Entry from EU countries and Schengen states.
The following documents are required for entry into Italy (you must have no Covid symptoms):
- Burden of proof: When entering the country, you must carry the EU's digital Covid certificate (Green Pass) or an equivalent certificate stating that you:
- are fully vaccinated
with an EMA-approved vaccine: 2 vaccine doses (9 months validity
) or 3 vaccine doses (unlimited validity
- have recovered
(the infection must have occurred no more than 6 months ago).
- have tested negative
(a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours or a negative antigen test that is not older than 24 hours).Those who have not been vaccinated, tested or recovered
are allowed to enter Italy, but must go into a five-day quarantine
and take a Covid-19 test at the end of the quarantine period. The entry must be reported to the local Department of Prevention of the responsible sanitary establishment via this form
Children under 6 years of age
are exempt from the requirement to present a negative Covid-19 test.Entry from non-EU countries
Entry into Italy from non-EU countries is subject to the same regulations as entry from EU countries:Burden of proof:
When entering the country, all arrivals must carry the Green Pass or an equivalent certificate stating one of the following conditions:
- Fully vaccinated with an EMA-approved vaccine: 2 vaccine doses (9 months validity) or 3 vaccine doses (unlimited validity).
- Recovered: the date of recovery from Covid-19 may not be older than 6 months.
- Tested: PCR test (72h) or antigen test (48h).
The certificates must be issued in at least one of the following languages: Italian, English, French, Spanish or German. If the certificate was not issued in one of the aforementioned five languages, it must be accompanied by a certified translation.
Those who are unvaccinated, recovered from Covid-19 nor tested are subject to:
Children under 6 years of age are exempt from the requirement to present a negative Covid-19 test.
- Required 5-day quarantine
- Covid-19 test: PCR or antigen test after the 5-day quarantine period
- Registration with relevant medical authority: entry registration to the local Department of Prevention of the relevant medical authority using this form.