No. Verbs of Motion are the exceptions which differentiate between forms of Present Simple and Continous.
to go (on foot), to walk = chodzić to be going (on foot), to be walking = iść
to be walking (without a purpose nor direction, just walking around) = chodzić
Here, you will rather not go to Italy on foot, I guess :D So, going by means of a vehicle (by land), is either "jeździć" (habitual) or "jechać" (right now).
to go, to drive = jeździć
to be going, to be driving = jechać
to just drive around without a purpose nor goal = jeździć
Surely 'Tomorrow you go to Italy' would be OK as the start of a sentence that continued, 'and two days later you go to France'. In conversational English, I think either would convey the meaning acceptably.
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