Green Light to Travel to Italy from June 2020Coronavirus Italy Travel Update: From June 3rd Italy will drop the quarantine requirement for people arriving from certain countries, namely the 26 other members of the European Union including Schengen Zone members Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, The United Kingdom, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican City. Tourists arriving from these countries will not face any restrictions upon entering Italy, though depending on their own country’s rules they may be required to quarantine when they return home. You will face restrictions, however, if you’re coming from one of the approved countries but have visited somewhere not on the list within 14 days of traveling to Italy. Coronavirus Italy Travel Update For example, a Brit who visited India, returned to the UK, then flew to Italy less than two weeks later would be required to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival, as would an American who connected in Germany on their way to Italy. When will other foreign tourists be allowed back? People from other countries will have to wait a bit longer before visiting Italy. According to the government’s latest decree, tourists from outside the EU, Schengen Zone or the UK will not be allowed to enter Italy until at least June 15th. CALENDAR: What will Italy reopen next under new lockdown rules? The government is expected to confirm when exactly Italy will reopen to other visitors by June 14th, which is when the current rules expire. Until then people from other countries will still be allowed to enter Italy for the same emergency reasons they can now, but they will have to observe the two-week quarantine. Many countries currently have travel warnings in place for Italy, advising residents to cancel or postpone their trip if possible. Check your embassy’s latest advice before planning to travel.