We received multiple notes from partners in Italy today regarding upcoming travel restrictions. Here is an example of one sent by
the Walks Inside Rome Team
To our friends around the world, Here is all the latest travel
information you need to plan your return to Italy. We are glad to see
Rome returning to normal, and are ready to safely welcome you back as
soon as possible.
All passengers arriving in Italy are required to fill out an EU
Digital Passenger Locator Form. (Click here to open).
From August 6th, proof of at least one dose of vaccine, recovery from
Covid in the last 6 months, or a negative result from a test taken
within 48 hours will be required for people aged 12 and above to dine
indoors in restaurants, enter museums and archaeological sites, and
access other indoor event spaces.
Visitors from the US, UK, Canada, Japan, and Israel will be able to
show the documents issued by their respective authorities in
lieu of the Italian Green Pass. The document must both state the
identity of the holder and the date and type of vaccine administered.
An ID document will also be required to verify the holder’s identity.
Certificates will be accepted in one of the following four languages:
English, Italian, French, or Spanish. Any certificate not in one of
these must be accompanied by a certified translation.
The certification of successful completion of the vaccination cycle
must relate to one of the four vaccines approved by the European
Medicines Agency: Comirnaty from Pfizer–BioNTech, Moderna, Vaxzevria,
Jansen (Johnson & Johnson).
You can keep up to date with the latest official information by
visiting the website of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and
We're verifying this info... as we're headed to Rome in mid-September. (Things will probably change by then!)