The best mode of entry into Italy is by flight.
Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport is Italy’s busiest and most preferred international airports for tourists as it welcomes tourists right into the centre of Italy’s capital. Milan’s Milan Malpensa is Italy’s second busiest. There are over 25 functioning international airports littered evenly across all the Italian cities, making entry by flight the most convenient, preferred, and easiest mode of entry.
Although the journey can be drearily long, lasting over 20 hours, there is an option of entering Italy by land. Stops are made along the way for short picks and refreshments. Italy shares its border with Austria, France, Slovenia, and Switzerland. Most preferred crossing routes into Italy are from Nice to Ventimiglia and Chamonix to Courmayeur for crossing through France. From Austria, it’s either through Innsbruck to Bolzano or from Villach to Tarvisio. From Switzerland, it’s best from Lugano to Como. For Slovenia, tourists cross from Se?ana to Trieste.
Still by land, there are railways that connect Italy to its neighbours. This is a more convenient means of travel for Italy’s northern neighbours.
Luckily, Italy is one of the few tourist countries where the sea, air, and land connect tourists to their dream destinations. There are so many international ferry companies operating in the country. Crossing by sea is best in summer, and this is the period the crowd is at its peak, and so are the prices.
You can get around Italy in automobiles, trains, and buses as you tour the marvels of the country at your pace.