Italian Drinking Fountains – A User Guide

The water in Italy in usually safe and delicious. There are water fountains everywhere. They can be used to drink water or fill a water bottle. This video is short and shows how simple it is to use these fountains.

– George

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3 thoughts on “Italian Drinking Fountains – A User Guide

  1. Glad you mentioned the drinking fountains in Italy. I’ve always appreciated them on those hot, hot days in the cities. But I think you should mention that some of the water fountains can be used to refresh yourself by sprinkling water on arms and legs, for instance, but not for drinking. Drinking fountains may have a sign that says ‘potabile” Those not for drinking will say “NON Potabile”. This means NOT “potable” or “drinkable” in English.

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