Can I TRAVEL as a TOURIST to ITALY? RESPONDO
Italian citizens who are in Colombia must strictly respect the indications of the Colombian Authorities for the prevention of contagion. It is recommended to consult frequently, in addition to the website of the Embassy of Italy in Bogota, also the websites and social networks of the Ministry of Health of Colombia and of the different Authorities for information on the health situation, and the website of Migration Colombia.
Until September 30, 2022, it will be mandatory to use face masks type FFP2 in public transport (trains, ships, buses and other means of transport), in socio-health and socio-assistance structures, and in sanitary structures.
For the issuance of the European Green Certificate in favor of Italian citizens (also residing abroad) and their cohabiting relatives, as well as foreign citizens residing in Italy for work or study reasons and all subjects registered in any capacity with the National Health Service who have been vaccinated abroad, the vaccines recognized by the EMA are considered valid.
Italy wants to welcome foreign tourism
The tourist has the right to receive correct and real information from tour operators. before organizing a trip or a vacation, it is always advisable that the tourist collects all the necessary information about the place of destination, as well as the existence of eventual formalities to be carried out, always bearing in mind that the tour operator is obliged to inform tourists about all this.
People with disabilities or with temporary physical impediments who wish to visit the historical centers of the tourist municipalities can request a temporary transit and parking concession at the local police station.
Non-EU citizens need a valid passport and a declaration of presence once in the national territory. Depending on the country of origin, tourists need a visa to visit Italy. European Community citizens do not need such a visa to enter Italy.
Italian citizens who wish to travel abroad can contact the police for information and for the issuance of passports, and the municipality of residence for the issuance of identity cards.
How to FILL in the GREEN PASS when TRAVELING to ITALY
Although technically the Embassy of Mexico in Italy could document any foreigner, regardless of where in Italy he/she resides, in the appointment scheduling priority is given to those who reside in Malta, Albania, San Marino and the following regions of Italian territory: Abruzzo, Apulia, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Lazio, Marche, Molise, Tuscany, Umbria and Sicily.
Some countries are exempt from carrying a visa when presenting themselves at a port of entry to request admission to Mexican territory, either by unilateral decision or by virtue of a bilateral visa waiver agreement. If you are not sure if the country of which you are a national is exempt from visa requirements, we invite you to consult the following links to verify whether or not your nationality requires a visa to travel to Mexico.
5. If I am a national of one of the countries that do not require a visa (e.g. Italian citizens) or I am in one of the cases in which I do not require a visa (e.g. I have a permanent residence permit in Italy), what other documents do I need to bring with me to be admitted to Mexico?
Travel to Italy is now possible and the requirements are as follows
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 are going to find all the documents and requirements to travel to Italy in 2022. Due to the coronavirus, more things have to be considered now, 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 necessary to present a certificate of vaccination, recovery or having taken a test. Therefore, it is as simple as before the pandemic.