Italy Entry Requirements.
Travellers arriving in Italy directly from the UK are now usually exempt from the requirement to self-isolate.
You will only need to self-isolate if:
a) you travelled outside the UK in the 14 days prior to your arrival in Italy
b) you will be arriving in Italy from a country for which there are still self-isolation requirements.
If these conditions apply to you, then you must;
a) arrive in Italy with a completed ‘Self-Declaration Form for Travel’ stating the purpose of your trip to Italy
b) report promptly to local health authorities
c)self-isolate for 14 days
More information on these requirements is available on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs frequently asked questions page.
Many airlines and airports serving Italy are resuming service, but may not be operating to their usual schedules. You are strongly advised to check your airline’s website, as well as the website for the airport you are intending to fly for the latest information.
You should expect to be asked to wear a face mask throughout your flight and within the airport terminal.
All travellers entering Italy must avoid using public transport and must arrange to be collected, take a taxi or hire a car.
Train companies have reduced domestic services and international travel is limited. Some cross-border bus companies are also cancelling their services.
Ports remain open for ships to disembark passengers. Passenger ferry schedules remain subject to change and cancellations.
Proof of a negative Covid 19 test result completed within 48 hours before arrival will be required for presentation to the authorities upon your arrival in Italy.
10 days Quarantine is required upon your return to the UK.
Government Laws and local restrictions regarding country entry requirements are continually changing. Always check the Embassy website for the country you wish to visit or the FCDO website: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice for the latest travel advice and entry requirements.
Additionally please visit www.gov.uk/visit-europe-1-January-2021 which addresses travel advice following the UK's exit from the European Union