But the first thing you need to do is find out if Italy has an official Visa Waiver Program. There are several options for traveling on a Visa Waiver program, depending on your nationality and how soon you want to travel. We’ll help you understand what’s different about each option so that you can make the best choice for your trip.
Which Countries Has The Italian Government Agreed To Take Some Citizens?
Italy also participates in a visa-waiver program with Great Britain, Germany, Spain and France , which allow nationals of these countries to enter Italy visa free for 90 days within any 180 day period provided they hold a valid passport from one of the participating nations . Nationals from New Zealand may obtain an ID card upon arrival instead of demonstrating their identity through international travel documents. Before 2014 this was only available at major airports in Rome or Milan but since then it has been extended to other airports as well. List of currently operating European Union Border-crossing Cards in Europe  List of currently operating Schengen Area national border service cards  Three EU member states have implemented temporary electronic citizens’ residence permits: Germany (Electronic Travel Authorisation), Greece (Eurodac) and Poland (ePassport). In addition there are many third country nationals who qualify under certain circumstances to receive such authorization when entering via these three countries. A list including all EU member states can be found here .