Places in Visas of Italy





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Facts about Italy

Italy is well known for its delicious delicacies, a plethora of wine, its trendy fashion industry, alpine lakes, mountain ranges, luxury cars and motorcycles, diverse regional cultures and dialects. The country just seems to have it all.
The country has about 52.4 million tourists a year which makes Italy the fifth most visited country in the world. This number is projected to increase year-on-year.
Italy is the fashion capital of the world. The country has the largest number of UNESCO world heritage sites in the world. There are high art and monument in every nook and cranny of the country. This is such a sight to behold.

Basic Travel Requirements for Filipinos visiting Italy

  • A correctly filled visa application form.
  • A valid passport beyond the date of exit from Italy.
  • Two passport-sized photographs.
  • Travel insurance with a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000 for all kinds of medical emergencies.
  • Round-trip flight reservations or a complete travel itinerary.
  • Hotel reservation or proof of accommodation.
  • Letter of no objection from the applicants employer in Philippines.
  • Bank statements for the last 3 months before the visa application process.

Types of Italy Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Student Visa 15 days 3 years
Tourist Visa 15 days 90 days
Work Visa 15 days 3 years
Business Visa 10 days 90 days

Places in Visas of Italy Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Student Visa 60.00 (EUR)
Tourist Visa 60.00 (EUR)
Work Visa 60.00 (EUR)
Business Visa 60.00 (EUR)

FAQs about Places in Visas of Italy

What is the official language in Italy ?

The official language in Italy is Italian and there are 12 recognized minority languages.

Is it safe in Italy ?

Italy is a safe country and tourists have nothing to worry about except the few pick-pockets and purse snatchers.

Is the tap water in Italy safe for drinking ?

In Rome, the tap water is safe for drinking but it is common to see the locals buying and bottled water.

What is Italy known for ?

Italy is famous for its contribution to the world of art, architecture, fashion, and design.

4 Visas of Italy found

Student Visa from Philippines to Italy
Student Visa from Philippines to Italy

Student Visa from Philippines to Italy

Visas of Italy, Visa, Student visa



This visa is for persons who wish to travel to Italy to study in any of the institutions of learning in Italy. This visa is also for those who are going to Italy for internship programmes. A no-objection letter is required from the educational institution where you are currently enrolled (if applicable). Internship agreement signed between the company in Italy, the establishment of origin and the trainee must be provided. An original and legible photocopy of acceptance of enrollment by the Italian School of Institution, stating clearly the duration of the course is required. Dichiarazione di Valore (Declaration of Value) of the applicant’s educational certificates duly legalized by the Consular office of the Consulate-General is important.  The local Institution or school should advise this Consulate directly in case it is not required. Foreign students are not allowed to work while on this visa. Proof of payment of visa application fees. A notarized parental authorization is required from the applicant’s parents especially if the applicant is a minor. Proof of sponsorship of the applicant should be submitted, this could be scholarship letters.

Tourist Visa from Philippines to Italy
Tourist Visa from Philippines to Italy

Tourist Visa from Philippines to Italy

Visas of Italy, Visa, Tourist visa



This visa is for persons who are traveling to Italy for sightseeing and tourism purposes. You will provide evidence showing that you have enough money to support yourself throughout your stay in Italy.  You also need to provide bank certifications, bank books, personal bank statements, credit card statements or balance covering the last six months. If another person will be financially sponsoring your trip to Italy, they are to provide an affidavit of support. You are to provide a detailed day-to-day plan of your entire stay in Italy. A letter of invitation from your relative/friend living in Italy, officially inviting you to visit him/her is required. Proof of your relationship with the friend or relative is to be provided. If you will be traveling with a minor, you will need to provide a valid birth certificate. A complete application form which must have been signed by both parents must also be provided. Family court order should be provided in cases where only one parent has full custody over the child. Certified copies of the ID/passport of both parents of that minor are also required. If the minor will be traveling alone or with another person, they are to provide an original and copy of the accompanying person’s passport page containing the holder’s data and expiry date. A recent photograph and valid visa copies are to be provided.  A notarized parental authorization to travel to Italy, signed by both parents/guardians. When applying at the Italian embassy/consulate in Philippines, the guardian or parent should accompany the minor. The visa fee for children between the ages of 0 and 6 is FREE while children between the ages of 6 and 12 are to pay 35 EURO.

Work Visa from Philippines to Italy
Work Visa from Philippines to Italy

Work Visa from Philippines to Italy

Work visa, Visas of Italy, Visa



This visa is for persons traveling to Italy for employment purposes. Before applying for this visa, applicants must have been given employment contracts in Italy. A covering letter from the Italian inviting company is to be provided.  The letter should indicate your name and designation, and travel dates. Travel Itinerary and applicant's duration of stay, details about the sponsor, the purpose of the visit are all to be signed by the authorized personnel and submitted. The registration certificate of the inviting company in Italy is to be provided. A letter from your employer stating why you will be traveling to Italy is to be provided. Proof of the applicant's financing throughout their entire stay in Italy is required. Regarding the applicant’s expenses during their stay in Italy, either the employer or the partner company must state coverage of expenses on the letter or invitation. Applicants are to leave Italy on or before the expiration of this visa.

Business Visa from Philippines to Italy
Business Visa from Philippines to Italy

Business Visa from Philippines to Italy

Visas of Italy, Visa, Business visa



This visa is issued to the Philippines traveling to Italy for some business-related activities. A completed Italian business visa application form.  Two identical photos should be taken within the last three months. You will need to submit a valid passport not older than 10 years and has a validity of at least three more months beyond the date you plan to leave Italy and the whole territory of Schengen. Holders of this visa can attend conferences, seminars, meetings and sign contracts in Italy. Your passport should have at least two blank pages in order to affix visa.  Copies of your previous visas (if applicable). Health insurance for the whole territory of Italy and the Schengen Area covering all kinds of medical emergencies is mandatory.  A document that shows you have a reserved flight, to enter and leave Italy. Proof of accommodation or hotel reservations. Proof of sufficient financial means for the period of stay in Italy.  A cover letter in which you explain why you are applying to visit Italy, how long you plan to stay, when will you leave and other details. Proof of civil status. This could be a marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, death certificate of spouse, etc.