After Christmas closed, Italians began booking their next winter holiday. However, it must be remembered that for travel you must be equipped with a green card valid in Italy, at the moment, until next December 31, but, most likely, the obligation will be extended at least until the spring of 2022.
So, what can be done during the Christmas holidays? In the meantime, you must be equipped with a green pass and a mask.
Green corridor at airports
Since the 1st of last September, access and use of the following modes of transport is allowed only for people with green lanes: planes, ships, ferries (except for the Strait of Messina), intercity trains and high-speed trains.
Hotel green lane
Hotels are not obligated to require guests to have a green certificate, except for lunch or dinner in cases where the structure provides for the possibility of receiving outside guests inside.
The green lane in restaurants and pizzerias
You need the green lane to consume the food on the table indoors.
Green pass in ski resorts
The green pass is mandatory to access the ski lifts.
With regard to holidays abroad, it is necessary to frequently review the lists prepared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Health. So far, among the countries where there are no restrictions on inbound and outbound travel, for example in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark (including Faro and Greenland), Estonia, Finland and France (including Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana, Reunion, Mayotte) , Germany, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands (excluding territories outside the European continent), Poland, Portugal (including the Azores and Madeira), the Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including Canary Islands and other territories of the African continent), Sweden, Hungary. In the same way, you can go to other European countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway (including the islands of Svalbard and Jan Mayen), Switzerland, the Republic of San Marino, Vatican City, Andorra and the Principality of Monaco. However, upon return, it is necessary to fill out the EU Dplf form.
For those coming from or returning from List D countries (plus the United States and the United Kingdom), i.e. Saudi Arabia, Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, United Arab Emirates, Japan, Jordan, Kosovo, Israel, Kuwait, New Zealand, Qatar and Northern Ireland (including Gibraltar, Isle of Man and Channel Islands and British bases on the island of Cyprus (except for territories not belonging to the European continent), the Republic of Korea (South Korea), Rwanda, Singapore, Ukraine, Uruguay, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. To return to Italy from these countries it is necessary: to show an EU Dplf form, a negative buffer at 72 hours (48 for the UK), a 5-day credit isolation and an additional buffer after the period (Covid trips excluded). Those who have completed a course of vaccination and can show a negative smear upon entry will not have to observe 5-day isolation.
For countries on List E, i.e. countries not indicated in other lists, inbound and outbound movements are allowed only for specific reasons (work, study, health, urgency, repatriation) in accordance with the applicable rules. in the destination country. Upon entry into Italy from these countries, the obligation to plf, buffer in 72 hours, credit isolation of 10 days and temporary isolation at the end remain.
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