A classic Italian morning might include an espresso or cappuccino accompanied by some cornetti (Italian croissants) with jam or Nutella to sweeten them up!
Cappuccino: This traditional Italian breakfast item is made of espresso and hot milk, creating a creamy and delicious beverage. To make a cappuccino, use one part espresso to one part steamed milk, with the milk frothed until it is thick and creamy.
– Caffe’: if nothing else is specified, caffe’ in Italy is a single shot of espresso. To order it politely, you say: un caffe, per favore’
Traditional Italian breakfasts can be found at any local cafe or bakery. Most cafes in Italy have very good espresso and cappuccinos. Typically, an espresso is 1 euro and cappuccinos are under 3 euros.