Since March 2020 most travel from the USA to Italy has been impossible. But that could soon change, as Italian authorities are considering how and when to allow non-essential travel..
So far, it looks likely that visitors who have been vaccinated will be allowed to travel to Italy using a “health pass”, including from non-EU countries.
The European Commission this week suggested opening the external European borders to vaccinated non-EU travellers – although the final decision on this will be down to each individual member state.
While details of how the pass would work, it is likely to require proof of a certificate of full vaccination, or potentially also a recent negative Covid test.
We’d like to know how our American readers feel about this requirement – and whether they feel it’s safe to visit Italy this summer.