How to travel to italy cheap

Traveling to italy alone


Going to other countries is a multicultural experience. Many people think that you always need a big budget, but it is not so. From Gestionista Italia we will give you several recommendations to travel to Italy with little money. Read on to learn more about how to have a great vacation without spending too much.

Before planning to go to Italy you should know a little about its laws and the requirements for entry into Europe. It is essential that you have the necessary documentation to avoid problems when entering the country.

It is important to know that the documentation you will require will vary according to your nationality. But also take into account the time you will be traveling in Italy and if you need a visa or any other procedure.

On the other hand, there are also countries that do not require a tourist visa to enter Italy. This only applies to those whose trips last less than 90 days. In addition, your entry to the country must be subject to the following reasons:

If you do not have an Italian departure and your country belongs to the list of those that do not require a visa, you will not have to process anything. However, you have to comply with a series of requirements to be able to enter Italy:

Cheap places to go in italy

Obviously, a cheap trip to Italy involves rethinking the areas we are going to visit. A vacation in Venice, Florence or Lazio can empty the bank account of the most affluent travelers in no time. However, if you decide to visit other less famous (but just as beautiful) regions you will find that the costs go down considerably, especially for food, transport and accommodation. In inexpensive regions such as Puglia, Abruzzo or Sicily, costs can be up to three times cheaper than in Tuscany or Veneto.

Flight by low-cost airline (Ryanair) to Bari from Madrid or Barcelona 15 – 90€* SEARCH FLIGHTSFlight by traditional airline (Iberia, ITA Airways) to Bari or Brindisi from Madrid or Barcelona (with stopovers)99 – 250€* SEARCH FLIGHTS*Estimated price per person each way for a round trip.

Basic travel insurance (including cancellation)20 – 30€* SEE POLICIESFULL COVER TRAVEL INSURANCE (including cancellation)40 – 60€* SEE POLICIES*Approximate price per person for a one week travel insurance policy in Italy through Intermundial.

Cheap places in italy

It is true that most travelers entering the country do so by plane, however, a very popular option is to access certain areas by boat. There are many alternatives of cruises in the Mediterranean and the Adriatic that allow you to know the coastal areas, being also able to make excursions to the larger cities like Rome.

In this sense, one of the best tips to travel to Italy that we can give you is to take into account all the factors: the price you are willing to pay, the time you are going to be there, the amount of places you want to visit, what will be your starting point…

In case you are planning to leave from your origin driving, you should check if your license is valid within these borders. If you are from the European Union, there will be no problem. Otherwise, we recommend that you check the Italian driving regulations in case you have to apply for an international license.

On the other hand, it is convenient to know that tolls and the price of refueling is high and the roads, in comparison with those of the rest of Europe, are somewhat more neglected depending on the area through which you circulate.

Travel to Italy in August

If you have never visited Italy, the city of Rome is a great surprise that will change the way you see the world. The majesty of its avenues, the history oozing from its buildings and the magic of the corners of Trastevere will make you fall in love with this country at first sight. Of course, you cannot miss the Colosseum, the Roman Forum or the Trevi Fountain.

Northern Italian cities are known for their great industrialization. Milan or Turin are cities of frenetic commercial and industrial activity, but they also have an undeniable historical and cultural legacy. The Basilica of Superga or the Holy Shroud in Turin, as well as the Pinacoteca di Brera or the monumental Piazza del Duomo, in Milan, are reasons enough to take a trip to this area. Venice, a bit more secluded, can also be included in a route through northern Italy. In addition, the Alps are an important attraction in winter…

If you want to see a different, spectacular and magical Italy, the south is your ideal destination. Calabria, Puglia, Naples or the island of Sicily can be visited in a few days. The Amalfi coast will give you the reason for the charm of this land between the Tyrrhenian, Adriatic and Ionian seas. You can fly from any point in Italy to Sicily or Naples to start your tour of the south.

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