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Tropea is a popular holiday destination among travelers seeking sun, sea, and sandy beaches. To help you find Tropea Hotels that match your requirements, view the Hotels.com interactive map. This shows the location of all our Tropea accommodation. Facilities available, such as car parking, and laundry services, may differ from one hotel to another - read through the descriptions to find out what is offered. It's also recommended that you take a look at the hotel photographs. Filters are available, such as price per night, which is useful for viewing hotels within your price range. Reviews by genuine guests are available for your perusal, so you can book through Hotels.com with confidence. Whatever your budget and personal preferences, our website will help you find the best accommodation to suit your needs.
What's Tropea Like?
Tropea is located in the Calabria region of Italy and is an attractive seaside resort with fine sandy beaches and dramatic cliffs. Tropea hotels are conveniently situated for guests wishing to explore the local area and beyond. Tropea has a Mediterranean climate, with dry hot summers and mild winters. The town has a unique charm with its maze of narrow streets and numerous palazzi. Remains of the old town can still be seen today, including ruins of fortifications and the former town wall. Top attractions include historic churches, such as the Norman Duomo cathedral, and various palaces sited around the town. Another must visit is the Museo Diocesano museum, which features religious collections, including wooden statues and silver artifacts. While staying at rental accommodation in Tropea, complete your vacation experience by taking a boat trip to the Aeolian Islands, famed for the spectacular eruptions of Stromboli volcano.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tropea
Italian is the official language of Tropea, so learn some everyday phrases and carry your translation book with you. Attire and first impressions is important to Italians - present yourself in a confident manner, and wear stylish clothes to make a positive impact. Italians are formal, yet enthusiastic when greeting. It is usual to firmly yet briefly shake hands. Remember to smile and make eye contact; otherwise, you may be regarded with suspicion. Until you have been invited to use a first name, address Italians by their title. If you are fortunate enough to be invited to dinner at an Italian's house, present your host with a gift of fine chocolates or quality wine. Remember that Hotels.com can help you find a solution to all of your accommodation needs, whether you stay in Tropea or travel further abroad.