Italy’s SITA Bus tickets (Campania Region) buying process and questions

I’m planning a trip to Italy to various places and one of them is the Amalfi Coast (Amalfi, Ravello, Conca dei Marini and Positano), which I’ll get there by SITA bus from Salerno. While looking for how to buy tickets, I learned that they don’t have e-tickets and have small shops, like cafes and newspaper stands, to sell bus tickets. The closet one I’ll be in proximity to will be an actual bus ticket stand in Salerno. (Correct me if I’m wrong)

How reliable is buying tickets from these newspaper stands and such? If I’m uncomfortable buying it from those newspaper stands and cafes, can I buy those bus route tickets ahead of time? Also, is there anything I should know about SITA bus?

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Can i enter italy again? US student [on hold]

I started my first year of university in italy in october 2016-june 2017, all my affairs(permit+grades) in order, went back to my residence, came back on the 15th of august 2015, during which issues came up and therefore i was unable to do the whole permit thing and pay uni. I was there until December 12, and i went back to Italy on the 19th of January until the 31st of May. I was attending classes, cause you can do that, but i couldn’t pay or really go back to where i am living at that moment. I came back, and only recently i found out that there is a chance i might not be let in.

This is a theory though. I might be let it.or not. HAD i known this, i would have applied for a schengen visa in june, and i wasn’t certain about going back to italy until september 10( out of my hands). I can’t ask my friend to get these documents, because i need to do it myself, in order to continue in italy ( reapply for a student visa), and no one will give it to a person with a different mail.

My guess is that i got let in back in jan and left in may with no fine or border ban( they should have told me if they did, right) is because the permit was in the renewal stage, which i couldn’t do –

So do you guys/girls think that it’s possible my regular 90/180 free travelling kicks when i step foot in italy? And yes, i have a meeting at the embassy at the end of the week to check.I just need to get into italy to fix my affairs.
If you know anything, it would really mean a lot if you could share the information –

I had a residence permit, that was valid for a year. In Italy you have to do it every year, unlike most eu countries

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Can i enter italy again? US student

I started my first year of university in italy in october 2016-june 2017, all my affairs(permit+grades) in order, went back to my residence, came back on the 15th of august 2015, during which issues came up and therefore i was unable to do the whole permit thing and pay uni. I was there until December 12, and i went back to Italy on the 19th of January until the 31st of May. I was attending classes, cause you can do that, but i couldn’t pay or really go back to where i am living at that moment. I came back, and only recently i found out that there is a chance i might not be let in.

This is a theory though. I might be let it.or not. HAD i known this, i would have applied for a schengen visa in june, and i wasn’t certain about going back to italy until september 10( out of my hands). I can’t ask my friend to get these documents, because i need to do it myself, in order to continue in italy ( reapply for a student visa), and no one will give it to a person with a different mail.

My guess is that i got let in back in jan and left in may with no fine or border ban( they should have told me if they did, right) is because the permit was in the renewal stage, which i couldn’t do –

So do you guys/girls think that it’s possible my regular 90/180 free travelling kicks when i step foot in italy? And yes, i have a meeting at the embassy at the end of the week to check.I just need to get into italy to fix my affairs.
If you know anything, it would really mean a lot if you could share the information –

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Can i enter italy again? US citizen

Ok, so i have a pretty strange case going on. I’m an American citizen who is based in a non EU country in Europe.

I started studying in Milan, Italy in October 2016, got my study visa, then got my permit with no problems. I didn’t know that in Italy you have to renew it in like June, and thought i could do it in September.

When i arrived in Italy, i lost my wallet and a lot of things started going bad, including some personal problems. i didn’t pay the school tuition, but stayed in Italy. I left in December, and came back mid January, and i thought they wouldn’t let me in since the 90 days/180 were finished. to my surprise i was let in, and i stayed there until the 31st of May. when leaving no one said anything at all, just left.

After my personal problems were over, i tried re registering at the uni, but since i didn’t pay i need to reapply and everything, which i can do, but i need to go to Italy to get some necessary documents from the uni and from my friends flat.

i have a ticket to Italy on the 2nd of October, and i’m worried that there might be problems at the border patrol. Since i’m entering not from EU, i will need to go through passport control. Is there a chance i won’t be let in or have to pay a fine? When leaving, had i overstayed, wouldn’t i have gotten a fine/ban from at the border ? and i was away for over 120 days, so did the clock reset and i can just go through with the normal 90/180 system? It’s a complicated issue i know, but if you can answer i’d be really greatful!

