Here are the links for Emergency Telephone Numbers in Italy:
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS FOR ITALY
- AngloINFO – Italy – "Everything you need for life in another country..."
- AngloINFO Liguria – "Life on the Italian Riviera, in English!"
- AngloINFO Milan – "Life in Lombardy, in English!"
- AngloINFO Rome – "Life in Rome, in English!"
- AngloINFO Tuscany – "Life in Tuscany, in English!"
- Emergency Phone Numbers for Italy – From James Martin – Source: Europe for Visitors section of About.com
- Emergency Telephone Numbers – Source: Telephone & Mail portion of Travel Tips section of Italian Government Tourist Board - North America
- 112 for Carabinieri's service
- 113 for Emergency Police Help
- 115 for the Fire Department
- 116 for the A.C.I. (Italian Automobile Club) - for road side assistance
- 118 for Medical Emergencies
- 176 International Inquires
- 1240 Phone Directory Assistance
While traveling in Italy, it is critical to your well being and safety to know the emergency telephone numbers for the area your are traveling in or the area you are visiting. Fortunately, in Italy there are several emergency telephone numbers that can be dialed from any pay phone or from a cell/mobile phone with a GSM SIM card from a local cellular network provider, e.g., TIM, Vodafone, Wind, etc. Please note: While I have provided the English version of these respective cellular network provider's web sites, the Italian version contains more information. Always remember what Dorothy said in the Wizard of OZ, "... we're not in Kansas anymore..."!
That's it for Tuesday, 5 June 2007: martedì, 5 giugno 2007.
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"Il troppo stroppia."
"Too much breaks the bag."
(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 24 July 2007)