In Sept., we are planning on taking the Bernina Express route [regular train] after leaving Lucerne. However, if one can't go thru Italy, what does one do? Just get off at one of the last small towns in Switzerland and turn around? I really want to ride this route, and don't know if I'll ever have the chance again. Covid kind of teaches the importance of doing things now, if possible.
Our flights go thru the UK, so as of now, that would require quarantine in Italy.
Earlier today, I posted a very detailed question regarding this under General Europe, but it's already been "buried" my more recents posts, which probably enjoy wider audience interest. This is a very specific problem. I was hoping maybe someone on the ground in Italy knew when the current covid policy is expected to be reviewed.
Safe- and healthy- travels to all.