Airport: Italy has a variety of airports. The country’s largest airport is the Leonardo da Vinci Airport, which is 26 kilometers west of Rome and is near the Mediterranean coast by the city of Fiumicino. Another main airport is the Milan Malpensa Airport, which is 50 kilometers’ northwest of Milan. Others include Naples International, Florence and Venice Marco Polo Airports.
Voltage: 230 V
Time Zone: UTC + 1
Weather/Climate: Overall, Italy experiences a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters. In the north and mountainous regions, winters in Italy are cool and humid, but in the coastal areas, winters are relatively warm. During the summer months, the south of the peninsula witnesses hot temperatures with an average high of 28-33°C and frequent thunderstorms. However, along the coast, summers are accompanied by a breeze, and in the mountains, summer months see cooler temperatures.
Language Spoken: Italian
Dialing Code: +39