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Farmacias can even be found in smaller places. The network of pharmacies is as comprehensive in Italy as at home. more
Plenty of doctors can be found. There are first-aid stations created specifically for tourists, the Guardia Medica Turistica in addition to the other Italian doctor's surgeries and clinics. more
There is no doubt, that Tuscany is a very good place for campers. Especially on the coast, plenty of camping grounds can be found, all with different standards. more
EU and Swiss citizens need a valid ID card or passport. Children and youths must have their own documentation. more
The Euro is the valid currency throughout Tuscany and Italy. Credit cards are usually accepted in many stores and hotels. more
The Mediterranean siesta is taken seriously in Tuscany: In the midday hours, not much takes place in the shops and on the streets. more
Anyone who talks about Tuscany, has a year-round weather format in mind: tepid winter, mild spring and autumn and a hot, dry summer. This is always the case, when the grand scheme of things isn't changed. more
The telephone network in Italy is extensive, telephone booths can be found in every small village. The country code for Italy is 0039. The regional code, including the first zero, must always be dialed. more
Italian is spoken in Tuscany. Anyone visiting the cultural highlights of the region, in the larger cities and tourist sports, will be able to get by in English. more
Tuscany is in the Central European time zone. There is a time difference of +1 hour from the UK. more
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