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What to pack list

Print out this list and use it a reference on what to prepare and pack before your trip.



– Passport and Visa (for NON-European students)
– Airline ticket and photocopy (keep it separate)
– Leave personal information with parents (photocopies of travel documents, passport, visa, credit cards, bank account number)
– Erasmus papers like the “Declaration of Erasmus grant assignment”
– Four passport-size color recent photographs


– ATM card and pin code (keep them separated)
– Major Credit card
–  Traveler’s Checks – (it’s much easier if you just use your debit/credit card)
– Bring some cash in your currency just in case
– You may have to tell your bank  that you are leaving your country (sometimes they block cards abroad)


– Proof of insurance or European health insurance card (or E111)
– Supply of any prescription medication (accompanied by a copy of original prescription)
–  Extra prescription
– Prepare a paper writing down your allergies (if allergic to medications use the generic name NOT the brand name)


– Laptop
– Make a backup of your laptop to leave at home
– USB flash drive
– Mobile phone (if your phone is unlocked and allows SIM cards you can easily get an Italian number and save a lot of money on phone calls)
– Camera for your unforgettable memories of Perugia (maybe an extra memory card too?)
– Music player


– One towel
– House slippers (Italian floors are not carpeted)
–  Journal
– Travel guides


–  Check online for some weather statistic to have an idea of what to bring
– Wind jacket and some sweater s even during the spring season (Perugia can be a little windy sometimes)
– Raincoat, rain boots, umbrella


– Print out of  map with location of your Perugia apartment (if known) or University offices or any meeting point you decide
– Print out of transportation info on how to reach Perugia and timetable
– Print out of any page of The Little Blue website that you may find useful – like this one!


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