As things slowly and steadily return to normal following the Covid-19 pandemic, Italy, like many countries around the world, has eased travel restrictions due to Covid-19.

In line with the country’s latest travel guidelines, visitors no longer have to complete the EU passenger search form when checking in at the airport, a complex time-consuming process previously used to help locate the passengers.

The Covid-19 green health passport, which was previously mandatory to enter public spaces such as restaurants, cinemas, and gyms, is no longer mandatory. However, when visiting hospitals and nursing homes, you must always present your green passport, showing proof of vaccination, recovery from Covid-19, or a negative current test result.

While Italy was preparing for the tourist season, it maintained the obligation of the mask. The country still maintains the obligation of the mask for public places such as public transport, cinemas, and all health facilities. Masks are no longer mandatory in shopping malls, supermarkets, and at work.

Italy awaits a normal tourist season after two years of pandemics and lockouts.