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Lifting of restrictions

The restrictions imposed over the last two years in the context of the COVID pandemic have been lifted almost completely.

Therefore, it has now become one's own responsibility to reduce the continuing risk of infection. Risk reduction measures include voluntarily wearing a protective mask in more crowded public places and when you have cold & flu symptoms, as well as regular disinfection of hands.

Entry into Italy

Entry into Italy no longer requires a green pass (i.e. proof of vaccination or proof of recovery).

Wearing of Masks in Public Areas

The requirement to wear an FFP2 mask applies only to hospitals and to some care facilities, but is no longer required on public transportation (trains, buses).

Hygiene Rules in the Hotel

Check-in and the use of the hotel (restaurant, bar,  lounges, garden/pool, fitness room, sauna) are not subject to restrictions.

If you believe that you might be showing symptoms usually associated with a COVID-19 infection (elevated temperature, dry cough, nausea, weakness/fatigue, headache, reduced sense of taste and smell), we urge you to inform us immediately and to isolate yourself from other hotel guests

Further Information

This page will be updated regularly. Due to the constant evolution of the situation and of the applicable norms, the information provided here may be out of date and change. The multilingual website of South Tyrol's tourist organisation (www.suedtirol.info) provides updated information on currently applicable coronavirus regulations.

In South Tyrol, you may also call the green number 800 751 751 for all information about the corona virus.

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