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Travel to Italy

Entry into Italy

Since 3 June, the provisions have varied according to country of origin or destination. Movements for any reason to and from the following countries are freely allowed:

  • Member States of the European Union;
  • States which are members of the Schengen Area ( non-EU states which are members of the Schengen Area: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland);
  • United Kingdom, Andorra, Principality of Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican City State.

Since 3 June, persons entering or returning to Italy from these countries are not subject to any restrictions.

However, for travel to and from countries other than those listed above, the basic rules remain similar to those previously in force. Travel to and from these states will continue to be permitted only for proven professional, urgent or health reasons; in any case, it will continue to be permitted to return to your home, place of residence or stay. Those who enter or return to Italy from countries other than those mentioned above must remain in quarantine for a period of 14 days.

The obligation to quarantine does not apply to:

  • crew of transport means;
  • travelling personnel;
  • persons entering for proven reasons of work if they are citizens or residents of one of the following countries: Italy, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican City State, United Kingdom);
  • health workers entering Italy to practise health professions;
  • frontier workers entering and leaving for work and returning home;
  • employees of companies with headquarters or branch offices in Italy who return to Italy after a business trip abroad (maximum 120 hours (5 days);
  • pupils and students who study in a State other than the one in which they live and return home at least once a week;
  • short stay in Italy (up to 120 hours in total) for reasons of work, health or absolute urgency;
  • airport transit;
  • transit of no more than 36 hours in total to reach the country of residence.

Departure from Italy

Since 16 June it is possible to travel to all countries again without the need for quarantine after returning to Italy.

ATTENTION: The entry regulations of transit and destination countries must be observed.

Austria
Since 16 June there are no longer any restrictions on entering and leaving Austria. EXCEPTION: for Lombardy a travel warning is still in effect.

Germany and Switzerland
Since 16 June there are no longer any restrictions on entering and leaving.

Other countries
Visit the website "viaggiare sicuri" of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to find out the current travel regulations.

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