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1st April 2022

Green passes are not needed for ski lifts, mountain restaurants and other facilities.  A Covid vaccination certificate, recovery certificate or negative test result is needed for travellers entering Italy. NEW

The internal rules were eased on April 1st  after a new decree was  approved by the Council of Ministers on March 24th 2022.

Until April 30th it will no longer be necessary to provide the EU Covid Digital Certificate to access the following:

– Accommodation facilities – Ski lifts – Local transportation – Museums and cultural sites

It is widely welcomed by ski resorts as the season draws to a close.

Skiing in the Aosta Valley. Courmayeur, Italy. Image © PlanetSKI

Skiing in the Aosta Valley. Courmayeur, Italy. Image © PlanetSKI

There are still rules for skiers, snowboarders and other travellers entering Italy from abroad.

The rules state that either a Covid vaccination certificate, recovery certificate or negative test result is sufficient for entry to Italy for travellers from any country.

Italy also requires arrivals to complete a passenger locator form.

The health ministry is set to review the measures again before the new expiry date of April 30th.

Turin airport

Turin airport. Image © PlanetSKI

Many other ski resorts have relaxed restrictions:

  • French ski resorts return to ‘normal’ as Covid rules go
  • Switzerland drops most Covid restrictions
  • Austria ski resorts welcome relaxation of Covid restrictions

We do our very best at PlanetSKI to ensure the information provided here is as complete and up-to-date as possible. However, please be aware that we assume no liability in this respect. Information provided by PlanetSKI should be checked with the official information provided by the authorities. The situation regarding travel warnings and local rules changes quickly.

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