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I would like to visit Venice, Monte Argentario, Como, Napoli, and Sicily

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    Italy is not the cheapest of options and the places that you wish to go to can be expensive, particularly in the high season.

    I would suggest that you look at hostels, camping or renting a small apartment if you are going to be in one place for a while.

    For getting around, you could get a rail pass but its probably as cheap to get the tickets direct at the station. The rail network is great in Italy and well worth using.

    For food I would suggest that you go to local markets and do as much as you can yourself - buy ham, tomatoes, bread and make sandwiches etc and perhaps stick to a fixed menu in the evening where you usually get 3 courses plus a glass of wine.

    Of course, if you are in a hostel or similar, then you can do a lot of your own cooking which will definitely cut down the costs. Seek out the restaurants that are off the beaten/tourist track and you will definitely get more for your money.

    I would suggest that you dont stay in Venice itself (unless you can get a great deal) but perhaps consider staying outside of Venice and catching the train or bus into it. Much cheaper lodgings would be available. about 9 years ago

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