EU passengers require an identity card which allows them to leave the country. Non-EU passengers require a passport.
Further information: https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/travelinformation.php
Local currency is the Euro
Banks are open Monday to Friday from 9am until 4.30pm.
Official language is French. The majority of the population speaks English.
Vaccination and Health precautions
Specific health precautions are not required going to France. Before leaving Italy it is recommended to obtain from your own National Health Service the “TEAM” (Tessera Europea di Assicurazione Malattia). In Italian this is known as the “Tessera Sanitaria”, which is the equivalent of the European Health Insurance Card. In case you will be in need of medical assistance, this card will allow you to obtain it for free. This card is a substitute of the old forms E110, E111, E119, E128, and it is available at the Ministero dell' Economia e delle Finanze. This card can be obtain from the National Health Service or, in Italy, ASL where a provisional certificate in place of this card may be obtained.
Moving between EU countries and other countries with similar regulations requires a compulsory passport for pets. Cats and dogs must have a micro identity disc (microchip).
To phone Italy from abroad, the country code is 0039 + city code + phone number. To phone France from abroad, the country code is 0033+ 1 (Paris code) + phone number.
Electricity is 220V, using a European-style plug with two rounded points.