I am a Mexican citizen who is currently in the US. I might be visiting Norway, still not confirmed but am for sure visiting Rome and Milan. (Would fly to Norway to Rome) I know I don't need a visa for either countries, but a friend from the UK keeps telling me I do, she told me about the experience of a friend of hers who went to Italy and didn't have a visa or a return plane ticket and was denied entrance. Now I don't want that to happen, I've also read you need to prove you have sufficient funds for your stay, and that's a bit of my problem. I don't have a return ticket because I haven't decided when I'll leave. Also, I plan to stay with family members which I wouldn't have to worry about expenses. I'm just a broke young girl who was given the chance to visit but afraid that I won't be let in since I can't show funds or plane ticket back... Can anyone help me out?
I would like to visit Ostia Antica, from Rome, termini station.
Is it still possible to go on a one-way ticket or will it be better to buy a day-ticket ?.
Did any of the members visit the garden houses ? Will it be worth making a reservation to see them ?
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