Italy travel authorization form

Documents for travel to italy


We hereby inform you that the Decree of the Ministry of Health dated October 23, 2021 has extended until December 15, 2021 (inclusive), the regulations on the entry of foreigners, contained in the DPCM of March 2, 2021 (art. 49 and 50).

In any case, it is mandatory to present to the carrier, at the time of boarding and to the person designated to carry out the control, the certificate of having undergone the molecular or antigen test, within 72 hours prior to entry into the national territory, through swabbing with negative result.

a) To make the route from the place of entry into the national territory or from the place of disembarkation of the line used to enter Italy to the domicile or residence where the period of sanitary surveillance and fiduciary isolation will take place, exclusively by private means, with the exception of airport transit on condition of not moving away from the specific areas designated inside the air stations;

c) to undergo, once the 10-day isolation period is over, a molecular or antigen test. Those who entered Italy before April 18, 2021, must complete the 14-day isolation period and must not undergo additional tests. For further information, please visit the Ministry of Health website, in the section on entry from countries, list E.

Requirements for travel to italy 2022

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 make the migration management together through the community ticket office.

Dplf for travel to italy

Rome, Venice, Cinqueterre… It would take many trips to discover all the beautiful places that Italy has to offer. If you are looking forward to visiting this country for the first time or just thinking about coming back, here you will 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.

Form to enter italy

Citizens of European Union countries, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, can travel to the United Kingdom without a visa, for short stays (up to 180 days). As of October 1, 2021, a valid passport, valid for the entire duration of the stay in the UK, will be required, except in the cases indicated in the official UK government guide.

Check well in advance at the UK consulate or embassy which documents (visas or permits) must be presented at the border by citizens of non-EU countries, whether or not they are family members of EU citizens.

British citizens may enter the European Union, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, without a visa for visits of up to 90 days, in any 180-day period. Days visiting Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus and Romania do not count towards the above 90 days. Required documentation:

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