Postal codes for Italy

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In Italy, the postal code was introduced for the first time on 1st July, 1967, called "Postal Code" or abbreviated CAP. The State Postcode was formed from the beginning of five digits. With the introduction of the new system, the territory was divided into 12.500 individual postal centers, each postal center having its own CAP.

The system

The first two digits of the Italian postal code indicates the province. In 1967 there were only 90 provinces, while now there are 110. The Postal Code refers to the old province.
The third character of the postal code represents the provincial capital itself. San Marino and Vatican States have Italian postcodes. San Marino postcode can be between 47 890 and 47 899 and the Vatican’s is 00120.
Correct Pronunciation
The first part of Italy CAP (consists of 2 digits) corresponds to the province's chief town, and the last three digits represents the remaining towns and villages.

Italian ZIP Code

The most often used postal codes can be found here. If you do not find the postal code you are looking for searching in the list below, then please use the search function. The main Postal Code is from 00118 to 00199 for Rome, Venice 30100-30124, Milan 20100-20199, Verona 37100 to 37139, 37011 Bardolino, Garda 37016, 37018 Malcesine, 37019 Peschiera del Garda, Riva del Garda 38066, 38068 Rovereto, Trento 38100 , 39100 Bolzano, 39012 Merano, Scena 39017, 39019 Tirol, Lana 39011, 39031 Brunico, Bressanone 39042, 39046 Ortisei, Santa Cristina 39047, 39048, 39052 Caldaro, Appiano 39057, 45011 Adria, Terni 05100, 06100, 07100 Sassari, 07026 Olbia , 09100 Cagliari, Torino from 10100-10159, 12100 Cuneo, 13900 Biella, 14100 Asti, Alexandria 15100, 11100 Aosta, 16100 Genoa, Savona 17100, 19100 La Spezia, 20025 Legnano, 20900 Monza, 22060 Campione d'Italia, 24100 Bergamo , 25010 Sirmione, Desenzano del Garda 25015, 25087 Salo, 25100 Brescia, Mantua 46100, 31100 Treviso, 32043 Cortina d'Ampezzo, 32100 Belluno, Padova 35,100 to 35,143, 36100 Vicenza, 33100 Udine, Bologna 40100- 10141, 47921, 47838 Riccione , 47841 Cattolica, 50100 Florence, Siena 53100, 55100 Lucca, Pisa 56121-56128, 61100 Pesaro, 61011 Gabicce Mare, 70100 Bari, Naples 80,100 to 80.147, 90100 Palermo, Taormina 98039, 98055 and 98100 Lipari Messina.

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