Passport and Visa requirements
It is important that you bring your passport or ID-card. As an EU inhabitant, you do not need a Visa to enter the Italy.
Are you travelling from outside the EU? Please check the passport and Visa requirements before travelling.
For Italy there are three associated plug types, types C, F and L. Plug type C is the plug which has two round pins, plug type F is the plug which has two round pins with two earth clips on the side and plug type L is the plug type which has three round pins. Italy operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.
The official currency of Italy is the Euro (€). You can find the current currency rates for the Pound Sterling (£) and dollar ($) using the links.
It is possible to use your regular bank card to draw local currency from an ATM. Any international card with a chip and PIN should be accepted at most ATMs – although those with a Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Cirrus or Plus symbol are your safest bet. Charges are almost always incurred for non-Italian accounts, although these are usually minimal and often cheaper than the commission charged by bureaux de change.
A credit cards is accepted at the bigger shops and restaurants in Italy (charges apply). We however advice to always bring some cash, just in case.
With its hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters, Italy experiences a Mediterranean climate. The weather in the North of Italy is however much different than the weather in the South of Italy. In September, you can expect temperatures between 13-24°C during a regular day. Some days however will be relatively hot, so always bring sunglasses and sun cream while visiting the Italian GP.
Visiting the circuit
It is advisable to bring sunscreen and possibly an umbrella to the circuit for shade and possibly a downpour. Have you bought General Admission tickets? Then a camping chair and / or bedspread is recommended for sitting on the grass. Taking pictures is allowed as long as you do not obstruct the view of other spectators. Don’t forget your spare battery and memory card!
Important phone numbers
The national emergency number is 112 while 113 is the specific number of the police.The specific number for an ambulance is 118. In case of fire, you call 122.
The telephone number of the tour guide can be found in the travel documents, which you will receive around 14 days prior to departure. This number is also your emergency number during the F1 journey.
Race Experience can be reached on (+31) 50 205 78 01.