Updated on April 20, 2022

A new era officially begins in the most beautiful country in the world!

As a result of the ordinances signed by the Ministry of Health in recent weeks, the openings and the abolition of restrictions continue that will bring our country to the definitive return to normality starting from next May 1st.

So it’s official: Italy reopens and is ready to welcome you with open arms!


With the decree approved in recent weeks, Italy will abolish the use of the GREEN PASS and therefore any form of restriction in Italian territory as of May 1, 2022.
The path back to a state of absolute lack of restrictions has already begun with the abolition of the quarantine for those entering Italy from abroad and continues today, April 1, with new openings.

The new measures in force from today, April 1, 2022


From April 1 the green pass will no longer be required on buses and local public transport, while from April 1 to April 30 to take airplanes, trains and ships it will be necessary to show at least the basic green pass (which is obtained with an antigen test valid for 48 hours or a molecular test valid for 72 hours The obligation to wear the Ffp2 masks will continue until April 30.


from April 1, the compulsory Green pass will be stopped for hotels, outdoor restaurants and bars, outdoor parties and ceremonies.Foreign tourists enter with the basic green pass in restaurants and bars indoors for table and counter service. The green pass is not required for hotel guests who go to the internal restaurants and bars.


From April 1 no green pass for shops, hairdressers, barbers, beauticians, public offices, banks, outdoor sports, spas, festivals and fairs, museums and exhibitions.



The Council of Ministers has decided to stop quarantines from contact with a positive case at Covid. From April 1 only those who have contracted the virus will have to remain isolated at home, while those who have had contact will have to apply the self-surveillance regime.

As of March 1 2022, the quarantine for citizens arriving in our country and coming from a state outside the European borders had been abolished.

To enter Italy it is necessary to have one of these documents:

Complete vaccination with a vaccine authorized by the EMA, issued less than 9 months ago (EU Digital Certification or equivalent certification for the Italian authorities);

Full vaccination with a vaccine authorized by the EMA and a booster dose (the so-called booster), in the format of the EU Digital Certification or equivalent certification for the Italian authorities;

Cure of COVID-19, issued less than 6 months ago (EU Digital Certification format or equivalent certification for Italian authorities);

Negative result of a molecular test performed with a swab within 72 hours prior to entry into Italy or an antigenic test performed with a swab within 48 hours prior to entry into Italy;


Comirnaty di Pfizer-BioNtech

Spikevax (Modern)

Vaxzevria of AstraZeneca

Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)

Nuvaxovid (Novax)


Until April 30, face masks remain mandatory indoors when social distancing is not possible. The surgical mask will suffice for work, while the Ffp2 remains mandatory in means of transport, closed cable cars, cinemas, theaters and sports competitions.


For more info consult viaggiaresicuri.it.


Updated on April 20, 2022