Italy reopens for tourism
Italy has reopened its borders for international tourism. All visitors who have had an EU-approved COVID-19 vaccine, proof that they have recovered from the disease or have tested negative 48 hours prior to travelling will now be allowed entry into Italy without adhering to the nation’s quarantine restrictions.
Travellers arriving from another EU country, the UK and Schengen associated countries who are able to provide an approved negative COVID-19 test prior to entry into Italy are now allowed to visit without having to quarantine for 10 days on arrival.
Italy uses its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Italy are not based on the EU Traffic Lights map.
Reconnect with nature in the Italian Dolomites
There is plenty of solitude to be found among the jagged granite peaks of the UNESCO Heritage-listed Dolomites mountain range. Part of the northern Italian Alps, you’ll find crowd-free adventures in timeless villages like Cheneil in the Aosta Valley. Reconnect with nature on one of the range’s myriad of hiking trails, swim in glacial rivers and mountain lakes, or even catch a glimpse of the native ibex, marmots or chamois who call the mountains home.