Italy

  • MasksRequired
  • COVID TestPCR required to enter
  • RestaurantsOpen in low-risk areas
  • QuarantineFor some origins
  • Public TransportationReduced
Updated: May 4, 2021
Reviewed: May 4, 2021
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TripsGuard is getting information from hundreds of different sources – our information might not be 100% accurate and you should always do further checks before making plans.

General

Italy is open for travel from the EU and some third countries, while domestic restrictions are gradually being lifted.

Can I travel to Italy?

  • Anyone arriving from the following countries may enter Italy:

    • EU member countries
    • Schengen member countries
    • Australia 🇦🇺
    • New Zealand 🇳🇿
    • Rwanda 🇷🇼
    • Singapore 🇸🇬
    • South Korea 🇰🇷
    • Thailand 🇹🇭
    • United Kingdom 🇬🇧
    • Israel 🇮🇱
  • Flights from Brazil and India are suspended.
  • Family members and partners of Italian citizens may also enter, and will be required to fill a declaration.
  • All permitted arrivals, except those from San Marino and Vatican City, will be required to fill a travel declaration form before arrival.

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.

Sources

  1. https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/italy
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