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Documentation to Travel in Italy
- Do I need a Passport and a Visa to travel to Italy?
- Yes, all travelers are required to present a valid passport for international travel. Your passport should be valid for at least six months after the travel date. USA and Canadian citizens are not required to have any visa to travel to Italy under most circumstances. Always verify with the local Consulate or Embassy to make sure that the rules have not changed.
- Why do I have to provide the names on the passport to Trips2Italy?
- Due to the newly-introduced security measures, any discrepancies between the name on the airline reservation and your passport, including minor misspellings, may result in the denial of service from the airline carrier and/or the impossibility to leave or reenter the USA. Also any correction on the airline reservation may require cancellation and rebooking, incurring in a Re-Booking Fee assessed by the airline or a higher airfare. In order to avoid any of the above, we require always in writing the information on the passports.
- Can I drive in Italy?
- Of course you can drive in Italy. We invented the Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati and the Vespa scooters. We drive on the same side of the road as in USA and most of the road signs are equal to the ones here.
- What about travel directions and car rentals?
- Don’t worry. “All the roads lead to ROME!“ Italian laws require car renters to be at least twenty-one years old with a valid credit card. Additional insurance is also required for renters under the age of twenty-five.