Covid-19 measures

Different destinations require different documents


Entry to Italy (also applies to Sardinia)


It is responsability of the handling agent to perform required checks of passengers’ documents required by the Authorities. 
Travellers coming from of UE countries, Schengen Area, United States, Israel, Japan and Canada can enter Italy without any quarantine obligation, provided that: 


One form must be completed for each adult passenger; accompanied minors can be registered on the form of the accompanying adult. In the case of unaccompanied minors, the PLF must be completed by the parent or legal guardian before departure. 
In case a family is traveling together, only one member of the family will have to complete the PLF. The details of the rest of the family members should then be included in this PLF. The same applies to groups travelling together. Only one person from the group should complete the PLF and the details of the rest of the group members should then be included in this PLF. Note that this applies only to families and groups of people that will take part in the same activities and stay at the same place during their visit to the destination country. 
In addition, upon arrival, you must present an EU Digital COVID-19 Green Passport issued by the Health Authorities their home country, certifying:


  • complete vaccination against COVID-19 performed at least 14 days beforehand;
  • recovery from COVID-19 and the termination of medical isolation; 
  • nnegative result for a rapid molecular or antigenic test performed in the 48 hours prior to entry into Italy; 


The EU Digital COVID-19 Green Passport is available in digital format, for instance in a smartphone app or on paper. It must be provided in English, Italian, French or Spanish.
Certification of successfull completion of the vaccination course must cover one of four vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency: Pfizer-BioNtechs’s Comirnaty, Moderna, Vaxzevria, Jansen (Johnson & Johnson). 
For travellers coming from all other countries, be informed that: 
National information line 1500 has been activated by the Italian Ministry of Health to answer questions from the public. 
The hotline is open 24/7. 
Travellers can also contact the Ministry of Health at the following numbers: 

  • from Italy: 1500 (free toll number)
  • from abroad: +39 0232008345 or +39 0283905385 


For more information, visit the special website of the Ministry of Health for travelers or (entry requirements for Italy)



Entry to Germany

All information on the current situation regarding entry into Germany can be found on the website of the Italian Embassy in Berlin.



Entry to the Balearic Islands

All information about the current situation for entry to the Balearic Islands can be found on the website of Spain Travel Health.