Are U.S. citizens permitted to enter? No
– U.S. citizens may exit or depart Italy to return to the United States at any time.
– Current travel restrictions on entry into Italy are linked to several factors, including one’s country of departure and purpose of travel.
– Non-essential travel (i.e., tourism) to Italy from most non-EU countries (including the United States) is prohibited. Essential travel is allowed and includes students, businesspersons, EU residents, and relatives of Italian citizens.
– The Government of Italy periodically updates these restrictions based upon changing conditions, and all travelers should refer to current Italian health decrees when making travel plans.
– English-language guidance on current entry and exit requirements is maintained on the following Ministry of Foreign Affairs website: Travel to and from Italy.
– All persons traveling to Italy from any foreign location are required to provide their airline or Italian law enforcement officials with a self-declaration form prior to travel.
– Transiting through Italian airports is allowed, but those traveling from certain listed countries are not permitted to leave the airport while transiting. The list of those countries can also be found here: Travel to and from Italy.
– For additional information on travel to and from Italy, please see the following website: https://www.esteri.it/mae/it.Is a negative COVID-19 test (PCR and/or serology) required for entry? NoAre health screening procedures in place at airports and other ports of entry? YesVisas/Residency Permits: The Italian government has established that permits of stay in Italy that expired between January 31, 202 and July 31, 2020 retain their validity until August 31, 2020. o Please see the following link for additional information: Extension of Deadlines