Italy coronavirus travel restrictions


The travel advice is Do not travel to Italy. Travel advice has Major for travel. Get travel ban, restrictions alerts and advice before travelling to Italy. Italy is part of Europe with main city at Rome. Its Developed country with a population of 61M people. The main currency is Euro. The languages spoken are Italian.
👍 Developed   👨‍👩‍👦‍👦 61M people

🚨 Travel Advice for Italy


restrictions for travel

1. Until 30 April 2021, passengers are not allowed to enter .

- This does not apply to:

- nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Vatican City (Holy See);

- passengers with a long-term residence permit or a long term "D" visa issued by Switzerland or an EEA Member State;

- family members of nationals and residents of Switzerland or an EEA Member State;

- passenger with proof of being unmarried partners of residents of Italy;

- passengers who in the past 14 days have only been to or transited through Andorra, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France (including Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana, Reunion and Mayotte), Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Japan, Korea Rep., Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Rwanda, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand or United Kingdom;

- passengers traveling on business;

- passengers returning via Italy to their country of residence;

- students;

- military personnel.

2. Until 30 April 2021, passengers who have been in or transited through Brazil in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter and transit.

- This does not apply to:

- passengers residing in Italy since before 13 February 2021;

- parents of children younger than 18 years who are residing in Italy;

- military personnel.

3. A completed self-declaration form must be presented prior to boarding. The form can be obtained at []( .

4. Passengers arriving in Sardinia must present a completed registration form upon arrival. The form can be obtained before departure at [;jsessionid=DBC60851683A8F71D64CBFA6632E9138.sus2?lang=en](;jsessionid=DBC60851683A8F71D64CBFA6632E9138.sus2?lang=en) .

5. Passengers arriving in Calabria, Puglia or Sicily must present a completed health declaration form upon arrival. The form can be obtained for:

- Calabria at []( ;

- Puglia at []( ;

- Sicily at []( .

6. Until 30 April 2021, passengers must have a negative COVID-19 molecular or antigen test taken at most 48 hours before arrival. The test must be based on a swab.

- This does not apply to:

- passengers arriving from San Marino or Vatican City (Holy See);

- military personnel;

- passengers younger than 2 years;

- more exemptions can be found at []( .

7. Until 30 April 2021, passengers who have been in or transited through Brazil in the past 14 days are subject to:

- a COVID-19 molecular or antigen test upon arrival; and

- self-isolation for 14 days; and

- another COVID-19 molecular or antigen test at the end of self-isolation.

- This does not apply to passengers younger than 2 years.

8. Passengers could be subject to self-isolation for 10 or 14 days. More details can be found at []( .

9. Residence permits issued by Italy which expired or will expire between 1 August 2020 and 30 April 2021 are considered valid until 30 April 2021.

Travel restriction details for Italy

🚫 Destination Quarantine required
🛬 Return No Data
🏖️ Closed to Vistors
🍽️ Restaurants & bars Open with restrictions
🛍️ Open shopping
🚌 Operational with restrictions transport
📅 events Partially Allowed

🔒 Lockdown Details for Italy

Enhanced measures are in place across Italy to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus: A nightly curfew is in place in all regions from 10pm to 5am. You cannot leave your place of residence during this time apart from for emergency, work or health reasons. You’ll need to carry a self-declaration form explaining your reasons for travel There is a strong recommendation from the Italian Government that people do not travel by public or private transport except for work, health reasons, or for reasons of necessity Public transport is operating at 50% capacity and its use is discouraged except for essential purposes Social distancing of one metre must be observed The use of masks is mandatory in all public spaces, whether outdoors or indoors. You should pay close attention to signage when travelling and carry a mask with you at all times Theatres, cinemas and concert venues are closed Dance activity in nightclubs and open air venues has been suspended and parties are not permitted Parks are open and outdoor exercise is permitted, subject to social distancing. Contact sport is banned and sports centres, swimming pools, spas and wellness centres are closed Funerals are permitted to take place with limited attendance. Religious ceremonies are permitted. Receptions following civil and religious ceremonies are banned Conferences and trade fairs are banned, unless held online Ski stations remain closed More stringent measures are in place for orange and red zones. All regions have been designated yellow, orange or red zones until 6 April. During the Easter weekend, 3 to 5 April, red zone measures will also apply in all yellow and orange zones. Travel to or from ’red zones’ should only be for work, health or emergency reasons. You should carry a self-declaration when moving around in a red zone. In red and orange zones, bars and eateries are closed and only shops selling essential items are open. Eateries can provide a takeaway service for delivery between 5am and 10pm.

🛡️ Travel safety for Italy

Do not travel

There are additional national measures in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19. A national curfew is still in place between 10pm and 5am. Regions may adjust measures in keeping with local requirements, including localised curfews and lockdowns. Follow social distancing protocols and use masks in line with regional measures. Monitor and follow the advice of local authorities. We continue to advise: Do not travel to Italy due to the health risks from the COVID-19 pandemic and the significant disruptions to global travel.

Last updated: April 21, 2021

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