Learn about the identity documents required to come to Italy, depending on your situation.
Citizens of Schengen area countries do not need a Visa to enter Italy and are required to carry the ID card or passport during their stay in Italy.
If the stay in Italy is longer than 3 months, the citizens of Schengen area countries are required to apply for the Residence Permit and register at the the local Registry Office ("Anagrafe").
Non-EU citizens and citizens from non-Schengen area countries may be required to obtain a Visa to enter Italy. Information about Italian Visa requirements are available on the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.
Non-EU citizens and citizens from non-Schengen area countries: