Traveller Information on Covid-19 Emergency Measures in Italy
Information for travellers
The travel programs proposed by Prospettiva Art Tours comply with regional, national and international government measures in force at the time of their planning. On-site service providers will follow the safety protocols adopted in compliance with the laws in force in the country of destination, which travellers will be required to comply with.
Following the restrictive measures put in place by the individual states to contain the contagion from CoVid-19, the services offered may present limitations in the use of the facilities indicated and / or changes in the performance of the programme and the standard services provided.
As an example:
- in case of difficulty in the reopening of some planned hotel structures, these will be replaced with others of the same category, if available;
- depending on any new rules for access to places of interest, some visits may be cancelled or replaced with others;
- limitations on the maximum number of passengers on means of transport could be introduced.
In the event of changes affecting the services provided, the fees may be subject to variations. However, we will do everything possible to keep the quotes and itinerary unchanged.
Before booking and departure, the traveller undertakes to check the official general information provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs via the website www.viaggiaresicuri.it
Through a guided procedure, based on the nationality of the country of residence, the reasons for the visit and the length of stay, the site https://vistoperitalia.esteri.it/ provides general information and instructions regarding the need for a visa
It is also advisable to constantly monitor the provisions in force on transport and the possible presence of travel restrictions related to the pandemic of a national, European and international nature, through the following channels:
Emergenza COVID-19 - Misure di esenzione, Linee Guida e Note Informative ENAC
Joint EASA-ECDC Aviation Health Safety Protocol issue
Updated WHO recommendations for international traffic in relation to COVID-19 outbreak
EASA COVID-19 Travel Information
From 1 June 2022, the Green Pass (or equivalent certification) is no longer required for entry or return to Italy.
The restrictive measures for entry into Italy, linked to COVID-19, ordered with subsequent Ordinances by the Minister of Health, have not been extended beyond May 31, 2022
Until 30 September 2022, it is mandatory to wear FFP2 type respiratory protective equipment on public means of transport (trains, ships, ferries, buses and other means of public transport), excluding airplanes,
It is however recommended to wear respiratory protection devices in all public indoor places or places open to the public.
The following individuals are not required to wear a respiratory protective device: a) children under the age of six; b) people with pathologies or disabilities incompatible with the use of the mask, as well as people who must communicate with a person with disabilities in a way that does not allow the use of the mask; c) people who are participating in sport activities. The removal of restrictions on travel to / from Italy does not exclude that some countries may still impose restrictions on the entry of travelers from abroad.