No country is safe from the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic especially Italy. With the number of deaths, Italy became the hotspot for the pandemic in late March. After months of strict regulations, Italy has survived the worst and had been welcoming tourists since early June. If you want to visit Italy soon and you are coming from the countries below, then Italy welcomes you with open arms as the guidelines are doable. Just follow them and you will have no problems.
For European countries
You may travel to and around Italy unrestricted if you are from certain EU states (restrictions for those stated below) or from other European countries like Liechtenstein, Iceland, Monaco, Norway, Northern Ireland, San Marino, Switzerland, Andorra, Vatican City, and the UK
If you are coming from Spain, Malta, Croatia, or Greece, you need to present an RT-PCR report that’s negative. It should be no older than 72 hours, Alternatively, you can take a swab test upon your arrival to Italy and be quarantined while the results being processed.
If you are coming from Bulgaria or Romania, you will be under isolation upon your arrival.
For other countries
Italy’s borders are open for the following countries: Canada, Japan, Australia, Georgia, South Korea, Rwanda, Tunisia, Thailand, New Zealand. and Uruguay. Take note though that a 14-day isolation period is mandatory before starting your tour of Italy.