Start your journey in Sicily

Get ready to discover one of the most beautiful places in the world through a travel experience that combines breathtaking landscapes with a thousand-year history and a rich and appetizing cuisine! 

Here you will find all the information to make your trip safe and aware, to discover Sicily with more security and peace of mind to be amazed by the beauties of the island. 

Necessary documents

For non-Italian citizens, the following documents are required:

  • If you are a EU citizen or of a nation that has joined the Schengen Agreement, your identity card is sufficient.
  • Otherwise you must be in possession of a valid passport with an expiry date of at least 3 months after the date of return to your home country.
  • Depending on your nationality and the purpose and duration of your visit, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Sicily. Check with the nearest Italian embassy or consulate in your country to see if a visa is required.
  • It is reccommended to bring documentation confirming the accommodation arrangements in Sicily, such as a declaration of presence, rental contracts or a letter of invitation if you are staying with family or friends.

Mobile phones and internet

We recommend that you find out about the offers and rates available before leaving, to avoid unknowingly running out of credit. If your tariff plan includes additional costs for roaming in Italy, we recommend that you connect to a Wi-Fi network.

For information about roaming services and any additional costs, consult the dedicated page on, or visit the website of your mobile operator.


There are currently no COVID-19-related entry restrictions in Italy.

Since 1 June 2022, the green pass (or equivalent certifications) is no longer required for entry into Italy from EU and non-EU countries.

Since October 2022 it is no longer mandatory to wear a mask on public transport, but its use is strongly recommended in all closed environments and in all cases of crowding outdoors.

Health insurance

While not mandatory, having travel insurance is highly recommended. Make sure your insurance policy covers medical expenses, trip cancellation or interruption, and any other unforeseen circumstances.

Emergency numbers

If you find yourself in serious difficulty and need help, in Sicily, as in the rest of Italy, call the 112.

It is a free number to dial without any area code: the operator will put you in touch with the most suitable authority or service.


The current currency, in case you don't know, is the EURO.

In our opinion the safest way to change your money is at airports and banks.

Remember that the maximum amount of money you can bring to Italy is €9,999.

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