Italy is open for travel from the EU and some third countries, while domestic restrictions are gradually being lifted.
Do I need to go into quarantine when arriving to Italy?
- Arrivals from EEA countries, except San Marino and Vatican, as well as arrivals from Israel and the UK, are required to self-quarantine for 5 days.
- Arrivals from Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand, are required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
- Permitted arrivals from other countries must self-quarantine for 14 days.
Are COVID-19 tests required to travel to Italy?
Permitted arrivals are required to present a negative PCR or antigen test, no older than 48 hours, and be tested again at the end of their quarantine.
Is public transportation open in Italy?
- Public transportation in Italy is operating.
- Non-essential travel between regions is banned.
Are the restaurants and bars open in Italy?
- Restaurants in low-risk regions in Italy are open for outdoor seating, with health measures in place.
- In high-risk areas, restaurants are open for takeout and delivery only.
Are businesses and attractions open in Italy?
- Non-essential businesses and attractions in parts of Italy are open, with health measurements in place.
- In high-risk areas, non-essential business and attractions remain closed, and leaving the house is possible for essential reasons only.
- A nightly curfew is in place, between 22:00 and 5:00.
- Vatican City has re-opened for visitors.
Do I need to wear a face mask in Italy?
Wearing face masks is required in all public places.