Just back from a day 10 stint on the Adriatic and in advance I had wondered how it might have affected my pro-Brexit stance . I moved around , hired a car and spnt a wee bit of money - overall a mix of experiences and places within the country.
I had to change Sterling for Euros so a neutral effect
My phone charges are lower due to the meddling of the Eurocrats but no doubt if we were not there Ofcom would have done something anyway
Italian don't like speaking or cannot speak much English but they are friendly - no sway there
Health and safety was quite lacking , most noticeable at roadworks where holes are not adequately fenced and hi-vis / hard hats are of the "lesser-spotted" variety . Perhaps it is only us mugs that obey all diktats emanating from Brussels
British cars were very popular - Mini and Range Rover - so if they like our motors so much will they stop buying if we Brexit ? I doubt it
So , in conclusion and in a most unscientific way I saw nothing "over there" to make me change my mind. In fact I watched "Us and Them" on the iPlayer while there and it only reinforced my opinion