– Milan Malpensa: closest airport also to Lake Como and Lake Maggiore
– Milan Linate: City Airport, very close to the city center
– Bergamo Airport: considered as third airport for the city of Milan
– Turin: for Piedmont and Western Alps Mountains
– Verona: for the area and Dolomites, Easter Alps Mountains
– Florence & Pisa for Tuscany
– Rome Airport for the city and the entire region
– Naples: close to the city and the closest one to the Amalfi Coast
– Bari and Brindisi for Apulia Region and Matera
– Catane Airport for the eastern and south part of the region including Taormina and Val di Noto
– Palermo for the western part of the region, for Agrigento Temples Valley
Rome Fiumicino (FCO), Milan Malpensa (MXP) and Milan Linate (LIN), Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Paris.
Rome Leonardo Da Vinci Airport, Fiumicino (FCA), Milan Malpensa (MXP)
Italy has a wide variety of climate throughout the country. The northern inland area (ie, Milan, Turin and Bologna) are cooler temperatures than the coastal area of Liguria and destinations south of Florence.
Temperature differences between regions are similar in the summer. However, in the winter, the difference between the north and south can be considerable. For example, during this time, it may be
2 °C (28 °F) and snowing in Milan, yet it is 8 °C (46.4 °F) in Rome and 20 °C (68 °F) in Sicily.
The summer months are both the most popular and busiest time to visit Italy, and with good reason. The warm weather makes the Amalfi coast, or Italian Riviera (with Cinque Terre), Sicily, Sardinia or Puglia/Apulia, delight, while iconic cities like Rome, Florence and Venice are in full swing. Visiting the country in the spring or fall months is an excellent alternative as the weather is very pleasant weather there are fewer crowds. The caveat here, as with the winter, is that many regional gems close for portions of the spring and fall and much of the winter.
Italy has a parliament democracy with the President of the Republic as head of the country and a Prime Minister as head of the government. There are two Houses of Parliament: The House of Representative and the House of Senate.
The euro (EUR) is the main currency used in Italy. All major credit cards are accepted at retails shop, hotels, restaurants, bars.
UK, Canadian and U.S citizens do not require a visa for stays of up to 90 days.
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Train travel is one of the most popular and efficient ways of travelling within Italy and is widely used to get between the major cities. Public transportation is available in major cities but isn’t commonly used among tourists. Many of the major cities such as Milan, Venice, Florence and Rome are quite walkable. There are many gondolas in Venice that serve as a great way to travel through the canals. Smaller towns or areas like Lake Como and the Amalfi Coast offer several days cruise options to explore the neighboring villages.