. This is the most guaranteed work reasons to travel to Italy during the spring and summer months.

– Protect your eyes. If traveling to Italy, you will want to wear sunglasses, safety glasses, or a good pair of prescription sunglasses. It is especially important to wear shades or lenses that do not have UV protection. The sun in Italy can reach temperatures of over fifty degrees Fahrenheit. Not only does this heat damage your eyes but it can also lead to glaucoma and/or cataracts.

– Protect your hands. While many people travel to Italy with their hands full, you should wear the recommended Italian hand sanitizer. This sanitizer contains Epson salt and will kill any bacteria that might be on your hands. This is a must have item when traveling to any country. Try to use the less expensive brands as the expensive ones might not work as well.

– When traveling to any country in the world, it is always a good idea to carry a first aid kit with you. This is especially true when traveling to countries in the world such as Italy and the United States. There are many contagious diseases that can be spread in these areas by traveling. Also just because you are from the united states does not mean you are safe. For example, there have been reports of people coming back from traveling to Italy and ending up with herpes. Therefore; you should carry a package of medications including at least one band-aid and antibiotic medication for fever and a headache.

– Traveling to Italy may be restricted by some of the more popular European Union restrictions. For example, some of the places of interest in Italy are closed to tourists for some reason. Other restrictions include the Eurostar and the Ventra trains no longer run between France and England. However, the Ventra train still runs from France to Amsterdam. There are also some shops which are only open on certain days or hours of the year, such as many of the bodegas. Therefore, it is important to know ahead of time what the opening hours and days of operation are at each location.

When traveling to Italy, you should follow the simple recommendations given above to avoid a situation where you might get sick or otherwise need to seek medical attention from local officials. By following these precautions and asking the frequently asked questions, you will insure that your vacation goes very smoothly. In addition, if any of the precautions above seem unnecessary, simply contact a local travel agent who specializes in traveling to Italy and can help you plan your itinerary and make the most of your time there.