From June 1, Italy will remove all entry restrictions for overseas visitors.
Unvaccinated travellers are currently required to take a test before entering the nation, but this requirement will be phased out on May 31.
The Italian Ministry of Health has stated that it “will not be prolonged,” effectively ending all travel restrictions.
The country, like many others in Europe, has been progressively opening up in recent months, with the requirement for newcomers to submit an EU digital passenger locator form (dPLF) being removed on May 1st.
Green Passes and Super Green Passes are no longer required to visit venues, according to a reopening order issued in March, when the country also terminated its’state of emergency.’
The mask mandate will be in effect until at least June 15th. Despite the fact that the EU-wide mask requirement for flights was repealed in May, airports and airlines traveling to and from Italy may still demand passengers to wear masks until then.
What are the travel regulations in Italy?
Travelers will be able to enter Italy without being tested, regardless of whether they have been vaccinated or not.
Non-vaccinated travelers formerly required to show confirmation of COVID recovery within the last 180 days or a negative COVID test. They had to quarantine for five days till May.
Regardless of immunization status, passengers are no longer required to fill out a Passenger Locator Form.
Passengers flying to or from Italy must always wear an FFP2 mask.
What is the quickest way to learn about Italy’s travel regulations?
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