How to Travel in Italy and Never Pay for a Single Meal

Mangia! (Jetset Times)

Maybe you’re young and broke. Or maybe you’re like me, a freelance writer and novelist who can’t always count on a steady paycheck. Whatever the case, I’ve been going to Italy for extended month to two month stays since the early 2000s. These days, I’m lucky and financially stable enough to stay in an apartment, eat out regularly, while also cooking for myself in my humble cucina (kitchen).




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Vincent Zandri

Vincent Zandri

NY Times/USA Today bestselling ITW Thriller Award winning author. Go to WWW.VINZANDRI.COM to get my new novel, THE GIRL WHO WASN’T THERE.

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