4,851 Postal Codes in Italy

The average area zip codes in Italy is 65.5 km² with the largest being 09010 at 1,640.6 km² and the smallest being 84023 at 31,542 m². In Italy the average population for a postal code is 12,975 with the most populated being zip code 81030 in Castel Volturno, Campania at 205,007. The median age for postal codes in Italy range from 28.6 years old for 89039 in Platì, Regione Calabria to 58.7 years old for 16020 in Gorreto, Liguria. The fastest growing postal code is 20877 in Roncello, Lombardia with population growth of 113.4% from 2000 to 2015, an average of 5.2% per year.

TimezoneCentral European Time
Area30,138 km²
Population60.3 million
Population Density2,002 / km²
Postal Codes00010, 00011, 00012 (4,848 more)
Area Codes10, 11, 121 (238 more)
Businesses in Italy3,551,604
Cities2,520

Postal Code Ranges

Postal CodesAdministrative RegionNumber of postal codes
00010 - 04100Lazio220
05010 - 06135Umbria80
07014 - 09170Sardinia98
10010 - 18025, 28016 - 28925Piedmont389
11013 - 11029Aosta Valley10
16013 - 19139Liguria160
20010 - 28819Lombardy615
30010 - 32100, 35010 - 37142Veneto284
33010 - 34170Friuli-Venezia Giulia104
38019 - 39100Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol103
40010 - 48125Emilia (region of Italy)292
50010 - 59100Tuscany265
60010 - 63900Marche170
64010 - 67100Abruzzo145
70010 - 76125Apulia124
80010 - 84135Campania247
86014 - 86170Molise51
87010 - 89900Calabria200
90010 - 98168Sicily229

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Italy

(Italian: Italia [iˈtaːlja]), officially the Italian Republic (Italian: Repubblica Italiana), is a unitary parliamentary republic in Europe. Italy covers an area of 301,338 km2 (116,347 sq mi) and has a largely temperate seasonal climate; due to it..  ︎  Italy Wikipedia Page