The BRITS may finally go abroad again as restrictions are being eased across Europe.
We have explained the latest travel rules for Italy, including the current Covid restrictions.
Can I go on vacation in Italy?
Italy has welcomed back Britons, welcoming both vaccinated and unvaccinated Britons.
If stabbed twice, Brits only need proof of vaccination, as well as a completed Passenger Identification Form and a negative Covid test, be it PCR or antigen.
If you have not been immunized, you will be required to self-isolate for five days upon arrival, as well as complete the required forms and Covid testing.
Children 17 years of age and younger are not required to be quarantined if accompanied by a parent who is fully vaccinated and has a negative Covid test, while children under 6 years of age do not need to be tested.
Britons will also need to have their passports checked due to regulations since leaving the EU – it needs at least three months on the passport and they are not allowed to be more than 10 years old.
What are the rules for returning to the UK from Italy?
The UK has lifted most of their travel restrictions, as well as removed the controversial red list requiring mandatory quarantine.
Brits are currently returning home no need to check before coming previous shot.
Travelers only need to fill out a Passenger Locator Form and take an internal flow test within two days of returning to the UK.
Are there any travel restrictions while in Italy?
Current Italy ask for a “green card” from anyone in the country to get access to restaurants, bars and tourist attractions.
This could soon be rolled out to all stores and businesses, with authorities expected to enforce it over the next month.
Masks must also be worn in outdoor spaces, as well as in crowded public areas including cinemas, entertainment venues and sports stadiums.
Food and drink may not be consumed in indoor spaces, although children under six are exempt from the mask regulations.
Nightclubs will remain closed until the end of the month.
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