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COVID-19 POLICY FOR VISITING ITALY
Italy shall be included as part of the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) from 19 October 2021.
For the current general policy and restrictions on entering Italy please click here.
For current policy and restrictions for returning to Singapore please click here.
Singapore currently falls under List D for incoming travellers. For the current policy and restrictions, please click here.
For the latest situation on the individual regions in Italy, please click here.
Please also refer to our special precautions for Covid-19 to see how Ergo: Travel works to ensure your safety.
This is the official tourism website for all of Italy, with useful information on many destinations, interests, events, climate, accessibility and other practical tips.
Italy has currently 58 properties listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, more than any other country on earth. Find out more about each and every one of them on the official UNESCO website.
For facts and figures on the geography, short history, politics, and economy of Italy.
APICS Italian Culture Centre in Singapore
This is a non-profit entity set up by the local Italian community which offers classes in Italian language at all levels, including a special short course for travellers who wish to pick up some basic language skills while visiting Italy, as well as a special course on the major cities of Italy, conducted by the director of Ergo: Travel himself!
Do you need a visa to enter Italy?Citizens of Singapore and Malaysia do not require a Schengen Visa to enter Italy for short stays of up to 90 days. For citizens of other countries you may check this site to find out if a Schengen Visa is required. For residents living in Singapore and Brunei Darussalam visa applications must be made by scheduling an appointment with BLS INTERNATIONAL SERVICES.
For more information regarding application for Schengen visa please click here.