If you could only do one thing in Italy, what would it be? Actually, make that two things. No, three. Let’s just make it 48 things you need to add to your Italy bucket list!

You see, when it comes to visiting Italy, there are so many unbelievable experiences to be had that narrowing it down to just a few is impossible. It truly is a country that has it all – picturesque towns, beautiful beaches, stunning Italian countryside, historic sites world-renowned art and architecture, delicious food, and wonderfully passionate people.

From strolling through the streets of Rome and marveling at the ancient ruins to indulging in a world-famous pizza in Naples or taking in the stunning views of the rolling hills of Tuscany, there’s something for everyone in Italy.

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Table Of Contents
  1. Where exactly is Italy
  2. How to get to Italy
  3. Getting around Italy
  4. Where to stay in Italy
  5. Northern Italy Bucket List
  6. Central Italy Bucket List
  7. Southern Italy Bucket List
  8. Italian Islands Bucket List
  9. Italy Bucket List: FAQs

Where exactly is Italy

Embedded in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, this country radiates with beauty and warmth delivered by its lush forestry, picturesque coastlines, rolling hills and swirly rivers. Despite being tucked away from other European countries, Italy is highly accessible to travelers worldwide. Thanks to its vast highway network and expansive air routes! 

How to get to Italy

Getting to Italy is easy, thanks to its well-connected highways and airports. Depending on your location, you can fly directly into one of the country’s international airports located in major cities such as Rome, Milan or Naples.

Alternatively, if you’re already visiting a neighboring European country, it may be possible to travel by train or boat.

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Getting around Italy

Luckily, Italy is a highly accessible country. If you’re planning on traveling to multiple cities, there are plenty of ways to get around.

The quickest way to get from one city to the other is by taking a , thanks to the country’s efficient railway network.

If you’d prefer to see more of the country, is a great way to get around. The freedom of the open road will allow you to explore Italy’s small towns and villages at your own pace.

Where to stay in Italy

While we can’t give you the best places to stay in absolutely every awesome town in Italy, here are some of the highlights in the most popular places to visit:


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And now, without further ado, here are 48 of the best things to do in Italy. Don’t forget to add some (or all) of these to your ultimate Italy bucket list!

Northern Italy Bucket List

Northern Italy is a dreamscape of beauty and culture. From the snow-capped Dolomite Mountains to the shimmering Venetian canals, this Northern Italian wonderland has something for everyone. The captivating Alpine forests and lakes in the South Tyrol region offer visitors sunny days of adventure and discovery. Breathtakingly beautiful ski resorts are nestled in these majestic peaks, providing thrilling activities for winter getaways. The famed cities such as Turin, Genoa, Milan and Verona are living reminders of past glories, filled with historic sites that tell a story of ages gone by. 

#1 Take a gondola ride in Venice

Italy bucket list: A gondola in Venice
Gondola in Venice – Image by Mucahit Saruhan of FlickrCC

Cliché? Maybe. Yet the undeniable beauty and romance of a Venetian canal tour is an experience that never gets old. Gliding along the canals with a view of the beautiful city in the background is sure to be one of your most memorable Italian experiences.

#2 Hike the Dolomites

The breathtakingly beautiful Dolomite Mountains are a must-visit for any outdoor enthusiast. With its rolling hills, craggy summits and otherworldly landscapes, this mountain range is full of incredible hiking trails, spectacular views and plenty of adventure.

#3 Hit the slopes

Italy happens to offer some of the best ski resorts in the world, especially in the northernmost regions where majestic snow-capped peaks promise powdery slopes and breathtaking panoramas. Whether you’re an expert skier seeking exciting challenges or a novice trying out winter sports for the first time, Italy has something fun waiting for you on its snowy hills. 

#4 Admire the colourful houses of Cinque Terre

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Colourful houses of Cinque Terre – image by Justin Kenneth Rowley of FlickrCC

These charming towns on the Ligurian coast are postcard-perfect. With their brightly colored houses perched on cliff sides and the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea in the background, these villages look like something right out of a fairytale. Take a stroll through all five towns which seem to defy gravity and transport yourself back to another era.

