Quick Guide – Italy

Rome, Italy
Rome, Italy

Dare to explore the magic of Old Italy and the vibrant Actual Italy. Lose yourself in the fantastic architecture, delicious food and beautiful art.

It is one of the European destinations with the greatest diversity and beauty of scenery. The icy Alps of the North, the canals of Venice, the ruins of the Roman Empire in Rome, the art of Florence, the beauty of the Amalfitana Coast, the archaeological complex of Pompeii, the lakes of Lombardy and much, much more. Feel like you are making several trips in one.

Apart from all these reasons to visit this country in the form of boot, Italy has the almost perfect climate.



 Official language



 Official Currency – Euro (EUR)

• Credit and ATM cards – ATMs are available in all the country and credit cards are accepted.  


 The weather in Italy is quite pleasant at any time of the year, but the best time to travel is from april to june. In this period, the temperatures are not too high, and already the days have enough sun.In July and August, the tourist destinations are very full and the prices very high, also for being the local holidays.

The seasons differ depending on the region. The closer we get to the south, the summers are warmer and longer and the winters more soft. In the Alpine zone, the winter is long and colder.


 Generally no visa is required for stays of up to 90 days (or for all,  to citizens of the European Union); For some nationalities a Schengen visa is required.

Main Airports 

• Rome International Airport;

• Rome Ciampino Airport;

• Milan-Malpensa Airport;

• Orio al Serio International Airport (Bergamo);

• Marco Polo International Airport (Venice);

• Catania International Airport;

• Capodichino International Airport (Naples).


GMT +1

Telecommunications and Internet

 • Country Code Phone Number +39

Telephone calls – It is only recomended to purchase an Italian Sim Card for your mobile phone if you will stay long time in Italy and you need to constantly contact with Italian numbers. Otherwise, it is recomended to contact with internet.

Internet – Airports, bars, restaurants, hotels and even city centers like Florence offer free wi-fi for its guests. However, sometimes there is a time limit and / or amount of data and the networks are usually slow.If you really need a fast internet connection, I recommend buying or renting a modem and purchasing Skyroam services. Check here the prices: https://www.skyroam.com/wifi-pricing?rfsn=559044.b088d


 About 90% of the population is Catholic.


 Vaccines are not required to travel to Italy.

Italy has a public health system that is legally obliged to provide emergency care to all. Citizens of the European Union have medical care sometimes free of charge, with a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), which is available from your health authority.

 If you need an ambulance anywhere in Italy, call 118. For emergency treatment, go directly to the ” pronto soccorso ” section of a public hospital.

Tap water is drinkable, you can drink it.

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