The cost of living in Italy
In addition to maintenance costs of housing, property owner must take into account other costs incurred. In particular, food, mobile communications and transport.
Transportation. All cities in the country related to the national railway network. A more dense network in the north. In Italy, there are six types of trains: Pendolino (super-Expres doing in the way only one or two stops), EuroSity, InterCity, Espresso (stop at major stations), Diretto (stops at most stations), Locale (stops at all stations) . Cost of trip depends on the range and type of train routes. So, get out of the center to the outskirts of Rome express train will cost € 5,5.
In Italy, developed long-distance bus network. It caters mainly to areas of the country where there are no railways. On all city routes bus stop made on demand. There are so-called time-limite - tickets that allow for one price (about € 1,50) to make three trips on public transportation within one hour 15 minutes. Tickets for the city bus can be purchased at tobacco shops or newspaper, and on the bus need to be composted.
Communication. Telephones are located in Italy around. From post offices and some bars you can call the system of payment for the call after call. Most payphones accepts phone cards, which can be bought at tobacco shops (€ 5). The cost of international calls depends on the country you are calling, and time of day. Within Italy, the cheapest way to call from 22.00 to 8.00, discounts are available from 18.30 to 22.00. When calling abroad preferential tariff depends on the country where you are calling: get to the peak hour or not. Well-developed mobile communications. Charges for calls from mobile to mobile phone depending on the operator.