Yes, regardless of the expected length of stay or the purpose of the visit, all Italian nationals coming to Tanzania require a visa to enter the country.
In late 2019, the Tanzanian government began a trial program for online visa applications.
An approved electronic visa from Italy for Tanzania allows the holder to stay in the country for up to 90 days from the date of admission. Depending on the purpose of the stay, it may be issued as a single-entry or multiple-entry visa online.
A Tanzania eVisa enables Italian to visit the country for business, tourism, or transit purposes.
To travel to Tanzania for additional purposes or for longer durations of permissible stay, a Tanzania embassy visa must be obtained through an overseas diplomatic post.
Do Italian children need an eVisa to travel to Tanzania?
To travel to South Africa from Italy, all minors under the age of 18, regardless of whether they are included on their parent's passport or not, must get an individually authorized eVisa.
However, applications on behalf of children may be made by a parent or guardian if they declare that they are applying on behalf of the minor when completing the South Africa eVisa form.