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How to Reach Italy

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How to Reach Italy

Italy is located on a peninsula surrounded by seas on three sides except for north. For non-European travelers, reaching Italy by air is the best option. Italy has a number of prominent international airports in cities like Rome, Pisa, Florence, and Milan. Alitalia is the national airline of Italy. There are some European low-cost airlines with flights to major airports in Italy.

Travelers can find information on how to reach Italy by air, rail, and road below:


By Air


The Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino International Airport in Rome, Pisa Galileo Galilei International Airport in Pisa, Florence Amerigo Vespucci Airport in Florence, Malpensa International Airport in Milan, and Palermo International Airport in Sicily are major international airports in Italy. These airports handle flights from European cities as well as international destinations. Travelers looking to explore Tuscany region can take flights to Pisa or Florence, while those planning to visit Amalfi Coast can land at the airport in Naples. Air France, Lufthansa, British Airways, Swiss International Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic are major international airlines serving Italy. Domestic flights in Italy are handled by Meridiana and Blue-Express airlines.


By Train

Travelers can board a train from most European destinations to reach Italy. While train station in Milan serves as a primary hub for destinations like lakes and the Italian Alps. Rome is a major train station for central and southern Italy. The train network in Italy is well-maintained and reliable. Trenitalia – Italy’s primary train operator – runs both long-distance and regional trains in Italy. Tickets can be booked online and there are three fare classes. Roma Termini, Torino Porta Nuova, Napoli Centrale, Milano Centrale, Venezia Santa Lucia, Firenze Santa Maria Novella, and Bologna Centrale are the busiest train stations in Italy.


Italy also has rail links to adjacent countries of Austria, France, Slovenia, Switzerland, and Vatican City. Eurocity and Euronight are international trains to reach cities like Vienna, Paris, and Barcelona.


By Road

Reaching Italy by road is not the most convenient way to travel for non-Europeans. Italy borders France, Austria, Switzerland, and Slovenia. All borders, except for border with Switzerland, are open (without customs checks). Roads in northern and central Italy are well-developed and form a dense network whereas roads in southern Italy have less extent to remote destinations.


Eurolines operates regular buses between Slovenian coastal towns and Trieste in Italy. Buses from Trieste to the rest of Italy are plentiful and reliable. Public transport is also available from Italy to Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland.  Travelers can book bus tickets online before boarding and validate it on an onboard machine. To help ease city tours, major cities in Italy have some kind of a City Card. Cardholders can take local public transportation and enter a number of museums after paying a onetime fixed-fee.


From-To Distance By Air By Train By Road
New Delhi to Italy 6.0 hours--
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FAQ's of Italy

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Is it safe to travel to Italy?

Italy is relatively safer, although caution should be exercised in the old city areas of Rome and Florence against pickpockets and purse snatchers.

What are the must have foods of Italy?

Apart from the usual Italian cuisine of pizzas and pastas, Gelato, a form of frozen dessert, is a must have when here.

How long do I need to spend in Italy to explore it fully?

Spend at least 10 days in Italy if you want to explore it properly and fully.

How do I travel within Italy?

The Eurail and bus services are the best bet for traveling to different cities within the country.

Will the Schengen visa cover my visit to Italy?

Since Italy is a part of the European Union, the Schengen Visa will cover your visit to Italy.