#5 Wonder at Byzantine Mosaics

The Byzantine mosaics in Ravenna are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an absolute must-see for any Italy bucket list. These incredible works of art, many of them dating back to the 5th century, are a testament to the skill and craftsmanship of their creators. Whether you’re admiring them from afar or taking a closer look at all the small details up close, the beauty of these mosaics will definitely leave you in awe.

#6 Relax on Lake Como

Italy is famous for it’s beautiful lakes, and Lake Como is no exception. Spend a day relaxing in one of its quaint villages, admire the incredible views of the mountains surrounding it or take a boat ride to explore some of the smaller islands nearby. There are plenty of things to do around this beautiful lake!

#7 Enjoy the colourful buildings in Burano

The Venetian island of Burano is renowned for its colourful buildings. Take a stroll through the picturesque streets and let yourself be mesmerised by the vibrant shades of red, blue and yellow that make up this island’s signature look.

#8 Take a cooking class in Emilia-Romagna

Emilia-Romagna is widely considered to be the gastronomic capital of Italy. Learn the secrets behind the region’s iconic dishes in a cooking class, and explore the local markets for fresh ingredients. Then put your new skills to use as you savour an authentic Italian meal!

#9 Bike around Lake Garda

Bike around Lake Garda
Biking around Lake Garda – image by Gianluca of FlickrCC

Another beautiful Italian lake, Lake Garda is a great place to explore with a bike. Make your way past olive groves and vineyards while admiring the gorgeous views of the lake in this region.

#10 Marvel at St. Mark’s Basilica

Built in the 9th century, St. Mark’s Basilica is an impressive example of Byzantine architecture and one of the most iconic landmarks in Italy. Its intricate mosaics, detailed gold decorations and towering bell tower all contribute to its majestic beauty.

#11 See the architectural wonder of Mole Antonelliana

No visit to Italy would be complete without a stop in Turin, home to the iconic Mole Antonelliana. This towering landmark was built as a synagogue in the late 19th century and is now one of the most recognisable symbols of Turin. Take the elevator up to the top for panoramic views of the city!

#12 Take in a performance at the Verona Arena

The Verona Arena is an impressive structure, first built in the 1st century AD and still standing today. Check out a performance at this open-air amphitheatre, from opera to theatre, and enjoy the atmosphere of one of Italy’s most beloved landmarks.

#13 Tour Isola Bella on Lake Maggiore

This exquisite little island, one of the Borromean Islands, is an Italian paradise with its lavish gardens, sparkling lake and aristocratic villa. Step back in time as you explore the castle with its Baroque style architecture.

#14 Boat around the Venetian islands

Burano Island, Venice
Burano Island, Venice – image by Cristiano Busato of FlickrCC

Did you know you can rent your own boat and explore the islands of Venice? Discover the hidden islands of the Venetian lagoon as you boat around this unique region. Take in the sights and sounds of these lesser-known spots, from small fishing villages to historical monuments – each one with its own story to tell.

#15 Visit Santa Maria delle Grazie

Made famous by Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting, the Last Supper, Santa Maria delle Grazie is an absolute must-see stop on any Italian itinerary. This 15th century church houses one of the most important works of art in the world and can’t be missed.

Central Italy Bucket List

When we imagine of Central Italy, there is no greater realm of fantasy and beauty. Visitors often find themselves in awe at the sweeping landscape – characterised by gentle hills painted with greens and golden fields blanketed in sunflowers – as they make their way through the awe-inspiring heart of this region.

With its rich culture, cuisine and culture, Central Italy enjoys a sense of history that is only felt when one takes a step into this vibrant landscape; from the ruins of ancient civilizations to modern day Italian villas. 

#16 Take a ramble through Boboli Gardens in Florence

These sprawling gardens were designed in the 18th century and comprise of several different parts, from grandiose fountains to lush botany and beautiful architecture. Take a wander down the cypress alleys and explore this vast paradise of greenery.

#17 Marvel at the Marmore Falls in Umbria

Italian bucket list: Marmore Falls, Umbria
Marmore Falls, Umbria – Image by Miriam Lombardo of FlickrCC

The Marmore Falls are some of the most spectacular falls in all of Europe, cascading down into the Nera River below. Created by the Romans, the falls have a total height of 165 meters and make for an incredible sight. Follow any of the five trails in the park to get up close and personal with this natural masterpiece.

