As it is one of the most visited countries in Europe, many tourists wonder: When can we travel to Italy again in 2020? Below we provide updated information with specific dates.
When can I take a flight at Italian airports after COVID-19?
According to information agencies, on 20 May, the Italian Transport Ministry announced that Italian airports will return to work on June 3.
It will include both national and international travels in or to the country. The country’s authorities stated that the opening will be valid also for its borders with EU countries.
It has also been reported that other airports will work unlimitedly, starting with Palermo, Turin, Bologna, Rome Fiumicino and Milan. Some airports, such as Milan Malpensa, among others, opened their doors already on May 4.
Alitalia will also gradually resume its flights that will go from Rome. The details are still being discussed.
Which regions of Italy are the safest?
If you want to travel to Italy, it is best that you know about the safest places where there is less chance of infection. In the case of Italy, the following areas and cities are listed as the safest:
- Reggio Calabria
However, whichever area you go to implements the same precautions. Prevention is key for travellers, especially those who will leave and enter countries with a high rate of coronavirus.
Read more details about the safety measures in airports and hotels here:
Have a safe trip!