Safe holidays in South Tyrol
Safe holidays in South Tyrol

Safe holidays in South Tyrol

Prior to leaving for your holiday in South Tyrol, please make sure you have made the following preparations. Doing so will allow you to enter and exit EU and Schengen countries without hassle.

✔ EU Digital COVID Certificate (Green Pass), which indicates that you are recovered, vaccinated or tested. This also applies to children ages 6 and up.
✔ Online registration via the European Digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF). In the event of a check, a confirmation email on a smartphone is sufficient proof.

Detailed entry regulations
Information
Source: IDM South Tyrol
Safety measures at the ski resorts

Certain safety measures will be in force at the ski resorts to ensure that ski holidaymakers can enjoy a carefree stay:

  • Guests with a valid Super Green Pass (EU Digital COVID Certificate) are permitted to use cable cars and lifts. Children under 12 are exempt.
  • A FFP2 mask is required in closed lifts
  • Please keep a safe distance of 1 metre to others
  • We recommend that you buy your ski pass online
  • Ventilation and disinfection of the lift facilities
  • The same safety regulations apply in the ski huts as in the bars and restaurants
Green Pass or Super Green Pass?

The Green Pass, also known as the EU Digital COVID Certificate, is your ticket to a carefree holiday in South Tyrol. This pass is required in the following situations (children under 12 years of age are not affected by these rules):

  • for cross-border travel using long-distance trains, buses and planes
  • while inside bars and restaurants
  • whenaccessing indoor swimming pools, thermal spas, fitness rooms and wellness facilities (including those at your accommodation)
  • for accessing South Tyrol's Christmas markets
  • for skiing when using cable cars or lifts
Detailed information about the Green Pass
Playing it safe on holiday

Please follow these familiar rules:

  • Frequently washing and disinfecting your hands is an excellent protective measure!
  • Keep a safe distance to others in both open and closed spaces.
  • A mask that covers the nose and mouth must be worn immediately upon entering a close room. The specific type of mask required is posted out front of all establishments.

When do I have to wear a face covering?

  • In enclosed spaces, everyone aged six years or older must wear a surgical mask at all times. There is also a mandate to wear a face covering outdoors if you cannot maintain a safe distance of 1 metre to others at all times (e.g., during events, in town centres, on squares, at markets, in queues etc).
  • FFP2 masks must be worn on public transport.
  • An FFP2 mask must also be worn at all performances or events open to the public, regardless of whether they are held indoors or outdoors. This includes theatres, concert halls, cinemas, entertainment venues with live music and other similar establishments, as well as at sporting events and competitions. (In all the above cases, the consumption of food and drink indoors is prohibited).
Safety Precautions at the Schenna Tourist Office

We have implemented the following hygienic safety measures to protect your health and well-being:

  • At the entrance, hand-disinfection dispensers have been installed
  • Our offices are protected by the Durst UVC-R 24-hour 'Habitat' system
  • All our employees wear a face mask covering mouth and nose
  • We regularly disinfect all contact surfaces
  • A hand-cleaning kit is available for our visitors and clients
  • Plexiglas protective screens have been installed at our counters
Further information

Further information

Here you will find all the answers to the most important questions regarding the coronavirus in South Tyrol.

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