Do you need a visa to visit Italy?

Answer As of April 2010, most U.S. travelers to Italy do not need a visa. For business or pleasure trips of no more than 90 days, U.S. citizens only need a passport to visit Italy. Longer stays require a ... Read More »

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Do Citizens of Italy Require a Visa to Visit the USA?

Italy is a participating visa waiver country, therefore Italian citizens visiting the U.S. for less than 90 days do not require a visa. However, they must apply online for an authorization to trave... Read More »

What airport do I fly into to visit Tuscany, Italy?

Tuscany's two airports are Galileo Galilei, in Pisa, and Amerigo Vespucci, in Florence. Direct flights from America tend to be more expensive than making a stopover somewhere in Europe, such as Lon... Read More »

Do you need a visa to go from the USA to Italy?

Any United States tourist staying in Italy for more than 90 days must have a valid visa to legally stay in the country. For stays of 90 days or less, visas are not required. You can apply for a vis... Read More »

Do I need a visa for Italy?

Passport holders from the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and the United Kingdom do not need a visa to travel to Italy. South African passport holders do require a visa. Othe... Read More »