Frequently Asked Questions about Orvieto
Here are some answers to frequently asked questions by tourists and travelers, while visiting Orvieto. If you don’t find what you are looking for you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we would be happy to answer any questions we can.
Good morning – Buongiorno
Good bye – Arrivederci
Thank you – Grazie
Please – Per favore
Where is the bathroom? – Dov’e il bagno?
Do you accept credit cards? – Accettate carte di credito?
Breakfast – Colazione
The typical Italian breakfast is espresso and a sweat pastry, like a croissant. Italians don’t typically get their espresso or coffee to go, but some bars do have to-go cups. You can ask for “caffè da portare via.”
Lunch – Pranzo
Lunch is often the biggest meal of the day for Italians. Typically they start lunch around 1:30pm or 2pm.
Happy Hour – Aperitivo
Aperitivo is usually between 7pm and 8pm, and consists of drinks (wine or aperol) and snacks.Dinner – Cena
Dinner starts around 8pm or 8:30pm typically. Like most things, Italians like to take their time and enjoy their meals and company.
Study Abroad Programs
Universities with Study Abroad programs in Orvieto:
Gordon College – http://www.gordon.edu/inorvieto
The University of Arizona -http://studyabroad.arizona.edu/
See this page to listen to Orvieto audio resources: https://www.orvietoviva.com/en/audio-resources/
Private guided tours of Rome – http://www.
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