Since we are operating our tours and other travel-related services in Rome, Italy so it’s our sole responsibility to keep you updated with the most accurate information.
Every country has imposed travel restrictions since 2020, including Italy. Despite a relaxation of most measures, Italy had some of the strictest restrictions during the pandemic and remains one of the most cautious countries in Europe.
All Covid-19 entrance regulations have been lifted as of June 1.
During your visit to Italy
- Green Pass
- The use of masks
It is no longer necessary to present a Green Pass to access businesses and services in Italy as of May 1, 2022. As a result, free access to local and national public transportation, bars, restaurants, museums, theaters, cinemas, and other facilities is provided.
Face masks are no longer required to be worn on public transportation as of Saturday, Oct. 1, but they are highly recommended for indoor and busy outdoor events. Specific locations, such as galleries and museums, may also enforce mask requirements. If you are discovered not wearing a mask where one is required, you may be fined up to $450.
Covid-19 Travel must-haves for Vatican
The Vatican revised its COVID-19 rules, making it possible for most tourists to enter Vatican City State without Green Pass, vaccination certificate, or test certificate.
While on tour, you must take the following precautions:
- You must wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose during the tour. In some places, wearing a mask is still compulsory.
- Keep a social distance when on tour.
- The visitor’s temperature might be taken when they entered the venues. A body temperature of 37.5° C or higher may restrict access to the site.
- Because of social distance, guided tours now limit the number of participants, including the guides.
Covid-19 Travel must-haves for Colosseum
No vaccination certificate, test certificate, or “Green Pass” is required in order to enter the Rome, Colosseum. Additionally, no certificate is required to enter restaurants, museums, historical places, etc.
- When there are crowds or gatherings in open-air areas, it is important to wear and maintain COVID-19 safety equipment.
- Personal COVID-19 safety equipment will be compulsory inside the site, except for children under the age of 6 and those with illnesses that prevent the use of a mask.
- Your body temperature will be measured at the entrance. You won’t be permitted to enter the site if a body temperature reading of 37.5 °C or higher is recorded.
- At all times, a space of 1.80 meters must be maintained between visitors.
If you have any questions related to COVID-19 updates related to our tour services, please feel free to contact us. Our dedicated support team will get back to you within 24 hours. To guarantee a pleasant travel experience, double-check with local regulations.