European Union citizens do not require a Visa to travel to Italy.
All foreigners intending to enter Italy must provide the documentation required to justify the reasons for and duration of their stay, as well as, in some cases, the availability of adequate economic means and lodging.
Application for a visa can be made at the Italian Diplomatic and Consular Representations in your country of residence.
For further information, please visit the official website of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Vaccinations and COVID related requirements
In order to ease the travel preparations for your trip to Italy for the upcoming Congress, we suggest you visit the dedicated page of the official website of the Italian Government for any needed information on traveling to Italy!
We also recommend you not forget to check if your Country requires special documentation to leave.
With the service EMERGENCY 112, every emergency or rescue phone calls (Police, Fire fighters and also Medical emergency) converge to one number 112. The service is online from network and from mobiles, for multilinguals.
The official currency is the Euro €. You will fnd several change offices and banks at the airports and in the city centre. Banks are open on working days, generally between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Before changing your money, we advise you to ask about the commission charge. You can also withdraw cash at the ATM.
To call Italy: +39
To call Rome: +39 06
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