There are three types of banks in the Italian banking system: credit banks, co-operative banks and co-operative credit banks. Italian residents and foreign residents alike are allowed to use the banking services offered by the post office.
Many major banks are located in the cities, with local branches in different parts of the country. Some of the well-known banks in Italy include Banca d’Italia, Banca Nazionale del Lavoro, Banco di Sicilia, Banco di Roma and Banca Commerciale Italiana. One of the largest banking groups in Italy is Intesa Sanpaolo, which has more than 5,600 branches.
On banksitaly.com you can find useful information about Italian banks, their branches, locations, working hours and SWIFT codes. Learn how to use Italian ATMS to withdraw cash when traveling