Is Italy open for tourism?
The answer for U.S. citizens is: yes. U.S. citizens may travel to Italy for any reason, including tourism. 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.
Travelers from the United States may enter Italy if they present a negative molecular PCR or rapid antigen test result carried out within 72 hours of arrival AND one of the following:
Do I have to quarantine in Italy?
Travelers from the United States unable to present a valid vaccination or recovery certificate will have to self-isolate on arrival for five days and undergo a molecular PCR or rapid antigen test at the end of the isolation.
Source: COVID-19 Information – U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Italy (usembassy.gov)
Can I travel to Italy Covid-19?
Citizens and residents of EU countries, the Schengen area, from Andorra or the Principality of Monaco can enter Italy without the obligation of quarantine, provided that:
1. They fill in the Passenger Locator Form before entering Italy
2. They present the EU Digital COVID Certificate on arrival. Non-EU citizens can present a COVID-19 Green Certificate, in paper or digital form, issued by the health authorities of their home country, certifying negativity to the virus, successful recovery or vaccination recognized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
An EU Digital COVID Certificate is digital proof that a person:
Source: Covid-19 updates: information for tourists – Info (italia.it)