#18 Meander through the streets of Florence

When in Florence, spend your time strolling through its cobblestone streets.

Take a tour of Piazza del Duomo, the main square featuring the entrance to the extraordinary Duomo of Florence, also known as Santa Maria del Fiore. Pause for coffee among the locals at one of many charming cafes for an authentic Italian experience! Or pick up a slice of pizza from a street cart and marvel at the architecture around you before indulging your taste buds.

#19 Get a funny picture with the leaning tower of Pisa

With so many breathtaking, stunning sights to check out in Italy, why not add a bit of fun to the mix and get your picture taken with the iconic leaning Tower of Pisa?

Cheesy as it may be, it’s always entertaining to watch tourists try to keep their balance and stay upright when standing next to the famous tilted structure! And you won’t just leave with memories – take home a funny snapshot of yourself with one of the most unusual building in all of Italy. 

#20 Explore Piazza del Compo in Siena Head

This outdoor square, Siena’s unique medieval centre, will knock your socks off with its vibrant atmosphere. Ready for some history? It’s Piazza del Compo has been used since 1196 as a meeting place and marketplace.

This hub offers plenty of architectural beauty from iconic, historic Italian palazzos surrounding the sweeping piazza. Explore cobbled streets lined with charming boutiques and sip coffee at one of the bustling cafes that overlooks the center of this dynamic cityscape.

#21 Ride a vespa through the streets of Rome

Did you even visit Italy if you didn’t ride a vespa through the cobblestone streets of the capital city? Zipping around the bustling streets of Rome is an exciting way to dive into the warm Italian culture, observe everyday life, and take in all of Rome’s sites – both well-known and obscure.

Sure, walking through the city is great but there’s nothing quite like taking a buzzy ride on a two-wheels, feeling the wind whip through your hair as you experience a unique way to sightsee.

#22 Stay in a castle in Abruzzo

Make your Italian holiday extra special and book a stay in one of the many castles dotted across the Abruzzo countryside. These quaint buildings are steeped in history, with some dating back as far as the 12th century.

With beautiful rooms filled with antiques, lush gardens with picturesque views, and ancient towers to explore, you can have an unforgettable experience while staying in one of these majestic castles.

#23 Throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain, Italy
Trevi Fountain, Rome – image by NMK Photography of FlickrCC

Your classic backdrop for cheesy ‘weekend in Rome’ montages, and yes – the source of all of your wildest Roman Holiday hopes and dreams! But, more than that, it’s the perfect place to make a wish. The Trevi Fountain is one of those places that practically begs to have a coin thrown over its shoulder – it’s like superstition with style!

According to legend, performing this act (known as ‘throwing a coin into the fountain’ – great life advice!) ensures that you will one day return to Italy. The sparkling cobalt blue waters of the fountain make it an Instagrammer’s paradise, making it a dreamy place for any traveler.

#24 Visit Michaelangelo’s Sistine Chapel

No Italian bucket list is complete without laying your eyes on MIchaelangelo’s Sistine Chapel. Take in the frescoes, paintings, and sculptures created by one of the greatest Renaissance painters of all time. Not only will you be treated to an awe-inspiring fresco ceiling with spectacular biblical scenes, but also be able to appreciate Michelangelo’s exquisitely painted Last Judgment.

#25 Country hop to the Vatican City

Did you know the Vatican is its own country entirely? That’s right! The tiniest nation in the world is located within Rome and offers its visitors a unique experience.

From St. Peter’s Square to the Vatican Museum and the incredible Sistine Chapel, there’s plenty to explore and learn about this captivating little state. You’ll be in awe of the Renaissance architecture, fascinating history, and opulent decorations that make up the Vatican.

#26 Get lost in the imperial ruins of the Roman Forum

Walking through this ancient cityscape is like stepping back in time – marveling at once-opulent structures now relegated to ancient history and letting your imagination wander as you imagine how these iconic places were thousands of years ago. It’s an experience that delights the eyes and warms the heart.

Whether you’re a long time admirer of Roman antiquity or just casually exploring Italy, the splendor of this incredible archaeological site will be sure to leave a lasting impression on you.

