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How to Find the Best Tropea Hotels with Hotels.com

Tropea is a stunning holiday destination for travellers seeking sun, sea, sand - and tranquillity. To help you find the best Tropea Hotels, take a look at the Hotels.com interactive map. This pinpoints the location of each holiday rental. Hotels in Tropea are available for various budgets, and offer a range of facilities. This may differ from one hotel to another, so read the description to check what they each have. It's also recommended that you browse through accompanying photographs to get a clear idea of what to expect. Online reviews by authentic guests are provided, so you can book with confidence. Whatever your needs and budgets, our website will help you find what you're looking for with ease.

What's Tropea Like?

Tropea is situated in the region of Calabria, Italy. It is a picturesque seaside resort with dramatic cliffs, and sandy beaches. Tropea hotels provide an ideal base from which to explore the immediate area and beyond. The region benefits from a Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and mild winters. The town itself features a charming maze of narrow streets and palazzi. Remnants of the old town are still visible, such as ruins of fortifications and the old town wall. There are historic churches, including the Norman Duomo cathedral, and palaces dotted around the town, just waiting to be explored. Another top attraction is the Museo Diocesano with its religious collections of wooden statues and silver artefacts. While staying at a rental in Tropea, why not go on a boat trip to visit the Aeolian Islands where you can view the volcanic eruptions of Stromboli?

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tropea, Italy

Here are some useful tips from Hotels.com to help you out while staying at one of the Tropea hotels. Italian is the primary language spoken in Tropea, so memorise a few simple phrases and take along a translation book with you. Dress code is important to Italians, and first impressions count - so present a good image in stylish clothes if you want to be held in high esteem. When greeting, Italians tend to be formal yet enthusiastic. It is common practice to shake hands; however, remember to maintain eye contact otherwise you run the risk of being regarded with suspicion. With people that you have come to know, it is normal to air kiss on each cheek. Never address anyone by his or her first name until you have been invited to do so. If you are invited to dinner at an Italian's house, take along a gift of wine or chocolates for the host.