A complete guide for Italian citizens visiting Vietnam: Visa requirements, application and tips.
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Italians traveling to Vietnam for the purpose of tourism do not require a visa for a period of 15 days. However, for those who wish to stay for longer than 15 days or enter Vietnam for business purposes, a visa is required. Kindly visit the embassy of Vietnam in Italy for assistance:
Embassy of Vietnam in Roma, Italy
- Address: 156 Via di Bravetta – 00164 Roma - Italia
- Phone: +39-06-6160726 / 66162504
- Fax: +39-06-66157520
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office hour: Monday - Friday: Morning: 8.30a.m - 13p.m Afternoon: 14.30p.m - 18.00p.m
Italian Embassy and Consulates in Vietnam
Embassy of Italy in Vietnam
- Address: 9 Le Phung Hieu, Hoan Kiem, HANOI
- Tel.: (+84)-024-38256256 / fax. (+84)-024-38267602
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: https://ambhanoi.esteri.it/ambasciata_hanoi/en/ambasciata/
- Emergency number: +84 (0) 90 3430950 (For Emergency contacts only and outside of the working hours)
Italian Honorary Consulate
- Address: President Place Building 10th Floor, Nguyen Du Street, District 1
- Tel: 00842838275445 / 00842838275446
- Fax: 00842838275444
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: https://conshochiminh.esteri.it/consolato_hochiminh/en/
This information was last updated on Feb 05, 2021
This table shows the number of Italian passports visiting Vietnam in recent years:
Data sources: Vietnamtourism.gov.vn, Worldbank.org
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Forms and Documents
In this page, you will find the detailed guide to fill out a Vietnam visa application forms and entry/exit form.