You can go on holiday to Italy with TUI from July.
Holidays during the COVID-19 pandemic will be slightly different to what you’re used to. But, we’re doing everything we can to make sure that you have a brilliant TUI holiday. We understand how important it is to know what to expect while you’re away. That’s why we’ve put together this page to fill you in on everything you need to know about your holiday to Italy, from face masks to social distancing.
As part of our TUI Holiday Promise, all bookings in 2020 have COVID Cover included. This means you can amend your holiday for free if you contract COVID-19 before you travel. It’s also got a Holiday Guarantee insurance policy built in. This means that if you contract COVID-19 while you’re away, you’re covered for overseas medical assistance, testing costs and a flight home for treatment if required. It’s designed for use alongside your usual travel insurance, and is subject to T&Cs.
Your flight and hotel experience
We’ve put a range of new measures in place on our TUI flights, in line with all the latest government and holiday industry expert advice. You’ll need to check in online, wear a mask throughout the flight and also at some airports. As for our hotels, we’re making sure they’ve got the highest possible hygiene standards in place before re-opening. You can find out more about your flight, transfer and hotel experience here. And, check out our frequently asked questions, which include information on things like hotel restaurants, pools and entertainment.
THE TUI HOLIDAY PROMISE
- COVID Cover included
- TUI quality standards guaranteed
- 24-hour support while you’re away
- Quarantine-free destinations only
- Flexible options if your holiday can’t go ahead
Find out more about our promise.
Here are the main things you need to be aware of.
|Social distancing distance||1 metre.|
|Face mask requirements for adults||Face masks are mandatory in enclosed spaces and on public transport.|
|Face mask requirements for children||Face masks are mandatory for everyone aged over 6 years old.|
|Am I required to fill out a Passenger Locator Form?||MAINLAND ITALY
You do not need to complete a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) unless you have travelled outside of the UK in the 14 days prior to arrival in Italy.
You must complete a Passenger Locator Form at least 48 hours before departure. Complete the Sardinia Passenger Locator Form here.
|Other need-to-knows||You’ll find the full FCO advice here.|
Here’s what you can expect while you’re out and about in Italy.
|Beaches||Open with limitations.|
|Restaurants||Open with limitations. Reservations are required and there are limits on numbers.|
|Sights||Open with limitations. You’ll need to book in advance and there are limits on numbers.|
|Supermarkets||Open. Face masks are mandatory.|
|Other facilities||Open with limitations.
Museums and archeological sites are permitted to open. You must pre-book online.
Here’s the key information on getting to Italy.
|Flights with TUI||Check in for your flight on the TUI or First Choice App or online. Check-in opens 24 hours before your flight, and closes three hours before departure. You’ll be asked to certify that you’re fit to travel.|
Here are your options for travelling within Italy.
|Car rental||Permitted, with restrictions in place for people from different households.|
|Public transport||Face masks are mandatory and public transport should only be used if absolutely necessary.|
|Hiking||Not yet known – we’re working on it.|
|Biking||Not yet known – we’re working on it.|
For more information, take a look at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advice on travelling to Italy.
Read the full FCO advice here