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SCHENGEN ISSUE ITALY

Ok, so i have a pretty strange case going on. I’m an American citizen who is based in a non EU country in Europe.

I started studying in Milan, Italy in October 2016, got my study visa, then got my permit with no problems. I didn’t know that in Italy you have to renew it in like June, and thought i could do it in September.

When i arrived in Italy, i lost my wallet and a lot of things started going bad, including some personal problems. i didn’t pay the school tuition, but stayed in Italy. I left in December, and came back mid January, and i thought they wouldn’t let me in since the 90 days/180 were finished. to my surprise i was let in, and i stayed there until the 31st of May. when leaving no one said anything at all, just left.

After my personal problems were over, i tried re registering at the uni, but since i didn’t pay i need to reapply and everything, which i can do, but i need to go to Italy to get some necessary documents from the uni and from my friends flat.

i have a ticket to Italy on the 2nd of October, and i’m worried that there might be problems at the border patrol. Since i’m entering not from EU, i will need to go through passport control. Is there a chance i won’t be let in or have to pay a fine? When leaving, had i overstayed, wouldn’t i have gotten a fine/ban from at the border ? and i was away for over 120 days, so did the clock reset and i can just go through with the normal 90/180 system? It’s a complicated issue i know, but if you can answer i’d be really greatful!

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URGENT SCHENGEN ISSUE ITALY

Ok, so i have a pretty strange case going on. I’m an American citizen who is based in a non EU country in Europe.

I started studying in Milan, Italy in October 2016, got my study visa, then got my permit with no problems. I didn’t know that in Italy you have to renew it in like June, and thought i could do it in September.

When i arrived in Italy, i lost my wallet and a lot of things started going bad, including some personal problems. i didn’t pay the school tuition, but stayed in Italy. I left in December, and came back mid January, and i thought they wouldn’t let me in since the 90 days/180 were finished. to my surprise i was let in, and i stayed there until the 31st of May. when leaving no one said anything at all, just left.

After my personal problems were over, i tried re registering at the uni, but since i didn’t pay i need to reapply and everything, which i can do, but i need to go to Italy to get some necessary documents from the uni and from my friends flat.

i have a ticket to Italy on the 2nd of October, and i’m worried that there might be problems at the border patrol. Since i’m entering not from EU, i will need to go through passport control. Is there a chance i won’t be let in or have to pay a fine? When leaving, had i overstayed, wouldn’t i have gotten a fine/ban from at the border ? and i was away for over 120 days, so did the clock reset and i can just go through with the normal 90/180 system? It’s a complicated issue i know, but if you can answer i’d be really greatful!

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Marrying an Italian citizen in the USA. I want a 4-5-month visa to be with him in Italy. What do I need?

I’ve looked at the various related questions but mine does not quite fit. I am a US citizen marrying my Italian citizen partner in the USA and want to then go to Italy for an extended stay (4-5 months), not permanent residence.

What do I need to do here in US before going? Or what does he need to do in Italy before I can come over? Can I go on a Schengen visa waiver and then when there register our marriage and get a residence permit? Or should I register our marriage at the Italian consulate in the USA and then apply for a family visa here in the USA? Not sure what the best approach is.

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Travelling in Schengen area while waiting for permit of stay renewal in Italy

I am a non-European living in Italy. Currently, my permesso di soggiorno has expired and I have applied for a new one. However, I need to go to another Schengen country for a job meeting before I get my permesso di soggiorno. Do you think if it is possible for me to get a temporary permit to travel in Schengen area from the Questura office in my city if I supply my claim with proper documentation?

Thanks for the help.

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Cheap and fast travel from southern Italy to Klaipeda, Lithuania

I’m trying to organize a weekend trip to Klaipeda, Lithuania, to watch a basketball game (I’m looking for players, and there is one in Klaipeda I would like to observe).

Unfortunately, there are no direct flights from Italy to Palanga or Liepaja, so the best option I came up to is to fly to Vilnius or Kaunas and rent a car.

Is this the best option? I don’t think my team would cover expenses and also basketball is not my first occupation, so I would like to fly on Friday evening and come back on Sunday evening to avoid day offs on the workplace.

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What is the nesting period of the European Turtle Dove in middle to southern Italy?

While the breeding period to the north, in Switzerland, seems to be early May until early July, and I have not found any information for the Naples area.

Also, are they likely to nest a second time?

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