Coronavirus Information Italian National Tourism Board COVID-19 Information for Travelers to Italy

Check current COVID-19 Italy entry restrictions from your country


US Embassy in Italy COVID-19 Information

Are U.S. citizens permitted to enter? 

Yes. U.S. citizens may travel to Italy for any reason, including tourism.

Is a negative COVID-19 test (PCR and/or serology) required for entry? Yes. Exceptions regarding the self-isolation and testing requirements include if you flew on a “COVID tested” flight

Passengers on Covid-tested flights to Italy must complete the EU Digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF) before boarding.


Covid-tested flight procedures - Rome Fiumicino Airport

  • Book a Covid rapid test at the Rome airport to be completed upon arrival at and departure from FCO: Digital Health Travel Pass
  • Rapid antigen tests cost 20 euros; results in 20 minutes
  • Rapid molecular tests cost 69.88 euros; results within 36 hours


Italian Foreign Ministry COVID-19 Information (in English) for Travelers to Italy

Italy currently allows entry without compulsory quarantine from EU countries, the Schengen Area, Great Britain and Israel with a negative swab test.

Italy classifies countries under specific lists. Currently, the US, Canada and Australia are on List D:

See Covid entry restrictions to Italy from the United States, Canada and Australia (through July 30, 2021).


Italian Health Ministry COVID-19 Information (in English) for Travelers to Italy


US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 in Italy

See recommendations for fully vaccinated travelers.

See recommendations for unvaccinated travelers.