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What should I pack when moving to Sorrento?

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We asked people living in Sorrento to list three things they wish they had brought and three they wish they had left behind. They responded...

"When moving to Sorrento, you should pack a variety of clothing to accommodate the Mediterranean climate, including lightweight clothing for the hot summers and warmer clothing for the cooler winters. Don't forget to pack a good pair of walking shoes as the city is best explored on foot. A swimsuit is essential for enjoying the beautiful beaches and a sun hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun. Pack any prescription medications you need, along with a copy of your prescription and a basic first aid kit. It's also a good idea to bring travel-sized toiletries to use until you can buy more locally. Remember to bring all necessary travel documents, such as your passport, driver's license, and any necessary visas or residency paperwork. Also, pack a photocopy of these documents in case they get lost or stolen. If you plan on cooking, you might want to pack some specialty ingredients that might be hard to find in Italy. However, keep in mind that Italy has strict customs regulations about bringing food into the country. Bring enough cash to get you through the first few days, but remember that credit cards are widely accepted in Sorrento. Lastly, pack a plug adapter for your electronics, as Italy uses a different type of plug than many other countries," remarked another expat who made the move to Sorrento, Italy.

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