This comes after countries like Croatia, Greece, and Iceland opened to vaccinated tourists. More European countries are expected to open this summer, under a hodgepodge of rules.
You’ll need to bring negative COVID-19 test results to fly to Italy. The rules about the test type on timeframe vary by airline, so check current requirements with your carrier. You need to test negative again on a rapid test upon landing in Italy in order to avoid quarantine. Unlike the countries above, showing a vaccination card won’t waive the need for those tests. You’ll also need to test negative within 3 days of your return flight to the US.
I had United business saver awards to Venice booked for this summer, but alas United has decided not to fly that route this year due to the pandemic.
Will you travel to Italy this summer?