Italy is slowly opening up to travelers from some select countries, and there is hope that one of the world’s most loved country for travelers might soon see a revival. Tourism is one of the main revenue sectors for Italy; pre-COVID, tourism brought in 13 per cent of Italy’s GDP.
The nation has formally reopened its borders to international travelers and has allowed restriction-free travel for visitors from some countries.
Italy opened up for travelers from EU member states, Israel and the UK. Travelers from these countries will need to provide COVID-19 negative certificates, vaccination certificate or proof of their recovery from COVID-19 in the past six months.