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The official page of the Consulate General of Italy in Philadelphia (click English in the top right corner after you open the page if the page is in Italian) has all the informations you need (forms and instructions are in the bottom part of the page) prepare all the required documents and schedule the appointment. From their FAQs: How long will it take ...


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In Italy every car must have a third-party liability coverage. It is named "RCA" (Responsabilità Civile Auto) and should be included in every rental without extra charge, but maybe with minimal coverage cap required by law. RCA doesn't cover injuries of driver. In addition, when you hire a car, as a general rule, there is an insurance that limit the ...


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As a Peruvian Citizen, you do not need a visa if you do not enter the UK i.e for an airside transit. This is clearly mentioned on the Gov.UK website. On the other hand if you do decide to go land side, then you may be eligible for the transit without visa concession. You might be eligible for the ‘transit without visa concession’ if: - you arrive and ...


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The 'other' address is for the Hotel Tritone and there is clearly some 'arrangement' between the two (ie see the logo at the bottom of this page).


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The absolute requirement for entering Germany/Italy is a Schengen visa, if you haven't it, you cannot enter Europe at all and the voyage is over. Given the current situation in Egypt you must be aware that you need to meet many requirements to get the visa. Let's assume you have the visa, what next ? The simple solution for driving in Germany is traveling ...


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There are no direct connection that I'm aware of. Your best bet is: From Ciampino to Roma Termini (train station) using the Schiaffini bus. The bus ticket is 3.90 Euros. From Roma Termini take the metro B line to Piramide stop From Piramide (aka Porto San Paolo) take the Roma - Ostia Lido train


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No, it's not correct. You cannot in any case stay longer than 90 days in any 180-day period and you need to leave the entire Schengen area, otherwise the clock is still running. Even then, you need to spend 90 days outside of the Schengen area (e.g. UK, Croatia, etc.) to get another 90 days in Italy. You can use this calculator to check exactly how long you ...


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Your entry visit will likely be valid for the entire Schengen area, and to "leave" and come back, you'll have to leave the Schengen area.


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Italian speaking here: RENT A CAR. In Sicily (and generally speaking, southern Italy) you can't count on public transportation: delays, strikes, cancellations happens every day. During my latest trip to Sicily (2013) I rented a car with EuropCar and everything went fine. Just some notes on safety: Don't know where are you from, but in Sicily they drive ...


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It's hard to give general advices since you didn't specify your itinerary but here are my two cents. If you only plan to visit the main touristy cities you shouldn't have any problem using buses and/or trains. Remember, in Italy the trains are available almost everywhere and it's usually a very convenient method to move around; Sicily is no exception. ...


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There is something missing from the other answers. Your wife may indeed require a visa but it should be possible to get a visa on arrival in Italy, provided you make it to the Italian border (which might be difficult, see below). Italy is bound by the same rules than Croatia, namely Directive 2004/38/EC on the right of citizens of the Union and their family ...



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