List of twin towns and sister cities in Italy

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This is a list of places in Italy having standing links to local communities in other countries. In most cases, the association, especially when formalised by local government, is known as "town twinning" (though other terms, such as "partner towns" or "sister cities" are sometimes used instead), and while most of the places included are towns, the list also comprises villages, cities, districts, counties, etc. with similar links.

Aosta[edit]

Alba[edit]

Alessandria[edit]

Alghero[edit]

  • Balaguer, Spain
  • Tarragona, Spain
  • Palma de Mallorca, Spain
  • Encamp, Andorra

Assisi[edit]

  • Bethlehem, Palestinian Authority
  • Santiago de Compostela, Spain
  • San Francisco, United States

Amalfi[edit]

Bari[edit]

Barletta[edit]

Bellagio[edit]

Bellagio is a founding member of the Douzelage, a town twinning association of 23 towns across the European Union. This active town twinning began in 1991 and there are regular events, such as a produce market from each of the other countries and festivals.[6][7]

Bergamo[edit]

Bivongi[edit]

Bologna[edit]

Bolzano[edit]

Bosco Marengo[edit]

  • Moy, Co.Tyrone, Ireland

Bra[edit]

Brembate di Sopra[edit]

Brescia[edit]

Busto Arsizio[edit]

Cagliari[edit]

Caltanissetta[edit]

Calusco d'Adda[edit]

Camisano Vicentino[edit]

Capo d'Orlando[edit]

Carvico[edit]

Caravaggio[edit]

Casoli[edit]

Cassino[edit]

Catania[edit]

Cava de' Tirreni[edit]

Cavaion Veronese[edit]

Cavriglia[edit]

Cisterna di Latina[edit]

Civitanova Marche[edit]

Como[edit]

Conegliano[edit]

Cormons[edit]

Cosenza[edit]

Crespano del Grappa[edit]

Crotone[edit]

Eboli[edit]

Faenza[edit]

Fano[edit]

Ferrara[edit]

Florence[edit]

Partnerships

Foggia[edit]

Forlì[edit]

Frosinone[edit]

Gaeta[edit]

Genoa[edit]

Greve in Chianti[edit]

Grosseto[edit]

Imperia[edit]

Lallio[edit]

L'Aquila[edit]

La Spezia[edit]

Latina[edit]

Lazise[edit]

Lecce[edit]

Ledro[edit]

Czech Republic:

Müllheim, Germany

Livorno[edit]

Lucca[edit]

Mapello[edit]

Marino[edit]

Maserà di Padova[edit]

Mazara del Vallo[edit]

Merate[edit]

Milan[edit]

Twin towns[28]
Milan partnerships

Molfetta[edit]

Moncalieri[edit]

Montese[edit]

Monasterolo di Savigliano[edit]

Monfalcone[edit]

Montevarchi[edit]

Monza[edit]

Naples[edit]

Olevano sul Tusciano[edit]

Oristano[edit]

Orvieto[edit]

Padua[edit]

Palermo[edit]

Parabiago[edit]

Parma[edit]

Perugia[edit]

Pesaro[edit]

Pescara[edit]

Piacenza[edit]

Pietrasanta[edit]

Pisa[edit]

'Twin towns[47]

Friendship cities[49]

Ragusa[edit]

Ragusa is twinned with:

Reggio Emilia[edit]

Reggio Calabria[edit]

Rezzato, Lombardy[edit]

Rome[edit]

Salerno[edit]

San Benedetto del Tronto[edit]

San Gimignano[edit]

San Mauro Castelverde[edit]

San Pellegrino Terme[edit]

San Pietro in Cariano[edit]

San Salvo[edit]

Sanremo[edit]

Saronno[edit]

Sassari[edit]

Savelli[edit]

Savona[edit]

Scontrone[edit]

Segusino[edit]

Siena[edit]

Avignon, France

Sinagra[edit]

Susa[edit]

Sotto il Monte Giovanni XXIII[edit]

Sterzing[edit]

Subiaco[edit]

Taranto[edit]

Teramo[edit]

Terni[edit]

Terracina[edit]

Trento[edit]

Trescore Balneario[edit]

Treviglio[edit]

Treviso[edit]

Trieste[edit]

Turin[edit]

Tortolì[edit]

Torviscosa[edit]

Vasto[edit]

Venice[edit]

Verona[edit]

Vicenza[edit]

Volterra[edit]

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