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Covid Travel Information

Last updated August 31st 2021, 12:00 CET

Before you arrive

All passengers arriving in Italy are required to fill out an EU Digital Passenger Locator Form. (Click here to open).

Passengers from the US, Canada and Japan:
All passengers arriving into Italy must:

  • Fill out a digital Passenger Locator Form (anybody unable to do this can use a paper-based self-declaration form) and present it to the carrier or any other authorized person, either printed or on one’s mobile device.
  • Present to the carrier, or any other authorized person, a certificate of vaccination stating that the cycle of vaccination has been completed with an EMA-authorised vaccine, or an EU Green Pass proving the same.
  • Test negative to a molecular or antigenic test, carried out by means of a swab, 72 hours prior to arrival.

Passengers failing to present a certificate stating the completion of a vaccination cycle or the results of a negative test may still enter Italy but must self-isolate for five days, activating local health surveillance procedures by informing the relevant Local Health Authority, and get tested again at the end of the five days. These provisions will remain in effect until 25 October 2021.

Passengers from the UK:
All passengers arriving into Italy must:

  • Fill out a digital Passenger Locator Form (anybody unable to do this can use a paper-based self-declaration form) and present it to the carrier or any other authorized person, either printed or on one’s mobile device.
  • Present to the carrier, or any other authorized person, a certificate of vaccination stating that the cycle of vaccination has been completed with an EMA-authorised vaccine, or an EU Green Pass proving the same.
  • Test negative to a molecular or antigenic test, carried out by means of a swab, 72 hours prior to arrival.

Passengers failing to present a certificate stating the completion of a vaccination cycle or the results of a negative test may still enter Italy but must self-isolate for five days, activating local health surveillance procedures by informing the relevant Local Health Authority, and get tested again at the end of the five days. These provisions will remain in effect until 25 October 2021.

Passengers from other countries
To verify the entry requirements from your country of origin, please consult this website: https://infocovid.viaggiaresicuri.it/index_en.html

During your trip

Accessing indoor venues in Italy

Everybody aged 12 and above must present Green Pass or equivalent to dine indoors in restaurants, enter museums and archaeological sites, and access other indoor event spaces. This pass must demonstrate proof of at least one dose of vaccine, recovery from Covid in the last 6 months, or a negative result from a test taken within 48 hours is required.

Visitors from the US, UK, Canada, Japan, and Israel

can show the documents issued by their respective authorities in lieu of the Italian Green Pass. The document must both state the identity of the holder and the date and type of vaccine administered. An ID document will also be required to verify the holder’s identity.

Certificates will be accepted in one of the following four languages: English, Italian, French, or Spanish. Any certificate not in one of these must be accompanied by a certified translation.

The certification of successful completion of the vaccination cycle must relate to one of the four vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency: Comirnaty from Pfizer–BioNTech, Moderna, Vaxzevria, Jansen (Johnson & Johnson).

Keep up-to-date with the latest official information by visiting the website of the Italian
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

Most public facilities (e.g. museums, bars, restaurants, and shops) have now reopened on the condition that they adhere to social distancing and antiviral cleaning regulations. Nightclubs have yet to reopen.

Daily antiviral disinfection is compulsory for all hotels, cars, trains, buses, and rented vehicles. Mask-wearing is obligatory indoors and in crowds for all personnel and clients. Clients are encouraged to make use of antiviral hand gel, to wear masks even outdoors when necessary, and to follow social distancing measures during activities and transportation.

Contactless ticket redemption is available. Temperature checks are carried out at the entrance to all attractions and museums. Anyone with a temperature exceeding 37.5 degrees will be denied entry. All private drivers are required by law to carry Covid-free test certification.

How we’re playing our part

Keeping you safe while travelling is of the utmost importance to us. That’s why we have implemented the following measure to ensure your safety and wellbeing while safeguarding the livelihoods of ours teams.

  • We have reduced the number of participants for each activity and tour we organize.
  • We are insisting that our tour guides, drivers, chefs, and staff are vaccinated.
  • We encourage mask-wearing indoors, as mandated by law, and encourage the use of masks in densely crowded outdoor spaces.
  • We support hand hygiene for employees, customers, and visitors, and provide tissues, soap, and water near the entrance and hand washing for our locations.
  • We perform routine environmental disinfection of frequently touched surfaces in the workplace, such as workstations, telephones, keyboards, and doorknobs.
  • We are encouraging a balance of remote and office working, and insist that any employees showing symptoms stay at home and do not return to work until the CDC criteria to leave home isolation have been met.
  • We have ensured that sick leave policies are flexible and consistent with public health guidance and that employees are aware of and understand these policies.

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