#27 Enjoy a glass of local wine (or two) in Tuscany

Italy bucket list: Tuscany
Tuscany, Italy

With rolling hills that stretch on extend farther than the eye can see, Tuscany – one of Italy’s regions – is known for its world-renowned wines. Immerse yourself in the Italian countryside lifestyle with visits to nearby vineyards for wine tasting or by trying a few glasses of delicious wine at your favorite Tuscan restaurant.

As you taste sips while overlooking breathtaking views, you’ll soon understand why Italians live life through La Dolce Vita. 

#28 Find the statue of David at Accademia Gallery in Florence 

For the art lover in all of us, a visit to Florence, Italy just isn’t complete without a trip to the Accademia Gallery, home to the iconic statue of David by Michelangelo.

Step into this impressive exhibition hall and come away with a newfound admiration for this masterpiece – believed to be one of the greatest sculptures ever created! The details are intricate and incredible; you’ll be feeling small next to David as you look up in awe at his giant physique, standing at 17 feet. No matter how many times you may have seen images of the magnificent figure, there is nothing quite like catching sight of it when standing only feet away.

#29 Wander through ancient Rome

Rome is the perfect place to indulge your inner explorer. From the Colosseum to the Trevi Fountain to the Pantheon, history abounds in every corner of this majestic city. Take a stroll through ancient cobblestone streets and let your imagination transport you back in time as you soak in all that Rome has to offer.

With its timeless beauty, wandering through Rome’s myriad ancient wonders is sure to be one of your most memorable experiences in Italy!

#30 Step back in time in Perugia

If you feel like embracing the past while visiting Italy, make sure to check out Perugia. This Tuscan walled city is filled with ancient structures and quaint cobblestone lanes that look like they haven’t changed in centuries. Spend your time here taking pictures of medieval doorways, strolling around its Etruscan walls, and marveling at Perugia’s painted fountains.

#31 Explore the medieval town of San Gimignano

San Gimignano
San GimignanoImage by Pete Quinn of FlickrrCC

This medieval town is noted for its well-preserved towers, which were originally used as watchtowers and added to the skyline of San Gimignano in the 12th century. Its long history and well-preserved architecture make it an ideal spot for exploring and connecting with Italian history in an authentic way—and for taking great photos too!

Plus, the rural countryside surrounding San Gimignano only adds to its charm. That’s why tourists often flock here to admire its fascinating ancient architecture, enjoy the views from its towers and explore the winding alleyways all while soaking in the sun. 

#32 Go for a dip in the Terme di Saturnia hot springs

For an enchanting outdoor experience in nature, head to Terme di Saturnia. These hot springs are located in the Tuscan Maremma region and have been used for millennia for their healing powers. In fact, the Etruscans believed the hot springs were a gift from the Gods.

Legend has it that the hot springs lie on the exact point where a bolt of thunder hit the earth in a battle between Jupiter and Saturn. This point was believed to be the entrance of hell and this is why the steaming waters are so hot.

#33 Pay your respects at St. Peter’s Basilica

Your Italian bucket list wouldn’t be complete without a visit to St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. This remarkable structure is one of the oldest and most significant churches in all of Christendom, making it an important pilgrimage site for millions of visitors every year.

Be sure to take some time out of your day to explore this awe-inspiring structure, including its intricate interior and breathtaking dome. And don’t forget to step outside and admire the grandeur of St. Peter’s Square.

Southern Italy Bucket List

A breath away from Sicily, the region epitomises Mediterranean beauty, with the deep reds of its crumbling fortifications contrasting against the bright blues of its tranquil coves. Its culinary delights are arguably some of the greatest your palate will ever experience – brimming with warmth, aroma and flavor that emits from every dish. It’s a place where dreams can come alive amidst painted towns with cobbled streets, surreal sunsets and warm hospitable people who love life as much as their intensely passionate culture. 

#34 Have gelato in Sorrento

Italy is famous for it’s amazing gelato and in Sorrento, it’s an experience not to be missed. The small coastal town of Sorrento is the perfect place to indulge your sweet tooth with the delicious ice cream flavors it offers.

Head to Fresco Sorrento Gelato & Smoothies Gelateria for the best gelato in Sorrento!

