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Every day a new advantage

The Südtirol GuestPass Algund advantage card is included in the overnight price of all participating establishments and is valid 365 days a year. Among other things, it provides:
Free use of all public means of transportation in South Tyrol
Exclusive discounts in sports and leisure facilities
Entry to over 80 museums at no charge
Free use of selected cable cars
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The latest news about the coronavirus in South Tyrol

Once you have the right documentation, your holiday in South Tyrol can begin:

✔ EU Digital COVID Certificate (EU CoronaPass)

This page will be updated regularly. Due to the changeable nature of the situation, the information provided here may occasionally and temporarily differ from the latest regulations. Further information can be found by visiting the Website of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano - South Tyrol.

All information provided on this website may be subject to sudden updates and changes based on the latest regulations.

Last update: 5/9/2022
Arrivals in South Tyrol
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:

  • 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.
Children under 6 years of age are exempt from the requirement to present a negative Covid-19 test.
What else should you know when entering the province with children, as a non-vaccinated adult, or in regard to testing:
Non-vaccinated adults must comply with the following rules:

  • Testing requirement: proof of a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours or a negative antigen test no older than 48 hours.
  • Registration requirement: all arrivals must complete the digital passenger locator form (dPLF) before entering Italy. The authorities are currently discussing whether unvaccinated arrivals ought to report to the medical service, too.
  • Additional Covid-19 test: Another swab test (molecular or antigen test) after the five-day quarantine
  • You can find out how to obtain the certificate in your respective country here.
  • Upon entry, children ages 6 and older must present a negative test certificate. When staying in the province, children 12 and younger are exempt from this requirement.
  • Children between the ages of 12 and 18 who have not been vaccinated must present a test or recovery certificate upon entry when staying in South Tyrol. These certificates can be uploaded and stored in their parent’s mobile app.
  • Rapid antigen tests are valid for 48 hours: this requires a nose or throat swab. This test indicates whether one is currently sick and contagious with COVID-19. PCR tests are valid for 72 hours from the time of testing. This test is the gold standard of diagnostics and may also be used to clarify whether a person with symptoms is infected with COVID-19 or to verify the findings of a positive rapid antigen test.
  • Throughout the province, more than 100 pharmacies, physicians and pediatricians, as well as some municipalities, offer rapid antigen tests to obtain the test certificate, which is equivalent to the Green Pass. These tests may only be performed by trained healthcare professionals. These tests are not offered by the hotels. Nose-swab tests or rapid antigen tests that are self-administered are not valid for Green Pass certification. An overview of all test stations is available here. There is a charge for the test: the cost of the rapid antigen test is between 5 and 15 euros per test.
Super Green Pass (vaccinated or recovered)
Where do you need a Super Green Pass in South Tyrol?
  • The Super Green Pass is no longer required.

How do I get the Super Green Pass and how long is it valid?
The Super Green Pass is issued 15 days after the administration of the first vaccination dose (full proof of vaccination is required for entry).
The validity of the Super Green Pass is dependent upon the situation and will be issued if any of the following points apply:

  • Having received a booster vaccination (unlimited validity)
  • Having completed the entire vaccination cycle (two vaccination doses) and recovery (unlimited validity period)
  • Having completed the entire vaccination cycle (two vaccination doses), booster vaccination and recovery (unlimited validity period)
  • Having completed the entire vaccination cycle (two vaccination doses) (valid for 6 months = 180 days)
  • Having recovered from Covid-19 for an unvaccinated individual (valid for 6 months= 180 days)
Green Pass (vaccinated, recovered or tested negative)
Where do you need a Green Pass in South Tyrol?
  • The Green Pass is no longer required.

Who can obtain a Green Pass in South Tyrol?
To receive a Green Pass, one of the following points must apply to you:

  • a negative Covid-19 molecular (PCR) test with a negative result (valid for 72 hours)
  • A negative Covid-19 antigen test with a negative result (valid for 48 hours

Do I have to show my green passport during my holiday?
A Green Pass or Super Green Pass is not required for a holiday in South Tyrol.

When do I have to wear a face covering?
To continue to ensure collective safety, all persons over 6 years of age must wear an FFP2 mask in these situations:
  • on public transport,
  • at all indoor performances or events open to the public. This includes theatres, concert halls, cinemas, entertainment venues with live music and other similar establishments,
  • at indoor sporting events and competitions.
The use of a face covering in all closed spaces open to the public is still recommended.
Where can I find further information?
  • To view the current figures in regard to the coronavirus in South Tyrol, please visit the official website of the South Tyrolean provincial administration.
  • If you experience flu-like symptoms, do not go to a clinic or the hospital. Call +39 1500 instead for instructions.
  • For guest information not concerning medical or organisational matters, please call the following number: South Tyrol Information, Tel. +39 0471 999 999 (opening hours: from Monday to Friday: 9:00 am -12:30 pm and 2:00 - 6:00 pm. Saturday: 9:30 am–12:30 pm and 2 pm–6 pm).
  • For callers within Italy who have medical and organisational questions, the toll free number 800751751 is available daily between 8 am and 8 pm.
Do I have to show my green passport during my holiday?
A Green Pass or Super Green Pass is not required for a holiday in South Tyrol.

Breath-taking

Algund and its surrounding area has plenty of fascinating panoramas and varied paths.

Breath-taking
Way up high
If you want to go up in the world, you’re in the right place in the mountains around Algund
Deep in the valley
Waalweg or village stroll? Even “down at the bottom” there are numerous paths
At the centre of things
Forests, meadows and pastures await you between the valley and the summit
 
Tourist Office Algund
Hans Gamper Place 3
I-39022 Algund near Meran (BZ)
South Tyrol - Italy
+39 0473 448600
OPENING HOURS
End of March - November:
MON-FR 8.30 am - 12.30 am & 2 pm - 6 pm
SAT 9.00 am - 3.00 pm
SUN closed