REQUIREMENTS for TRAVELING to ITALY in 2022.✈️ MAY
Remember that Italy is a member of the Schengen area, made up of 26 European countries. To enter this territory you may or may not require a visa. Check here the countries that do not require a visa to enter the Schengen area.
º Travel insurance. This requirement may be required, not only at the time of migration at any Italian airport, but even the airlines are already requesting it at the time of Check in.
The amounts required by the immigration authorities change frequently, so again, before traveling do not forget to check directly with the ministry’s website, being the most recent information we have:
If a family is traveling where any of the members has a European passport and as long as they are ascendant relatives (mothers and fathers), descendants (children) or couple (husband or wife) they will be able to do the migration management together through the community ticket office.
Travel to Italy is now possible and the requirements are as follows
You can prepare your trip to Italy by yourself: it is necessary that you follow the steps that we indicate in this page, and everything will be easier. Our best advice is to make your reservations in advance.
There are many types of accommodations, you must decide depending on the type of tourism you are going to do: – For short stays in art cities (Rome, Venice, Florence, Naples,…) you should stay in the city in central accommodations. You will not lose time in moving around, since the stay is short.
Coach Tours: For those who prefer all-inclusive, we have a wide range of organized coach tours throughout the Italian peninsula. With daily or scheduled departures. To all destinations. With a variety of days of duration.
Train Tours: If what you want is a more independent tour, we recommend the tours we have by train. You will travel by train, the hotels we offer will be next to the stations, and you will only join the group for the visits or transfers to and from the airport.
REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELING TO ITALY: Updates
Rome, Venice, Cinqueterre… It would take many trips to discover all the beautiful places Italy has to offer. If you are looking forward to visit for the first time this country or just thinking about coming back, here you are going to find all the documents and requirements to travel to Italy in 2022. Due to the coronavirus, more things now have to be considered, so we at IATI, who are always here to make your adventures easier, are going to give you all the updated information so you don’t have any problems.
Since May 1st, it is much easier to move within Italy. On that day, the Green Pass system ceased to be used, that is, it is no longer necessary to show the recovery or vaccination certificate or take a virus test to enter businesses and tourist attractions.
As of June 1, there are no requirements for travel to Italy. From that day on, it is no longer compulsory to present a certificate of vaccination, recovery or test. Therefore, it is as simple as before the pandemic.
I arrived in Italy and these are the travel requirements
What we do have clear is that traveling to Italy on your own is a before and after in the travel experiences of any foreigner who chooses this corner of the world. We do not know a single person who has not loved it. We came back completely in love with its people, its food and its cities. Shall we start?
We recommend the car option, only if you are going to make a route through nearby countries such as Croatia or France. Keep in mind that parking in cities like Milan, Florence or Venice can cost you a lot of money, since the downtown area is restricted to vehicles or is payable.
The big question you will ask yourself when organizing a trip to Italy. As always, it will depend on the days you have available and what you want to see, but we believe that 7/8 days is the minimum you need to enjoy this Mediterranean country.
To travel around Italy we recommend using the train, it is the best option. The stations are located in the center of the cities, besides being a comfortable and inexpensive transport. Calculate that a trip between Milan and Venice has a price of about 20 euros in modern high-speed trains. Check prices and availability on the Trenitalia website.