EU nationals do not need a residence permit to stay in Italy.
What you should know
To be married in Italy, a couple must appear before the civil registrar (
ufficiale di stato civile) of the town where the marriage is to take place with two witnesses and make a declaration of their intention to marry.
Laws and Courts in Italy
Italian law is based on Roman law, particularly its civil law, and on French Napoleonic law (itself based on the Roman model).
Rules on gaining Italian nationality
The following laws currently apply to Italian citizenship, but you should check whether these have been amended before making any important decisions.
Non EU nationals may enter Italy provided that they hold both a valid passport and, if required, an entry visa issued in their country of origin.
How to bring your pet to Italy
Although not exactly a nation of animal lovers, Italy is generally tolerant of pets, which are rarely restricted or banned from long-term rental or holiday accommodation (but check when renting an apartment).