There are two major airports in Sicily the Catania airport and Palermo airport. Both are well-equipped, offering travellers a standard set of services, including a number of banking and currency exchange facilities. Read more »
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There are two major airports in the capital of Italy – the International Airport of Leonardo da Vinci (or simply Rome Fiumicino Airport and Rome Ciampino Airport. This article reviews banking facilities available in each airport, covering banks branches / service desks and ATMs locations and operating hours.
Banks and ATMs Available in Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO)
With four terminals, which operate domestic, international and intercontinental flights, this is the major international airport in Rome and the largest hub in Italy. Read more »
When traveling in Italy, one of the most common mode of transport is by train. With banks branches and ATMs spread in and around all main stations of Italy, you can withdraw cash as soon as you reach over there by train.
ATMs in Italy are called Bancomats and are identified by a standard sign wherein it’s written in blue.
Here is a list of banks and ATMs near each main station, including Roma Termini, Milano Centrale, Venezia Mestre, Venezia Santa Lucia and Firenze Santa Maria Novella. You will find the street names and numbers associated with them. Read more »
The Venice Marco Polo (VCE) is an international airport located in Tessera, 13 km from the center of Venice (Venezia), one of the major leisure destinations in Italy. It is the fifth busiest airport in the country, with nearly 7 million passengers a year, so major local banks have service points and ATMs (or Bancomats) here.
Inside the airport there are two ATMs owned by Italian banks: Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena and Banca Popolare di Vicenza. The MPS Bancomat is near the arrivals main entrance (it is at the left if you cross the gate as if you were arriving). The Banca Popolare di Vicenza ATM is located at the first floor, aside the restrooms at the check-in area. There is another ATM, it is on the far right-hand side of the building by the exit door, it is a private-brand one, Euronet. The main service they provide is cash withdrawal. Read more »