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(May 19th, 2021) Calabria, and most of Italy by the way, is - "zona gialla" and the number of Covid-19 cases continues to decline.
By presenting a negative Covid-19 test (PCR or antigen test) quarantine upon entry to Italy has no longer been required since May 16th, 2021. You need not repeat the test during your stay. Important! For the time being, a certificate of vaccination is not enough to avoid quarantine onsite. Visits to restaurants, bars, cafés etc. (up to now only outdoor areas open) as well as to stores do not require a test. Nationwide curfew from 23.00 h to 05.00 h is now valid until June 07th, 2021. It is expected to then be reduced by one hour until June 21st, 2021 and then completely canceled. Apart from that the known "distance-hygiene-mask" measures and regulations are to be observed.

Before entry to Italy please register at: https://app.euplf.eu/#/

(May 07th, 2021) As of May 15th, 2021, restrictions on mobility within Italy will be completely lifted. By presenting either a negative Covid-19 test (with certificate; no older than 48 hours) or proof of complete Covid-19 vaccination (both doses; authorized vaccines) or proof of recovery from a Covid-19 infection within the last 6 months, you no longer have to quarantine upon entry to Italy. Children up to 2 years of age are exempt from these regulations. Landlords and hoteliers will probably be obliged to pass on these data to the local health authorities upon arrival of the guests.

(April 26th, 2021) Calabria remains "zona arancione". Further decisions are expected for May 15th, 2021.

(April 21st, 2021) Calabria remains "zona arancione". Further decisions regarding Italy's Corona policy are expected for April 26th, 2021.

(April 13th, 2021) Since April 12th, 2021 Calabria has been re-categorized as "zona arancione". At and around Easter Italy as a whole had been categorized as 'red' in order to avoid unnecessary contacts and traveling between the regions. Now the color 'orange' is back in Calabrian everyday life and brings along at least a slight easing of restrictions. Mobility, for one, is not as limited as before. However, traveling to other regions as well as outside the municipal/communal area (if more than 5,000 inhabitants) is allowed with good reason only. There is a curfew as of 22.00 h.

Bars and restaurants are allowed to offer meals to be picked up, i.e. to "take away". Stores are, however, allowed to open, in compliance with the known requirements concerning hygiene etc. The current resolutions of the Italian government under Mario Draghi are valid until April 30th, 2021. This also goes for the fact that entry to Italy from the EU area requires a negative Covid-19 test as well as a 5-day quarantine upon arrival.

Questions and answers concerning Covid-19 and traveling in 2021 as well as our terms of cancellation for the 2021 season are found in our FAQ.

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(May 19th, 2021) Calabria, and most of Italy by the way, is - "zona gialla" and the number of Covid-19 cases continues to decline.
By presenting a negative Covid-19 test (PCR or antigen test) quarantine upon entry to Italy has no longer been required since May 16th, 2021. You need not repeat the test during your stay. Important! For the time being, a certificate of vaccination is not enough to avoid quarantine onsite. Visits to restaurants, bars, cafés etc. (up to now only outdoor areas open) as well as to stores do not require a test. Nationwide curfew from 23.00 h to 05.00 h is now valid until June 07th, 2021. It is expected to then be reduced by one hour until June 21st, 2021 and then completely canceled. Apart from that the known "distance-hygiene-mask" measures and regulations are to be observed.

Before entry to Italy please register at: https://app.euplf.eu/#/

(May 07th, 2021) As of May 15th, 2021, restrictions on mobility within Italy will be completely lifted. By presenting either a negative Covid-19 test (with certificate; no older than 48 hours) or proof of complete Covid-19 vaccination (both doses; authorized vaccines) or proof of recovery from a Covid-19 infection within the last 6 months, you no longer have to quarantine upon entry to Italy. Children up to 2 years of age are exempt from these regulations. Landlords and hoteliers will probably be obliged to pass on these data to the local health authorities upon arrival of the guests.

(April 26th, 2021) Calabria remains "zona arancione". Further decisions are expected for May 15th, 2021.

(April 21st, 2021) Calabria remains "zona arancione". Further decisions regarding Italy's Corona policy are expected for April 26th, 2021.

(April 13th, 2021) Since April 12th, 2021 Calabria has been re-categorized as "zona arancione". At and around Easter Italy as a whole had been categorized as 'red' in order to avoid unnecessary contacts and traveling between the regions. Now the color 'orange' is back in Calabrian everyday life and brings along at least a slight easing of restrictions. Mobility, for one, is not as limited as before. However, traveling to other regions as well as outside the municipal/communal area (if more than 5,000 inhabitants) is allowed with good reason only. There is a curfew as of 22.00 h.

Bars and restaurants are allowed to offer meals to be picked up, i.e. to "take away". Stores are, however, allowed to open, in compliance with the known requirements concerning hygiene etc. The current resolutions of the Italian government under Mario Draghi are valid until April 30th, 2021. This also goes for the fact that entry to Italy from the EU area requires a negative Covid-19 test as well as a 5-day quarantine upon arrival.

Questions and answers concerning Covid-19 and traveling in 2021 as well as our terms of cancellation for the 2021 season are found in our FAQ.

Special offers for newsletter subscribers

Each of our newsletters includes one or more special offers for you – i.e. exclusively for our newsletter subscribers! Subscribe now to our free newsletter mailing list. You will then be informed several times a year about our new offers and you will remain up-to-date.