Are you making plans to spend your holidays in another country? How about celebrating New Year in Rome, Italy? The Italians celebrate Capodanno on January 1 just like all other people over the world. It marks the beginning of a New Year and beginning of a new life for many people. The Italians will celebrate the New Year 2014 just like any other year with foods and fireworks. Some of the famous food items that are enjoyed by Italians and Italy visitors on Capodanno Roma 2014 are white risotto, raisins, zampone, cotechino and lentils.
On the New Year Day all the government offices, banks, schools and post offices are closed as it is a National Holiday. The transport system is on the run; however, it is advisable to check on with the local transport offices to know the running ones. The Italians also throw out old items from their house to welcome the New Year, so you should be careful about it while you walk by residences.