Passport and Visa Information
In order to enter Italy as a citizen of the United States, you will need a signed passport valid for 3 months beyond the completion of this trip. We recommend that your passport remain valid for at least 6 months beyond the completion of the current trip. Please be sure your passport has enough blank visa pages available for entry and exit stamps.
If you are not a citizen of the United States, your entry requirements may vary. Please consult the nearest diplomatic or consular office of the country or countries you will be visiting.
Italy’s unit of currency is the euro. Major credit cards are widely accepted here (VISA and Mastercard are more commonly accepted than American Express). ATM access is widespread. Carrying moderate amounts of euros is advisable as smaller establishments may only accept cash.
We suggest traveling with some U.S. dollars to be exchanged for local currency and at least two major credit cards. It is always best to notify your credit card company of your travel plans prior to your departure to avoid any fraud concerns.
International Driver's License
Please also obtain an International Driver’s License if you plan to drive one of the Ferraris we will have available. This process can be done easily at your local AAA office. More information can be found at the AAA website.
It is a good idea to read up on any health issues or concerns related to your destination. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers current health information; it can be reached at 800-232-4636 or online at wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel.
Italy uses 220-240 volts and 50 hertz. Voltage converters and adapter plugs may be purchased at any travel supply store.
Italy operates on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) +1 hour. For example, Italy is 6 hours ahead of EST and 9 hours ahead of PST.