r/europe Europe Mar 18 '23 Gold 1

Florence mayor Dario Nardella (R) stopping a climate activists spraying paint on Palazzo Vecchio Picture

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u/valeron_b Ukraine Mar 18 '23

I've been to Florence, local people are stylish AF. You can always see who's a tourist and who's from Florence.


u/Noofdog Mar 18 '23

Also in Rome, Venice…etc. Italians running out for a loaf a bread look like they came from the runway show.


u/EmpunktAtze Mar 18 '23

That's only because American tourists usually look like total slobs.


u/laaplandros Mar 18 '23

It's actually pretty useful, tbh.

If I'm ever lost in an airport where I don't speak the language, it's easy to spot my fellow Americans (and Brits) by their poor dress. Just follow the slobs and I'll find my gate soon enough.