Indonesia Embassy and Consulates in Italy
Holidays to be Observed in 2021
The Embassies and Consulates of Indonesia may close on the following Italian and Indonesian holidays in 2021/2022:
|Feast of St. John the Baptist||Thursday, June 24||1 week, 3 days|
|Saint Peter and Saint Paul||Tuesday, June 29||2 weeks, 1 day|
|Feast of St. Rosalia||Thursday, July 15||1 month|
|Idul Adha||Saturday, July 31||1 month, 2 weeks|
|Ferragosto||Sunday, August 15||2 months|
|Independence Day||Tuesday, August 17||2 months|
|Muharram||Friday, August 20||2 months, 1 week|
|Cuti Bersama||Saturday, August 21||2 months, 1 week|
|Feast of St. Gennaro||Sunday, September 19||3 months, 1 week|
|Feast of St. Petronius||Monday, October 04||3 months, 3 weeks|
|Cuti Bersama||Thursday, October 28||4 months, 2 weeks|
|Maulud Nabi||Friday, October 29||4 months, 2 weeks|
1. How many Indonesian Embassies/Consulates are there in Italy?
Indonesia currently maintains 5 diplomatic representative offices in Italy including Rome, Bari, Genoa, Milan and Napoli.
2 - Do Italian citizens need a visa for Indonesia?
Citizens of Italy (holders of regular passports) can travel to Indonesia for 30 days without having to apply or obtain a Indonesian visa for short-term tourism.
3- What is the Holiday Calendar of Indonesian embassies in Italy?
The Indonesian representative offices in Italy will be closed in observance of the following Italian and Indonesian holidays in 2021/2021:
- Feast of St. John the Baptist (IT) Thu, Jun 24, 2021 (1 week, 3 days)
Time in Indonesia vs Italy
Jakarta, Indonesia time is 6:00 hours ahead of Rome, Italy
Cities in Italy
- Castiglione della Pescaia
- La Spezia
- Reggio Calabria
- San Remo