Legal Guides
Call us: +39 327 0037470

Archive for the Other information Category

How to recover a credit from your Italian debtor

How to recover a credit from your Italian debtor

HOW TO RECOVER A CREDIT FROM YOUR ITALIAN DEBTOR  You provided a service, or you sold goods to an Italian company or privite citizen, but you have not been paid although the payment term has expired. Or maybe you just received a down payment and now your Italian debtor is not willing to pay you the rest. It can happen, just like in every other country in the world. So know you are asking yourself: how do I recover my

Read more

Happy Easter from Vademecum Italia!

Happy Easter from Vademecum Italia!

Happy Easter from Vademecum Italia!

Read more

Eat like an Italian: FAQ

There is a lot of useful information that can help tourists who want to eat at an Italian ristorante or pizzeria. For example, it’s advisable to reserve a table, it’s not necessary to leave a tip, it’s possible to smoke inside the restaurant only if there is a specified smoking area, it’s usually possible to pay the bill by credit/debit cards, etc. Here follows useful information that can be helpful to tourists that come to Italy and want to eat at an Italian ristorante (“restaurant”)

Read more

Eat like an Italian: meal times

Usually Italians have breakfast between 7 a.m. and 9.30 a.m., lunch between 12.30 p.m. and 2 p.m., and dinner between 7.30 p.m. and 9.30 p.m.. The majority of Italian restaurants/pizzerias, etc., respect these hours and, therefore, will stop serving food after 2.30/3 p.m. and again after 11.30 p.m. Supermarkets and local food stores are generally open from 8/9 a.m. to 8 p.m.. Some of them close during lunch break and Sundays. Take-away shops (pizza, gourmet sandwiches, kebab, etc.,) are usually open from 12.30 p.m. to 8 p.m.. Bars (sandwiches, snacks,

Read more

Eat like an Italian: breakfast

The majority of Italians love to have breakfast at a “bar”, pastry shop, or at home! A classic Italian breakfast at a “bar” or pastry shop is caffè espresso (or cappuccino) and croissant. At an Italian home you will probably find cookies, croissants, toasted bread with jam, bread with nutella or jam, cereal, yogurt, pastries, or fruit, a glass of fruit juice or milk, and of course caffè espresso, cappuccino, or tea!! If you go to a bar or pastry shop, make sure you have a

Read more

Trenitalia and Italo: Italian high-speed trains

In Italy, there are two main train companies that allow passengers to travel throughout the Country. One is Trenitalia (Gruppo Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane) and the other one is Italo (Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori). The two companies are more or less equivalent as far as quality and number of services go. Their ticket prices and offers are similar. Tickets are not very cheap, so an early bird booking could save you up to half of the price. Trenitalia and Italo: Italian high-speed trains In

Read more

Drinking in Rome by night

Rome City Council issued an Ordinance that prohibits the sale and consumption of alcohol at night in certain areas of the City, which will be in effect from July 7 until October 31, 2017. Consumers who violate the Ordinance will be subject to fines of € 150. Drinking in Rome by night YEAR 2017 1) Ordinance On July 5, 2017, Rome City Council – Mayor Virginia Raggi – issued an Ordinance (no. 103) regarding the sale and consumption of alcohol at night in certain areas of

Read more
Page 1 of 212

Legal notes

Legal notes

Privacy Policy

Social Media and Contacts

Facebook
TWITTER
RSS
SOCIALICON

Address

Viale A.Gallo, 102 – 00174Rome
P +39 327 0037470
F +39 06 83391791
info@vademecumitalia.com

Donate