Travel update from 30 June 2021

The summer is South Tyrol!

The borders are passable. Guests from EU countries and the Schengen states can enter South Tyrol without the obligation to quarantine.

Arriving guests are required to:

- present the EU Digital COVID Certificate (EU CoronaPassport) showing whether one has recovered, been vaccinated or tested. It is also possible to present a printed confirmation of a negative test, a convalescence certificate or a vaccination certificate.

Proof of vaccination: Proof of vaccination counts from the 15th day after the vaccination cycle has been completed.

Proof of recovery: Proof of recovery from a Covid 19 infection in the last six months.

Proof of test: Negative antigen or PCR test not older than 48 hours; children under 6 years of age are exempt from testing. The test is also valid for the CoronaPass South Tyrol.

- Before entering Italy, register online via the European Digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF). In the event of a check, a confirmation email on a smartphone is sufficient proof. In exceptional cases, i.e. exclusively in the event of technical obstacles, it is possible to complete the self-declaration in writing.


Persons travelling to South Tyrol from Great Britain and Northern Ireland must quarantine for 5 days. For all Information travelling from These countries please click here.


A vacation comes to an end at some point. You can find out what you need to consider on your return journey to your home country here:

United Kingdom:
Czech Republic:


Accommodations are open and guarantee you a safe stay. For more details, please contact your respective accommodation Provider.

Unlike other regions and provinces in Italy, the Green Pass in South Tyrol is also valid for:

  • participation in outdoor events
  • access to public indoor swimming pools, spa facilities, beauty salons, sports halls and changing rooms
  • admission to theatres, cinemas and concert halls, if more than 50% of the seats are reserved
  • overnight stays in communal dormitories mountain refuges/huts and youth hostels .

Children under the age of 12 are not required to show a Green Pass in the above situations. Youths between the ages of 12 and 18 may take a nose swab test on site for entry into the above places.


Here you will find all the information you need to travel to South Tyrol and return to your home Country.

So nothing stands in the way of a warm reunion in South Tyrol.

In the meantime we have prepared ourselves to give you a wonderful and safe holiday season. Step by step and with the necessary security measures, normality is returning to South Tyrol. Some things are different, but we are still the same - and look forward to seeing you!


See you soon in Schenna!

Your family Daprà


Stay informed! You can find all information on entry and exit as well as the legal regulations at