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Codice fiscale

Codice fiscale

Students who wish to open a bank account, or buy a SIM card must present their taxpayer's code or 'Codice fiscale'.  This is a green and white card which can be obtained from the Agenzia delle Entrate which, in Perugia, is located near the main railway station in Via Canali.  Students must go to this office with some form of ID, be it a passport or their Permit of Stay.

Further information:

Agenzia delle Entrate
PERUGIA
Via Canali, 12
06124 Perugia
Tel: +39 075 5145711
www.agenziaentrate.gov.it

Banks

Banks can be found all over the city, especially in the city centre and are usually open every morning from 8:30 to 13:20 and from 14:30 to 16:00.

For a fee, students can cash cheques (with a passport) or change money.  Before arriving in Perugia, students are advised to contact their bank in their home country to ask about the cheapest ways to make money transfers to Italy, should this service be required.

Debit and Credit cards are not accepted everywhere so it is advisable to have some cash with you at all times.

Opening a bank or postal account in Italy is not free. You need a valid passport or identity card and their Italian tax code (codice fiscale).

Incoming Erasmus student "Welcome Day"

Each year the International Relations Area organises, at the beginning of the first semester, a Welcome Day for Incoming Erasmus students.  This day is of the utmost importance as it provides students the possibility to receive information about both the city of Perugia and the University, to ask any questions that they may have about the programmes and finally, to get to know the Incoming Student Mobility Office staff who will be their point of reference during their stay in Perugia.  It is strongly recommended that incoming students attend.

Public holidays in Italy

  • 1st November - All Saints' Day
  • 8th December - Immaculate Conception
  • 25th December – Christmas Day
  • 26th December – Boxing Day
  • 1st January – New Year's Day
  • 6th January - Epiphany
  • March or April – Easter Sunday and Monday (Good Friday is not a public holiday)
  • 25th April - Liberation Day
  • 1st May - Labour Day
  • 2nd June – Italian Republic Day
  • 15th August – Assumption Day

Other holidays:

  • 29th January - Perugia Saint Patron;
  • 14th February - Terni Saint Patron;
  • 2nd April - Assisi Saint Patron;
  • 3rd May - Narni Saint Patron.

Currency

Italy is in the Eurozone and therefore, since 2002, has used the Euro/Euro-cents as its sole official currency.

For current exchange rates, see www.xe.com/ucc/

Time

Italy is in the Central European Time zone which is 1 hour ahead of GMT (Greenwich Mean Time).  It also follows the conventions of Daylight Saving Time (DST) which means that during the summer (from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October – for exact dates, see below), Italy is 2 hours ahead of GMT whereas during the winter, it reverts back to being only 1 hour ahead.

Greenwich Mean Time + 2 hrs
2013:  March 31st – October 27th

Post offices

Most Post Offices are open Monday-Saturday 8.30 am - 12.30 am.

Phoning

Calling Italy from abroad

  1. Dial the international access code 00
  2. Dial the country code (Italy: 39)
  3. Dial the number including the area code

Calling abroad from Italy

  1. Dial the international access code 00
  2. Dial the two digit country code
  3. Dial the number including the area code (sometimes it is necessary to omit the first '0')

Electricity

Italy uses the Europlug – a two-round pin plug found all over Europe.  The electricity supply is 200V/50Hz.  Incoming students who plan to bring electrical items are advised to check that these items may be used safely with this voltage and, if needed, to buy a converter plug in their home country.

Smoking

Since January 2005, Italy has operated a non-smoking policy in all public buildings including pubs, restaurants and offices.

Informagiovani

Informagiovani is a free public service created to provide information to young people about various opportunities including: work, music, travel, cultural events, sports, and student associations.

Through Informagiovani Erasmus and international exchange students are able to obtain a free card "Perugia Carta Giovani" which gives them the opportunity to get discounts on many services and shops all around town.

Informagiovani
Piazza del Melo (traverse via Pinturicchio)
Perugia
http://www.comune.perugia.it/pagine/giovani
E-mail: informagiovani@comune.pg.it
Tel: +39 075 5772496

Terni UNICARD

International exchange students in Terni are able to obtain a free card that allows them to save on transport, shopping, sports, and cultural events.

For more information visit: http://www.comune.terni.it/canale.php?idc=213

or call: Tel: +39 0744 448 906.

To pick up your card, go to: Palazzo Gazzoli -Via del Pozzo, 1 - Terni

Emergency numbers

All are free-phone numbers:

  • 112 - "Carabinieri" Military Police
  • 113 - Police
  • 115 - Fire Department
  • 118 – Ambulance/emergency

 


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