We’ve been thinking – why not share an overview with current regulations to clear any doubts re travelling from Europe area to Lake Como?
Based on the latest decree law by Italian government, valid until November 24th, please see below for a summary with links to the related official websites:
- Travelling between Italian regions, San Marino and Vatican City:
- Travelling from Germany, Switzerland, Portugal, Austria, Poland, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Ireland, Principality of Monaco, Luxembourg:
No limitations! You only must fill in a self-declaration.
- Travelling from Belgium, France, the Netherlands, UK, Czech Republic, Spain:
You must fill in a self-declaration, and submit a negative test (carried out within 72 hours before entering Italy), or take the test within 48 hours since your arrival in Italy.
Upon return to the country you travelled from, we highly recommended that you always refer to the official website of the governement in question.
Alternatively, this is another useful link with official information provided by the Italian government (in English).
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