#35 Road trip the Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast, Italy
Amalfi Coast, Italy – Image by Sojourner1970 of FlickrCC

Road tripping along the stunning Amalfi Coast is one of the best ways to get a taste of southern Italy’s beauty. Following the winding roads through small towns, lush olive groves, and vibrant coastline offers a unique experience unlike any other road trip.

Along the way, you will enjoy sweet coastal sunsets and take in breathtaking views from picturesque coastal villages. Stop for a lemon granita or wood-fired pizza at renowned restaurants to enjoy regional specialties and get an authentic taste of Southern Italy.

Embrace life’s pace on the Amalfi Coast, where days are spent leisurely hopping from village to village and taking in all the local culture up close.

#36 Get Festive at some Christmas Markets

If you love Christmas markets, you’ll find some of the best in Italy down south. From the Pietrarsa Museum Christmas Market to the Limatola Christmas markets, you’ll love the charming culture and festive atmosphere during Christmastime.

Locals and tourists alike flock to the markets each year, stocking up on unique handmade items and traditional treats. Many markets have festive activities as well as local performers to entertain the crowds. Enjoy carols around a grand tree lighting and sip spiced hot wines while taking in the Christmas spirit.

#37 Explore the ancient ruins of the Archaeological Park of Herculaneum

The ruins of Herculaneum are a must for your Southern Italy bucket list. The ancient city was destroyed by the same eruption of Mount Vesuvius that buried Pompeii in 79 AD and today stands as an incredible archaeological site.

Explore the remains, from arches to columns, all preserved by the volcanic ash which gives them a unique look. Some of the stand out sights include the baths, the House of the Wooden Partition, Samnite House and the Hall of the Augustals. You only need a few hours / half a day to explore the park and it’s definitely worth it.

#38 Climb Mount Vesuvius

You’ll surely have heard of Mount Vesuvius – the volcano that destroyed Pompeii and Herculaneum. But did you know that, nowadays, it is safe to climb the summit of Vesuvius and enjoy breathtaking views of the Bay of Naples and its surrounding region?

While it’s still an active volcano, it’s still safe to make the trek. Any sign of eruption would give warning weeks prior, so no need to worry! The hike itself isn’t too difficult, but it can get quite steep towards the top. You’ll want to have a moderate fitness level to head up to the top. But it will be an unforgettable experience and one amazing story to tell!

#39 Have outdoor adventures at Gargano National Park

Whatever kind of adventure you’re looking for, Gargano has it all – from beaches to mountains, forests and seaside towns, its natural beauty will take your breath away.

Gargano National Park is a great spot to spend the day exploring and soaking up the sun’s rays during hikes or bike rides. You may even stumble across some hidden gems like abandoned abbeys, rocky coves, and castles.

Stop by some of the quaint villages surrounding the national park – such as Vieste and Peschici – and sample some of the delicious local cuisine. From fresh seafood to handmade pasta, you’ll find something to satisfy any craving!

#40 Take a day trip to Pompeii from Naples

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Pompeii, Italy – Image by bageltam of FlickrCC

Visiting Pompeii from Naples is a must when touring Italy. A convenient day trip away from busy city life, you’ll get to see the ruins of this ancient city. With its remarkable preservation and archaeological discoveries, strolling along the streets of this time-honored destination is an unbelievable and unparalleled experience.

The entire city that was destroyed by Mount Vesuvius’ eruption nearly two thousand years ago has been preserved under ash, allowing us to witness a snapshot from ancient Roman life.

Italian Islands Bucket List

Italy’s islands are an abundant trove of natural beauty and romantic charm. From the evergreen flora that flourishes on Sicily, Italy’s largest island, to the charming mountain villages of Elba, each Italian island is a place of wonder. Revel in stunning sunsets seen from the rocky cliffs of Sardinia or stroll along dreamy beaches scattered with olive trees in Puglia.

#41 Sunbathe on Ischia Island

Ischia is a volcanic island off the coast of Naples, known for its sandy beaches and thermal baths. With plenty of sunbathing spots to choose from, this island is an ideal destination for those seeking a little R&R in Italy.

