Italian Phrase Book & Dictionary

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Italian Phrase Book & Dictionary
  • Key words and phrases for travelers
  • In full color, with color coding for easy navigation
  • Handy pocket-size format
  • Menu decoder and phone instructions
  • Italian–English dictionary

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    What's Included

    After decades of close-to-the-ground travel through Europe, Rick Steves has learned which Italian words and phrases are important for independent travelers — and which ones are worthless outside of four-star hotels. This pocket-sized volume is packed with practical words and phrases designed to help you enjoy a better trip.

    You'll find key Italian words and phrases covering:

    • Travel in Italy by train, car, city transit, and taxi
    • Shopping, money, entertainment, activities
    • Sightseeing, technology, sleeping
    • Italian food and wine, with extensive descriptions
    • Travel talk, health, love, curse words
    • Italian tongue twisters and gestures

    Wait — there's more:

    • Detailed Italian–English and English–Italian traveler's dictionary
    • Helpful Italian–English and English–Italian menu decoder
    • Tips for using mobile devices and getting online
    • Phrases for making reservations over the phone
    • Maps to aid in conversations
    • Words and phrases designed to help you make friends with Italians

    Product Details

    Author(s): Rick Steves
    Dimensions: 5 ½" x 3 ¾" x ½"
    Weight: 8 oz
    Pages: 442
    Publication date: September 2019 (8th edition)
    Next edition arrives: TBD

    Is This the Right Book for Me?

    If your trip will focus primarily on Italy, this single-language phrase book is your best value.

    If you'll be traveling to French- or German-speaking areas as well, Rick Steves' French, Italian & German Phrase Book might be the better buy. It contains all the essentials of each single-language phrase book, but without a dictionary, and with fewer travel tips (and it's in two-color, not full color).