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Italy rolls out red carpet for Chinese tourists

By Zhou Wenting in Shanghai | China Daily | Updated: 2017-05-11 07:37

Mandarin signs are being added at airports and railway stations in Italy, and free Wi-Fi services are being set up at public venues to make Chinese tourists' visits to the country easier and happier, a senior Italian official said.

The Italian government is also encouraging hotels to provide more Chinese-friendly services in preparation for the 2018 European Union-China Tourism Year, Dorina Bianchi, the vice-minister of cultural heritage activities and tourism, said during an interview in Shanghai.

"Such services will include hotel staff who are fluent in Chinese, rooms with China Central TV channels, acceptance of China UnionPay cards and hot drinking water to cater to Chinese stomachs," she said.

Italy rolls out red carpet for Chinese tourists

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