Here at Salt & Wind we clock in a lot of travel time. As in 100,000 miles annually whether to uncover a new story or to set off on our next Salt & Wind trip. But the truth is being up in the air takes its toll and, after a few thousand miles, you can arrive at your destination feeling, or worse yet, looking weary. Luckily, all that time on the road has taught us a thing of two about how to best rebound after a long flight.
The time has come: you’re finally on your way to Italy. You’ve been dreaming about this trip for months, planning it for years, and you step off the plane with a mix of excitement and trepidation about what lies ahead.
There are two types of travelers: those who make an effort to fit in to the local culture and those who don't give AF. Those who talk loudly, coat their food in condiments. and drink like Thirsty Thursday is going out of style. Here are 10 tips to dine in Italy like a local.