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Welcome to the website of the Embassy of Italy in TelAviv
Embassy of Italy
WHAT'S NEW

New website for foreign students who want to study in Italy: UniversItaly
New website on Italian research and innovation: ResearchItaly
► Start of pre-enrollment at Italian universities for 2014/2015 







How to contact the Embassy

address
Trade Tower
25, Hamered Street
68125 Tel Aviv (Israel)

opening schedule
From Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 16.00.
The Embassy is closed on these festivities
.

telephone and fax
Operator (during opening times): +972(0)3 510 4004.
Fax: +972 3 5100235.

e-mail
General information: info.telaviv@esteri.it
Economic and Commercial Office:
sportellounico.telaviv@esteri.it
Consular Chancery:
consolato.telaviv@esteri.it
Visa Section:
visti.telaviv@esteri.it
Cultural Section:
ufficioculturale.telaviv@esteri.it
Press Office:
stampa.telaviv@esteri.it
Certified e-mail:
amb.telaviv@cert.esteri.it

newsletter "Qui"
Latest issue
. Previous issues.

Emergencies

When the Embassy is closed and in case of proven emergency for Italian citizens it is possible to contact the Embassy's officer on duty: +972 (0)54 495 3862, or the Crisis Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: +39 0636225.


Visiting Italy

For tourist information on Italy, travel ideas and updated news on the main destinations, visit the official website
Tourism in Italy.
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► The main Italian cities have recently created Limited Traffic Zones (LTZ). To avoid tickets tourists are advised to verify in advance the regulations applied by the municipalities they intend to visit (cities of
Rome, Milan, Florence).

Visiting Israel

Italian citizens wanting to visit
Israel do not normally need entry visa. For more information please visit the website of the
Embassy of the State of Israel in Rome.
Italian travelers are advised to consult the
Viaggiare Sicuri website maintained by the Crisis Unit of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs prior to the departure. Also, Italian travelers are advised to register their journey in the website Dove Siamo nel Mondo.

Italian Business Desk

The Italian Business Desk includes the Economic and Commercial Office, the Scientific Office, the
Italian-Israeli Chamber of Commerce and Industry. It operates in synergy with the Italian Trade Promotion Agency.
The Business Desk is located on the eighth floor of the
Trade Tower, Hamered 25, Tel Aviv and it can be contacted via e-mail at
sportellounico.telaviv@esteri.it.
For information on economic, commercial and scientific events visit
Italian Embassy Events in Israel.
ResearchItaly: a new website devoted to Italian research and innovation.

Consular information

elections 2013
For information on how Italian citizens residing abroad can vote for the Italian 2013 elections, please visit regularly the "News and announcements" section of this webpage and the website of the
Italian Ministry of Interior (information might be available only in Italian).

provision of consular services
The Consular Chancery of the Embassy of Italy is open from Monday to Friday, 9.00 to 12.00. Consular services are provided by appointment only. Appointments are exclusively arranged trough the dedicated
on-line procedure.

consular services
For general information on requirements and procedures for the different consular services please visit the website of the Italian
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Italian only). For information on the specific procedures in place at the Embassy of Italy in Tel Aviv, please visit Consular Services.
► To simplify communication and the provision of consular services, and in view of the new "On-Line Consular Services" platform, Italian citizens are encouraged to submit their e-mail address to
consolato.telaviv@esteri.it.

italian community
Over 12.000 Italian citizens reside in Israel. They are represented by the Comitato degli Italiani all'Estero (Comites) elected in 2004 as per Legge 286/2003. Adv. Beniamino Lazar is Comites' President. Comites is the main body representing the Italian community in interacting with the Embassy of Italy in Tel Aviv. For information please contact Comites at info@comites.org.il.
The Italian Synagogue in Jerusalem and the Museum of Italian Jewish Art, both run by the Hevrat Yehude’ Italia, are the meeting point for the Italian community of Israel.   
The Italian community’s quarterly newsletter, Kol HaItalkim, is mailed free of charge to all the subscribers. For information, contact the editorial office.



university students
Every year, hundreds of Israeli students choose to attend Italian universities. For information on attending university in Italy and on how to obtain the necessary entry visa, please visit Universitaly.
UniversItaly: a new website for foreign students who want to study in Italy.

regulations
Consular offices are regulated by Decreto Legislativo 3/2/2011 n. 71 (Italian only).

Language and culture

The Italian Cultural Institutes of
Tel Aviv and Haifa offer a venue for intellectuals, artists, cultural operators and Italian and foreign citizens to explore and enjoy Italian language and culture. The Cultural Institutes are very active through a wide range of promotion activities and initiatives in the field of language and cultural cooperation.
Vote your favorite spot in Italy through the initiative "Places I Love In Italy".
Scholarships for post-graduate studies in Italy in
2013-2014.
► Start of pre-enrollment at Italian universities for 2014/2015


Ambassador Francesco Maria Talò
The Ambassador
Francesco Maria Talò
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