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The country in Europe where the official language is Italian and the currency Euro (EUR), this is Italy.

Milan is the capital and also one of the popular cities.

There are other major cities like Rome, Florence, Venice, Palermo, Naples and many others where you can travel during your journey to Italy.

While traveling around Italy we recommend you to try some of the best local food like pasta, pizza, lasagna, raviolli, gelato.

There are many international airports in Italy where you can land and the biggest one is Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (FCO).

If you arrive at Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (FCO) in Milan, which is also the largest airport in the country, and you’re going to any other city, no worries. Italy is well connected so it takes a maximum of a few hours to reach other cities.

Italy accepts Euro. If you’re traveling from a country where the currency is other than Euro, it would be a good idea to exchange money before your journey to Italy.

Italy has a population of 60.3 million people, making it one of the top 100 most populated countries in the world.

The only official language in Italy is Italian. However, the largest part of locals can speak one more language besides their native one; usually it is Romanian, Arabic, Albanian, Spanish.

France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia have borders with Italy.

The climate in Italy ranges from humid subtropical to humid continental and oceanic, pretty similar to the rest of countries in that part of Europe. If you are considering a visit to Italy during the summer, then you don’t need to bring warm clothes with you as the weather is usually pleasant and sunny. Although if you are arriving at the end of the summer you might want to pack a light sweater with you as it can get a bit cold in the evenings. Nevertheless, when you’re visiting Italy it’s better to check the weather forecast before your trip so you can pack appropriate clothes.

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