Such topic is too broad, a few things coming up my mind are: gathering around the table to eat is a thing in Italy, and most families will have dinner all together; in school students don't change classes, teachers are the ones who come and leave; politics used to be popular among students when I was at school (about ten years ago) I don't know if times have changed but there sure are still things like school assembly, school occupation etc, where students gather to talk about political issues or to protest.
We lunch from 1.00pm to 2.00pm and we dinner from 7.00pm to 10.00. We are very noisy and we talk very loud. If a stranger say something to you: it's normal! The taxi is very expensive: use the other public transportation like busses. Our street aren't so big like in UK: Google maps is very useful but in the south Italy there are some mistakes
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