17.06.2024 – 19.06.2024 are considered as non-working days due to National Salvation Day and Eid al-Adha. It is possible to apply for an urgent service. It takes 3 hours, regardless of holidays and non-working days, for an urgent application consideration.

Azerbaijan e-Visa for Italian Citizens

If you want to apply for the Azerbaijan e-Visa and are an Italian citizen, you can easily do so. Italians can visit the country for the purpose of tourism, business, or any other purpose. All you need to do is submit your information online and complete the payment process successfully.

Standard e-visa

(3 to 5 working days)

Urgent e-visa

(3 to 5 hours)

Azerbaijan Visa Requirements for Italian Citizens

Before you apply for the Azerbaijan e-Visa, make sure to gather the basic documents that you will have to submit. Your passport and related travel documents should be valid for at least three months after your e-Visa expires. 

The Azerbaijan visa requirements are here.


  • A digital copy of your passport and the biographical page
  • A valid method of payment- either debit or credit card
  • The Azerbaijani address where you will be staying 
  • The email address where you want to get your e-Visa

Ensure that your email address is one that you have access to as you will receive your e-Visa here. Once you get your e-Visa, have at least one printed copy to show when crossing the border. 

E-visa Options- Standard and Urgent Visas

When applying for the e-Visa online apply at least three business days in advance. You will need to provide information like the intended date of entry, your medical information, and the reason for visiting Azerbaijan.

The Azerbaijan visa online is of two types. These are listed below.

  • Urgent Visa- If you need to travel to Azerbaijan on relatively very short notice, you can apply for the Urgent e-Visa and obtain it in as little as three hours. 
  • Standard Visa- The Standard Visa can be obtained within three days which is the regular time within which you can obtain an Azerbaijan e-Visa.

Both the Urgent and Standard visas are valid for 90 days since the date of issue. Make sure to use your visa within the stipulated period before it expires. You will be allowed to enter the country either for business or holiday within this time.  But once you enter you will need to leave within 30 days.

Standard e-visa

(3 to 5 working days)

Urgent e-visa

(3 to 5 hours)

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Azerbaijan Tourist and Business Visa for Italian Citizens 

As the term suggests, to visit Azerbaijan on a holiday you will need a tourist visa and for official or business purposes you will need a business visa. For a tourist visa, you will need the necessary documents and information listed above. But for a business visa, you will also need an application form. 

You may apply for the Azerbaijan visa for people other than yourself. The e-Visa can be created for any Italian individual, for a family of 2 to 10 persons, or for a group of 10 to 300 people.

For a business visa, the application form can be downloaded and you will need to sign it. You will also need to show it at border control so carry a printed copy.

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Azerbaijan Visa Cost for Italian Citizens

The Standard Visa and Urgent Visa have a difference in costs. The main difference between the Standard and the Urgent e-Visa is the difference in cost because of the time in which you can obtain them. 

The government fees for the standard visa are $26 and for the urgent is around $61. All nationalities will have to pay the same fees set by the government. 

You will also come across an extra service fee when filling up the Azerbaijan e-Visa. This service fee depends on the different options that you choose. As you fill out your application form you will get the final Azerbaijan visa online cost.

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Relationship between Azerbaijan and Italy

Azerbaijan and Italy share good diplomatic relations in economic and cultural spheres. Italy recognized Azerbaijan as an independent nation on January 1, 1992, and diplomatic relations were established on May 8, 1992. Italy opened an embassy in Azerbaijan in 1997 and the latter opened an Embassy in Italy in 2003. 

In the area of crude oil and oil products, Italy is the biggest trade partner of Azerbaijan. Italy and Azerbaijan share good cultural relations dating from the Middle Ages. Italy is known for assisting Azerbaijan with humanitarian aid and for setting up social and medical institutions.

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