#42 Take a boat ride to Capri

Boating in Capri
Boating in Capri – Image by Arnaud Desseaux of FlickrCC

Looking for postcard-worthy views? Look no further than the beautiful island of Capri. This stunning destination is just a boat ride away from Naples, offering visitors crystal-clear waters, colorful fishing boats, and spectacular rock formations that protrude out of the sea.

Whether you charter a boat (yes you can really do that!) or hop on a ferry, you’ll get to experience the dazzling blue waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

#43 Swim on one of the pristine beaches on Elba Island

Elba Island is a great spot for beach lovers, hosting many of Italy’s most beautiful stretches of sand. Enjoy the clear blue waters while swimming or sunbathing on the island’s various beaches. There’s so many to choose from but I recommend Spiaggia di Sansone or Spiaggia di Capo Bianco for the best views and sunsets!

#44 Have the BEST seafood on Ischia Island

If you’re a seafood lover, Ischia Island is the place to be! The island has an abundance of restaurants and trattorias serving up delicious freshly caught fish. Enjoy a plate of calamari, mussels or spaghetti alle vongole for lunch with a side of that famous Italian hospitality.

Head to Portobello Italian and Seafood restaurant, not only for the incredible food, but also for some of the best views overlooking the Marina.

#45 Watch the sun set over Lipari

Watching the sunset anywhere in Italy is a special experience, but watching it over Lipari takes the cake. One of the seven Aeolian islands, Lipari is renowned for its stunning landscapes, especially at sunset.

After wandering around the narrow alleyways of the old town, make your way up to one of the most beautiful view points on the island. Belvedere Quattrocchi, to watch the sunset. A Lipari sunset turns the sky and the sea into a wash of pink, orange and yellow. A beautiful way to end your day in Italy!

#46 Rescue a turtle on Lampedusa

The island of Lampedusa, Europe’s most southern island, is home to the Lampedusa Turtle Rescue Centre – a centre which houses over 200 rescued sea turtles who accidentally got caught in fishermen’s nets.

You can visit the centre and learn about these amazing creatures, as well as take part in their conservation efforts by helping to release them back into the sea. If you’re looking for something different to put on your Italian bucket list, this is a unique and rewarding way to explore Italy.

#47 Explore Neptune’s Cave on Sardinia

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Neptune’s Cave, Sardinia – Image by Marco Peratello of FlickrCC

Head to the majestic island of Sardinia and explore Neptune’s Cave, a spectacular grotto carved into the coastline by the sea. Inside you’ll find enchanting rock formations, tunnels, caverns and stunning stalactites.

The cave was discovered by a local fisherman in the 18th century and is named after the Roman God of the Sea, Neptune.

This hidden gem, near the Italian town of Alghero, is a great way to spend an afternoon, appreciating Italy’s raw natural beauty.

#48 Conquer Mount Etna

If you want to add a bit of adventure to your Italian trip, check out Mount Etna in Sicily. Standing at 3,357 meters tall, this active volcano offers stunning views over the island.

You can climb with local guides or take it at your own pace. It takes around 5 to 6 hours to climb to the summit but it’s not a particularly strenuous hike. And it’s worth it! Of course, if you’re not up for the hike, you can take the cable car to the top – either way you’re guaranteed some amazing views.

Italy Bucket List: FAQs

How many days in Italy is enough

The minimum recommended days to visit Italy is five, but seven days will give you enough time to explore its major cities and attractions

What is the best way to get around Italy?

The best way to get around Italy is by train or car. The country has an extensive railway system that can take you from one city or town to the next.

What is Italy most known for?

Italy is most known for its incredible food and wine, art, history, architecture, fashion and culture. It’s also home to stunning landscapes and some of the world’s best beaches.

How much money do you need in Italy per day

It depends on where you’re traveling and what type of activities you plan to do. On average, a typical day in Italy may cost between 80-150 Euro.

When is the best month to travel to Italy

The best month to visit Italy depends on what type of experience you’re looking for. For warmer weather and sunny days, the months of April through June are ideal. To take advantage of the ski season, December through February is the best time to visit.

Do I need a visa to enter Italy

Many nationalities do not require a visa to enter Italy and stay for up to 90 days. However there are some countries that do require a visa. Check with either the Italian embassy in your home country or iVisa to find out if you need one.


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