We have put together the following to guide you through the relevant requirements. These can change at short notice from both the Italian and UK governments so this should only be used as a guide, we recommend you check the FCDO website and have included those links for your ease.
Reviewed 4th October 2022
Travelling to Italy on a direct flight from the UK
From 1 May travellers will no longer be required to complete a passenger locator form (EU PLF) to enter or travel through Italy as a visitor.
COVID-19 restrictions on entering Italy have been lifted. Italy does not require any proof of vaccination, a negative test result, or a COVID-19 recovery certificate to enter the country, regardless of your vaccination status.
Travellers arriving in Italy, including minors, may be subject to random COVID-19 testing in airports and ports.
Masks are no longer required on flights in, to or from Italy..
For full details, please refer to the FCDO website.
Returning to the UK
For entry to the UK, you are no longer required to take tests or complete a passenger locator form.