The Green Pass is mandatory to enter Italy. Vaccinated or recovered persons do not have to show a negative test result at entry, but it will be sufficient to show the Green Pass.
The COVID-19 Certification is automatically generated and made available free of charge in the following cases:
- being vaccinated, a new certification is issued with each dose of vaccine. As of December 15, 2021, the validity of the COVID-19 Certificate from vaccination or recovery after a dose of vaccine will change from 12 months to 9 months.
- be negative on a molecular swab within the past 72 hours or rapid antigen swab within the previous 48 hours;
- be cured of COVID-19 within the previous six months.
Before entering Italy, you must complete this digital registration form and bring proof of registration with you.
Check-in at the hotel:
You must show your Certificate when checking into the hotel. Inside, the same Certificate will be required for access to restaurants, pools, gyms, spas and locker rooms (mandatory for persons from 12 years and older).
Access to restaurants, bars, events and ski slopes:
- As of December 06, 2021, the Super Green Pass will be mandatory for most activities. This is issued to people who have been vaccinated or have recovered, a negative swab is not sufficient.
- The Super Green Pass will be required for access to shows, sporting events, indoor dining, parties and nightclubs, and public ceremonies.
- For lifts in ski areas, regular EU Digital COVID Certificate is required in white and yellow zones. In orange zones, the Super Green Pass will also be required for ski areas.
To help you prepare for your holiday in the best possible way and in line with the current measures, you can find more information under this link.