The Juventus stars have touched down in Cardiff ahead of their Champions League final against Real Madrid.
Dani Alves and Co departed Italy for Wales on Friday morning and the players appeared in confident mood prior to their departure.
The likes of Miralem Pjanic and Gonzalo Higuain were pictured making their way to the check-in desk before making their way on to the plane.
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon touches down in Cardiff ahead of Real Madrid clash
Sami Khedira (centre) was also among the Juve players who travelled to Cardiff, Wales
Dani Alves (right) has been a star performer for the Italians and will look to continue his form
Gonzalo Higuain, the former Real Madrid striker, cuts a relaxed figure on arrival in Wales
Brazilian defender Alves, Leonardo Bonucci, Paulo Dybala and Sami Khedira were among the silverware-chasing players to take their seats.
They touched down in Wales on Friday before they travelled to their team hotel as they gear up for the blockbuster clash with the Spanish giants.
Juve will stay at the Vale Resort in Hensol, which is fully booked out for guests of the Welsh Government, FAW and the club.
The four-star hotel has plenty on offer for the players including a darts board, table tennis table and fusball table inside the recreational room — and seats have been lined up for briefings ahead of the final.
The flights on Friday and Saturday will depart from Turin, Verona, Milan, Bologna, Rome and Catania.
Alitalia will even employ a long-haul Airbus A330 to accommodate the extra demand.
Cardiff Airport is expecting 24,000 additional passengers this weekend and some 400 additional aircrafts.
After checking in, Khedira and his team-mates boarded the plane taking them to Cardiff
Italy defender Bonucci, who was linked with Chelsea last summer, smiles for the camera
Alves, who won three Champions Leagues with Barcelona, prepares to take his seat