English usage in Italy
Hi there, I was having a discussion with my in-laws yesterday and they were saying how when they went to Morocco, they only realised when they got there that there were no English speakers there and that not even the signs were in English (not even as a second language). I just wanted to know how common it is to find English speakers in Italy and also whether or not the English equivalent is on road signs, shop signs etc. Or, is there a different second language in Iatly?So far we are planning to visit Venice, Tuscany and Rome so this question pertains to those areas. Looking forward to your response.Kind Regards,Tammy.