Italy is known all over the world for its churches and other monuments that were made during different eras of history. The country has a number of places that showcases the rich past and heritage. Italy has some of the finest collections of art and other works that were made during the era of Renaissance.When you are planning to travel to Italy, there are a number of factors which you need to keep in mind. Here are some of the tips that are shared below.a. First and foremost is the budget as Italy is one of the expensive countries in Europe. There are a number of cheaper options to travel, live and explore this country. You can always refer to the local travel guides that would suggest you ways on saving money while exploring Italy.b. The peak tourist season in Italy starts from the month of June and it goes on till the month of September. So, if you are low on budget then avoid this time. If you are travelling off season then the best time to visit Italy would be during the months of February and April.c. It never hurts to have travel insurance. If you are an overseas traveller then I would suggest you that you should have a travel insurance that would safeguard you from any loss or theft of your belongings.d. Another thing that you should keep in mind is to travel light. You may not find a porter at the railway stations of Italy.e. Rome has a number of places that you can see and explore. There are a number of cheap hotels that are situated on the outskirts of the city where you can stay. Italian food and cuisine is known all over the world and you have a golden chance to try out some of the delicacies from this cuisine. There are a number of affordable restaurants that are situated all around the city of Rome. There are a number of bars, pubs and discotheques which are open all night long.f. Venice is another interesting place where you should go when you come to Italy. Do carry a good camera to capture some of the spectacular views that this city has to offer.g. Language is not a problem in Italy. Apart from Italian, people here can converse easily in English, French and German. As you go deeper into Italy, you would notice more regional dialects which are spoken by the people. Don’t hesitate to use sign language whenever it is necessary.