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Skiing in Italy

Introduction

Italy is often not the country that comes to mind when you think about a winter destination, yet this country has so many fantastic opportunities. You can choose to stay in Ortisei, San Cristina or Selva. We also offer the ski resort of Val di Fassa with the charming villages of Canazei and Campitello. Something that is consistent throughout all Italian resorts is the hospitality! Val Gardena and Val di Fassa are part of the Dolomiti Superski area, which consists of 1220km of slopes. The famous Sella Rond is in Dolomiti Superski ski area. It is a circular ski route that will lead you around the impressive Sella massif.

Another area, Arabba Marmolada offers a wide range of possibilities. There are routes for advanced skiers as well as easier slopes for children and beginners.

The Italian Alps are a wonderful place to spend your winter holiday as there is usually lots of sun and high altitudes (making it more snow-sure)!

Travel information relating to the Coronavirus 

This information has been carefully compiled by Sunweb based on information provided by the local authorities. Since the measures mentioned are subject to constant change, no rights can be derived from this and Sunweb accepts no liability for any damage resulting from the use of this information.

Current Status: Negative travel advice until the 20 November 2020.

Regulations per destination 

Distance in public areas (in metres)
1 metre
2m distance in South-Tirol. A mask is mandatory both indoor & outdoors from the age of 6.
Maximum persons together outdoors
Yes
Groups are prohibited on the street, in parks and in front of bars / restaurants
Allowed to share a room with someone outside your household?
No
Public transport / taxi
Yes
A mask is mandatory. Regional authorities can set their own rules to combat crowds. This includes restrictions on the maximum number of people per mode of transport, etc. For children aged 3-6 years old a mask is mandatory when travelling on all forms of public transport in Turion region.
Transfer regulation
Available
A mask is mandatory
Supermarkets and pharmacies
Open
A mask is mandatory
Petrol stations
Open
A mask is mandatory indoors
Shops
Open
A mask is mandatory. Always keep 1 metre between staff and guests. Disposable gloves should be offered by the shop for customers looking to view and try on clothes.
Restaurants
Open
A mask is mandatory to wear when inside and not seated, you will have fixed seats. Closed at 6pm and a max of 4 people per table
Bars/ Apres-ski
Open
A mask is mandatory to wear when inside and not seated, you will have fixed seats. Closed at 6pm and a max of 4 people per table
Club/Nightlife
Closed
Curfew
Yes
Only in Livigno, Bormio, Val d’Aosta, South Tyrol: between 23:00-05:00
Not allowed to sell alcohol in certain hours
No
Events (indoor and outdoor)
Closed
Wellness
Partially Open
Swimming pools and Gym are closed
Skilifts
Closed
Ski lessons
No
A mask is mandatory
Ski rental
No
A mask is mandatory
Slopes
Closed
Quarantine
No
Mask
Yes
All over Italy, masks must be worn in in- and outdoor public spaces from the age of 6.
Covid-19 test before departure or wait in quarantine
Yes
A negative COVID PCR test is mandatory. The test must be taken within 72 hours of arrival. This is mandatory for all arrivals no matter the transportation type.
Covid-19 test upon arrival in destination
Yes
If you did not complete a test before arrival you will need to complete a test at a local GGD and wait in quarantine for the results.
Health declaration
No
It is mandatory for all passengers to fill in a passenger locator form 48 before arriving/returning to the UK. The form can be found here.
Other formailities needed to enter the country
Yes

Everyone must complete a PLF form upon arrival in Italy. The form can be found here.

Please always double check the GOV UK website before travelling.

Additional measures per ski region
No
Additional airline or transport rules
No

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