Le Colombelle

Via Stradona 71, Venice, 35010, Italy
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Dress code

by Samushka

We are going to Italy in the beginning of September for 2 weeks. what would be appropriate close for comfortable travel from Venice to Florence,Rome and Amalfi coast.Is shorts and sandals acceptable form in some places. I understand that more appropriate close expected while visiting Vatican. Thanks for your advice.

Re: Dress code

by Mozumbus

elsewhere, you may choose to dress as you please. But as you noted, there is a dress code for Vatican. I observed that they were not denying entry to Vatican because of dressing issues but if you want to visit museum and the church then the adequate dressing is a must.
Happy Travelling!

Re: Dress code

by hawkhead

Do you mean to wear while travelling from A to B e.g. from Venice to Florence? Or do you mean to wear while at a place where you will stay? Long-ish shorts of the tailored variety would be okay for a male but certainly not acceptable for a female to wear visiting churches and so on. Nor bare shoulders for a female, nor topless for a male in churches. Good idea for females to carry a largish scarf to put round shoulders if dress code requires it and/or to put on head. Venice is full of churches, so I'd avoid shorts. Shorts and sandals would be okay on Amalfi coast, except for visiting churches. As one poster put it "Frenchmen only wear shorts if their feet are in the sand" and I suspect it is the same with Italians. If you wear shorts in a town/city, then you will be obviously a tourist but then, you will look like one anyway, no matter how hard you try!!

Re: Dress code

by LadyRVG

When visiting the Vatican Men should wear pants. No cut off tee shirts. Women should wear a skirt, dress or pants. The skirt or dress should be moderate in length, no minis. The arms and shoulders ahould be covered. Dress respectfully and think business casual and you will be allright.

I have visited Rome in Septemeber and it was still rather warm but did get a little chilly in the evenings.

Re: Dress code

by Wowmoment

I always respect questions about dress code. It shows someone is considerate to the feelings of others.

Ladies can put a sarong and scarf easily in a bag and then whenever you feel appropriate cover shoulders, arms, legs etc. Men never look wrong in casual trousers and shirt.

The thing I always bear in mind is - in the street OK, but do not offend. But in any kind of religious establishment you will feel much more comfortable if you over dress rather than under dress.

I am sure you will love this part of the world. Enjoy!

Re: Dress code

by leics

You will not be allowed into St Peter's Basilica if the guards consider you inappropriately dressed.

It is respectful to dress appropriately when entering any Italian churches, even if there are no guards or attendants around.

Both men and women should cover bare shoulders and knees.

Anywhere else in Italy, no-one will care. You won't see too many Italians in shorts etc simply because most of them will be at/going to or coming from work.......do you wear shorts to work? Many may feel that shorts are only beachwear, but I have often seen younger people wearing them elsewhere(when not at work, obviously!).

But, apart from churches and upmarket restaurants, nobody will care what you wear.

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Rebuilt in the 14th century after a fire,the palace epitomizes the Venetian Gotic with elegant arcades and light colored stone cladding.

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Sorry you can not visit the church

by diageva

One of the places you will visit at Venice as at the rest of Italy are churches.
During the Service at a church you can't visit it. You will find a man at the door of the most tourist churches so that only people that are going to the service enter.

All you need

by lina112

We went on July and it was very hot about 32 degrees, so all on our luggage was summer cloth, confortable shoes because you will walk a lot. If you go on winter well take all jumper, trousers, hats, etc is very very cold.

Viajamos en Julio en pleno verano y hacía mucha calor sobre 32 grados, así ke toda la ropa de verano que echamos a veces no era suficiente. Recomiendo los zapatos mas comodos que tengas porque te pasarás el día andando. Si viajas en invierno preparate a ir forrada de ropa, hace mucho frio. Take a good mosquito repellent because in Venice there are a lot of mosquitos, overcoat at nighte where they´re acting.

Echate un buen repelente de mosquitos porque Venecia está plagada de mosquitos, sobre todo de noche que es cuando actuan mas. Your digital camera with a good memory stick or normal cameral with lots of films, because you will take a lots of photos believe me. I took more than 200 photos and made 2 videos.

Tu cámara digital con su correspondiente tarjeta o la cámara normal y muchos carretes porque harás mogollón de fotos. Yo hice mas de 200 fotos y un par de videos.

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