covid 19 – Car mask rules in Italy when living together during holiday

We are 5 people from Germany, living in 3 different households. During our holiday in Italy we will live together in one household.

There’s a rule in Italy that only 3 people from different households are allowed to ride inside the same car. Does this apply to us?

US Citizen – Italy on Covid-tested flight to Croatia, transit Italy to return to the USA?

Italy should allow for a covid vaccine passport within a few weeks, however, to prepare for the worst, I am assuming that current travel restrictions stay enforced through August.

I am planning a trip from JFK/BOS -> FCO -> DBV, then DBV -> FCO -> JFK/BOS.

The JFK/BOS -> FCO segment, if flown via Delta/Alitalia should be allowed, regardless of transit rules, due to it being a covid-tested flight.

FCO -> DBV is allowed with proof of vaccination as a US citizen

FCO -> JFK/BOS is allowed as a US citizen, if a covid test is taken, regardless of vaccination status

Now, my questions:

  1. Is the DBV -> FCO segment allowed, if I do NOT leave the airport? Italian law claims that anyone being in a List D country (USA) within the last 14 days MUST quarantine for 10 days. How does this apply if I previously entered Italy and left?

  2. Would I be allowed to transit Italy to Croatia, if I do NOT leave the airport in Italy? Multiple sources tell me that I can transit Italy by “private means” if I do NOT stay in Italy for more than 36 hours. Does “private means” include an airplane?

What are your favorite towns to visit in France and Italy particularly Provence and Tuscany?

What are your favorite towns to visit in France and Italy particularly Provence and Tuscany? – Travel Stack Exchange

air travel – Do I need to get a COVID-19 test when flying from Italy to the Netherlands?

Yes, you do need a Covid test. Depending on the time between taking the test and arriving in the Netherlands, you might actually need two. According to government.nl:

If you are aged 13 or over and travelling to the Netherlands from a high-risk country, you must provide proof that you have tested negative for COVID-19. You can do this by presenting a negative NAAT (PCR) test result based on a sample collected no more than 24 hours before boarding the aircraft or ferry. Or you can present both a negative NAAT (PCR) test result based on a sample collected no more than 72 hours before arrival in the Netherlands and a negative rapid test result based on a sample collected no more than 24 hours before boarding. A negative rapid test result is not mandatory if you are travelling to the Netherlands by car, coach or train.

The Dutch government provides a list of testing locations in Italy. I think these are just recommended locations, but you may also want to check the requirements on how the testing results are reported. These requirements are:

The negative test result must be in English, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish or Dutch. A translation of the test result will be accepted provided the translation bears the original signature or stamp of the doctor or institute that conducted the test.

The document must include the following information:

  • Type of test: the test used must be a molecular NAAT (PCR) test (either PCR, RT PCR, LAMP, TMA or mPOCT). No other type of test, including antigen tests and serological tests (blood tests to detect antibodies), is valid;
  • Test result: the test result must be negative (or ‘not detected’);
  • Your given name and surname as stated in your passport;
  • Date and time you were tested: the test sample must have been collected no more than 72 hours prior to arrival in the Netherlands;
  • Name and contact information of the institute or laboratory that conducted the test.

Italy to netherland COVID-19 travel rules

I am planning to travel from bergamo to eindhaven with ryan air so I have to carry COVID-19 test if yes then with test pcr or rabid antigen swab??

Traveling from Spain to Italy

So my partner is going here to Italy on the 4th of June coming from Spain, we’ve already bought the plane ticket. so my question is does he need to quarantine himself for 5 days after he arrived here in Italy? I’m hoping it’s a no because he will not be staying for more than 5 days in Italy.

customs and immigration – Can I travel to Rome, Italy with only Permesso di Soggiorno and Carta D’identità?

If you have a valid Permesso di soggiorno, your stay in Italy remains tolerated despite an expired (or lost) passport, but you should obtain a new valid passport as soon as possible.

You have no restriction on where you can travel within Italy because of the expired passport. However, other restrictions may apply, for example, Covid-related restrictions may prevent or obstruct you from interregional travel, although replacing passport might qualify as a good reason for travel (on this I have no practical knowledge if it would actually qualify as an exception).

customs and immigration – Can a Filipino like me with Philippine passport living in Italy travel to Spain with only Passport and Italian Carta D’identità?

I do have Permesso di Soggiorno but will only last 2 months, I got it 02/03/2021. So i was thinking and very curious to know if I can travel to Spain without permesso di soggiorno but only with Philippine Passport and Italian Carta D’identità. My Italian Carta D’identità (probably not valid for expatriation because i’m not a citizen here in Italy) so can I travel?

Can a Philippine passport holder like me (living in Italy) travel to Spain with only Passport and Italian Carta D’identita’?

I do have permesso di soggiorno but will only last 2 months, I just got it today 02/03/2021. So i was thinking and very curious to know if I can travel to Spain without permesso di soggiorno but only with Philippine Passport and Italian Carta D’identita’. planning to travel hopefully this year.

food and drink – How late are restaurants open until in Italy? (Bologna specifically)

Four years later, a local writes ;) I answer in covid time (now we are under curfew 10pm to 5am) but what I write applies in general.

Short answer: no, no traditional food in Bologna after midnight.

Proper restaurants close at 10.30pm or 11pm and, yes, very possibly the kitchen closes sooner. After midnight not even kiosks are reliable, out of the “nightlife area” within the city center.

I found some of the page linked in the other answer on a web archive. Some of the venues here listed are discos, pubs or bars. Altotasso is a late night drink place, not really a late night food place; after a certain hour in the evening, you will only get sandwiches and snacks. Arterìa is great to “meet new people”, not really to eat something.

If you are ok with pizzas and bakery products, Gingio is next to the two towers, only closes 6am to 9am and has saved many lives.

The latest night tagliatelle that you can find in town are probably served at Dragon Pub in via della Repubblica. Here you can find proper quality meals with first and second courses…say till 1am or 2am.

Among the proper restaurants, Il Rosso claims to close at 11pm but, I bet, they would serve you food at 10.45pm.

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