The official language spoken in Italy is Italian. Some regions in Italy also speak French, German and Slovene.
€25 is approx R400
The time zone in Italy is Central European Standard Time (CET)
You can't go to Italy without trying out an Aperol Spritz (when in Rome, and all that). But also, a pint in a pub/bar in is around €4.50 (approx R70).
Italy is the land of food, so stock up! If you're going for an inexpensive meal then you're looking at around €15 (approx R250) but if you grab a slice of pizza or a pot of pasta from a local takeaway you'll pay around €5 or less (approx R80)!
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 R25).
If you're looking for a cab (although walking is waaaay better to take in all the scenes), taxi tariffs start at around €5 (approx R80) and they add around €1.50 for every km.
Looking to spend more money on experiences (and food) than accom? We feel ya! Get yourself a dorm bed in a hostel from around €20 (approx R320).
Not feeling sharing a room with 4 other travellers? Fair. A double room in a mid-range hotel can vary between €100-€200 (approx R1,600 - R3,200).