Your parents probably taught you to put your napkin on your lap and chew with your mouth closed, but we bet you've never heard of these etiquette rules.
, a European property rental company, put together a list of dinner table customs from around the world — and some of them are unusual, to say the least. For example, did you know that the British eat asparagus with their hands rather than utensils? And Hungarians don't toast with beer because of a centuries-old tradition?
If you're hoping to blend in with the locals on your next vacation, make sure to take notes on these foreign practices. Check out the rest below: