Manners & Misdemeanors
29 Dining Etiquette Tips You Need To Know Before Your Next Vacation
Because no one wants to be a rude tourist.
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If you've clicked on this article, chances are you're a world traveler. But unless you're a world traveler and an etiquette expert, you likely don't know, say, the European countries where it's appropriate to add a tip to your bill or that it's rude to bring your host an even number of flowers in Poland.

That's where the lovely people over at The Restaurant Choice come in. The UK-based company designed a handy graphic to save you from embarrassment and awkward gestures on your next trip. 

For example, travelers in Egypt should leave some food on their plates; it shows your host that they've been generous to you. And in Hungary, don't chink beer glasses; it's a custom that's been frowned-upon since the Hungarian revolution. It's appropriate to say cheers with any other type of drink instead. 

Check out the infographic below and save yourself from embarrassment on your next trip.

h/t: The Restaurant Choice

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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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