Travel information for ‘Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy’ travelling from ‘Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel’ on the 15th of November 2021

Access: RESTRICTED
Travel to Italy is partially allowed from Israel. Measures in place: open with conditions, vaccinated traveler exceptions, test/medical certificate required, additional documents required and covid-19 certificate/passport.International travel to Italy is permitted. It is necessary to comply with requirements to ensure entry is allowed.
COVID Risk Level: MEDIUM (COVID-19 transmission is medium in Italy. The transmission level is based on global health and disease data from John Hopkins University, updated September 2021.)
Last updated: September 11, 2021, 11:39 am, Information source: Ministry of Health, Italy

Other restrictions

Open with conditions - There are conditions in place to travel to this destination
Travelers who have visited or transited through countries on the 'list E' within the previous 14 days will not be permitted to enter Italy. There may be exceptions for nationals and long-term residents of Italy. Travelers who have visited or transited through countries on the ''list D' within the previous 14 days are submitted to further requirements. Further information on the travel requirements for these countries can be found at https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english&id=5412&area=nuovoCoronavirus&menu=vuoto

Vaccination

Vaccinated traveler exceptions - Travelers with a vaccination certificate can enter this destination with some exceptions
Travelers who present a valid international certificate for full vaccination against COVID-19, with the use of an approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, are exempt from testing and quarantine requirements. The list of approved vaccines can be found at https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english&id=5412&area=nuovoCoronavirus&menu=vuoto&tab=3

Test/medical certificate

Test/medical certificate required - A medical certificate or recent test is required to travel to this destination
Proof of a negative COVID-19 molecular or antigenic swab test, taken within the previous 48 hours, must be provided on arrival. Alternatively, those who have recently recovered from COVID-19 are exempt from testing requirements and may provide a certificate of recovery, with the first positive swab taken not more than 180 days before travel, on arrival. Arrivals without any of the documents above will be required to undergo quarantine for 5 days and undergo molecular or antigenic swab testing at the end of this period.

Additional documentation

Additional documents required - There is additional documentation required to travel between these two locations
A completed digital passenger locator form must be completed before boarding. Arrivals without a completed form will be required to undergo quarantine for 5 days and undergo molecular or antigenic swab testing at the end of this period.

COVID-19 certificate/passport

COVID-19 certificate/passport - Certain COVID-19 passports or certificates are accepted as proof of vaccination when traveling to this destination
Travelers may provide their COVID-19 certificate or passport as proof of vaccination, negative test result, or previous recovery on entry. Accepted certificates include EU Digital Certificates and COVID-19 Green Certificates issued by the health authorities in their home country. Further details can be found at http://www.italia.it/en/useful-info/tourism-restarts-in-italy.html

Todays Local Summary for "Italy"

Use of mask

Required
Face masks are required in indoor public spaces and while on public transport. Masks are only required in outdoor public spaces when the 1-meter social distancing rule cannot be respected. In yellow zones, masks are required indoors and outdoors.

Public transportation

Restrictions in place
Public transportation is operating at 80% capacity. Passengers traveling on medium to long-distance public transport (including domestic flights, ferries, intercity trains, and interregional buses) must present a COVID-19 Green Certificate

Restaurants

Restrictions in place
Restaurants are open with limits to capacity in place to allow for social distancing. Indoor seating is only permitted for COVID-19 Green Certificate holders and is limited to a maximum of 6 people per table, or 4 people in yellow zones.

Bars

Restrictions in place
Bars are open with limits to capacity in place to allow for social distancing. Indoor seating is only permitted for COVID-19 Green Certificate holders and is limited to a maximum of 6 people per table, or 4 people in yellow zones.

Nightclubs

Closed
Nightclubs remain closed to limit the rate of transmission.

Shops

Restrictions in place
Shops are open with adapted safety measures in place, such as the use of hand sanitizer, face masks, and social distancing.

Keep up to date

Do you want weekly travel updates from Unlocked?

Sign up for travel news and offers straight to your inbox!

* indicates required
gradient

Search for cheap flights

Looking for cheap flights? Search thousands of flights and routes for your trip, whether for business or for holiday.

Search
gradient

Book a Hotel

If you've found your dream destination and are ready to book, search for the best hotel deals and unlock your next adventure

Search

Order your COVID-19 test

Get an exclusive 30% off at-home COVID-19 PCR test kits required for international travel with LetsGetChecked & Unlocked Travel.

Order now

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I travel to Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy?

Travel to Italy is partially allowed from Israel. Measures in place: open with conditions, vaccinated traveler exceptions, test/medical certificate required, additional documents required and covid-19 certificate/passport.

What is the COVID risk level in Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy?

COVID-19 transmission is medium in Italy. The transmission level is based on global health and disease data from John Hopkins University, updated September 2021.

Is public transport running in Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy?

Public transportation is operating at 80% capacity. Passengers traveling on medium to long-distance public transport (including domestic flights, ferries, intercity trains, and interregional buses) must present a COVID-19 Green Certificate

Do I have to wear a mask in Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy?

Face masks are required.

Can I travel to Italy?

Last updated: 19 September 2021 Yes you can travel to Italy! If you are vaccinated you will not need...
Read more

Can I travel to Greece?

Last updated: 19 September 2021 Yes you can travel to Greece! From, 19 July, you no longer have to...
Read more

Can I travel to Spain?

Last updated: 19 September 2021 Yes you can travel to Spain! It’s currently open to tourists – read on...
Read more