Travel safely in the Savio valley

Your wellbeing in the Savio Valley is our priority throughout your holiday.
Here you will find all the information and guidance you need for a safe and worry-free experience.

Can I stay at a hotel and go to a wellness centre?

Of course, you can stay at a hotel. In order to access all services, including dining (also for external customers), you must show your enhanced Green Pass, either from vaccination or recovery.

Access to indoor wellness centres is restricted to those with an enhanced Green Pass and the same applies to both outdoor and indoor spas.

Can I go to bars and restaurants?

Bars and restaurants are open. Access to indoor services is possible with an enhanced Green Pass, whether from vaccination or recovery.

Can I visit museums and sites of interest?

Museums, sites of interest and cultural venues, such as cinemas and theatres, are open to the public. An enhanced Green Pass, either by vaccination or recovery, and wearing an FFP2 mask is compulsory for visits.

Can I go to shops and shopping centres?

Shops and shopping centres are open, even at weekends, and can be accessed with the basic Green Pass and FFP2 mask.

In supermarkets, pharmacies and activities dedicated to the “essential and basic needs of the person”, access is ensured without a Green Pass.

Can I participate in festivals and other events?

According to current regulations, up to 31 March 2022, all public entertainment events that might create gatherings in open spaces are prohibited.

How can I get around?

The Savio Valley is connected by rail and bus lines.
To board public transport, you must have an enhanced Green Pass, either through vaccination or recovery, and wear an FFP2 mask.

Can I enter Italy from abroad?

As of 1 February 2022, you can enter Italy from an EU country with a basic Green Pass or other equivalent certification, which certifies one of the following conditions: completion of the primary vaccination cycle or prescribed booster dose; recovery from COVID-19; or a negative result to a molecular or antigen test performed by swab.

Safety regulations relating to COVID-19 may change

date of update [2 March 2022]