Walk through the most beautiful villages in ItalyAre Italy's borders open ?
As one of the French's favourite destinations in Europe, Italy reopened its borders to European citizens last summer. The Minister of Health signed a new order on Monday, June 21. It provides for the passage of the regions of Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Marche, Sicily, Tuscany and the autonomous province of Bolzano in the white zone. The distribution in the different zones according to the risk levels is therefore as follows to date :Red zone : none Orange zone : none Yellow zone : Aosta Valley White zone : Abruzzo, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Emilia Romagna, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Lazio, Liguria, Lombardy, Marche, Molise, Piedmont, Autonomous Province of Bolzano, Autonomous Province from Trento, Puglia, Sardinia, Sicily, Tuscany, Umbria, Veneto.
In these "white" regions and territories, wearing a mask remains mandatory in enclosed areas as well as outdoors. The curfew is totally lifted, bars and restaurants are open without hourly limitation and it is possible to consume outside as well as inside. Visits to family and friends are allowed without any limit on the number of guests, or time limit. Ceremonies, receptions and weddings are allowed without limit on the number of guests provided they have a "European green certificate". Large gatherings remain prohibited. < / p> < p > At the national level, common measures apply in the red, orange or yellow zones. The curfew is imposed from 00: 00 to 5: 00 in the morning (except for work, health or necessity reasons). < / p > Does Italy impose a quarantine on tourists ?
Since May 15, 2021, Italy has abolished quarantine for French travelers. To spend a weekend or holiday in Rome, Venice, Puglia or elsewhere, it is now enough to present the negative result of a molecular (PCR) or antigenic test carried out less than 48 hours before the trip, and to report upon arrival to the regional health authority. < / p > What are the conditions for traveling to Italy ?
In addition to presenting a negative or antigenic PCR test, all travellers wishing to travel to Italy must complete a Passenger Locator Form digitali (dPLF). Since May 24, this form must be completed on the online portal. The paper form (downloadable PDF template) should only be used in case of technical difficulty. < / p> < p> Italy maintains the obligation to wear a mask at all times: in closed places accessible to the public, but also in closed places other than private homes, and outside. Indoor or outdoor gatherings and festivities are prohibited nationwide, with the exception of those related to civil or religious ceremonies. < / p> A digital green certificate in Italy
Italy continues its gradual deconfinement and preparing to revive the tourism industry. To carry out this operation, the authorities decided to set up a "green certificate". As of May 15, a national green passport will make it possible to travel throughout the peninsula, without restrictions. The holder must have been vaccinated, had Covid-19 or tested negative for the virus. Freedom of movement will be granted to Italians as well as to all foreign travellers from the EU. This document will be issued by the Italian local health authorities. It will remain valid for 6 months for individuals vaccinated or cured of Covid-19 or 48h for those who have a PCR or antigenic test negative to coronavirus. < / p > Are restaurants and shops open in Italy ? < p> Italians can go again to the restaurant, cinema or theater, under certain conditions depending on the area in which they are located. Bars and restaurants are allowed to serUpdated Date: 01 July 2021, 00:00