In Italy hospitality comes first, and it would be unthinkable to rush a customer through a meal. Don’t expect your waiter to hover and ask every five minutes how things are going. If you need something from him you’ll have to keep a sharp eye out and be a quick draw with your question as he passes by.
From a historical perspective or cultured, Tuscan dialect, which the three most important poets of the 1300s (Alighieri, Boccaccio and Petrarch) wrote in can be considered the basis of modern Italian.
A classic Italian breakfast at a “bar” or pastry shop is caffè espresso (or cappuccino) and croissant.
Every town in Italy has a square or a street of Garibaldi (He honed his revolutionary ideas that led to the unification of Italy through his military leadership)
Originally it was spelled Vitalia, as the Latin vitalus, literally meaning "calf land", "Land of Cattle". The area was rich with bovine.