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Beating the Euro in Italy

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I've really enjoyed the enduring hope present in the many current threads here related to combating the high costs of travel to Europe. Your tips and suggestions show that pulling off a trip without breaking the bank is possible...with a fair amount of careful planning.

We have two updated guides in the works at the moment that could surely benefit from your expertise- Fodor's Rome and Fodor's Florence, Tuscany, & Umbria.

We'd like to include a section of your recommendations for top values, budget-friendly attractions, and other strategies for stretching your money in these specific destinations. Just like our other Word of Mouth features, if you're quoted you're eligible for a complimentary guide.

So...how do you answer skeptics who doubt that Italy can be anything but expensive for travelers? :-?

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