Current information
Current information

Current information

As of 26 April 2021, South Tyrol will become a yellow zone.

Movements between yellow and white regions and provinces in Italy are now possible. Green Pass holders can also move freely between red and orange zones. The Green Pass certifies that the holder has a negative Corona test no more than 48 hours old, a completed vaccination cycle, or recovery from a Covid-19 infection.

It will once again finally be possible to enjoy the region’s vast Alpine pastures, lonely peaks, hidden places of power, unique food and fresh air.

With targeted steps, we’re moving towards carefree everyday life once again!

The indicated regulations are valid until 31 July 2021 exclusively in the Autonomous Province of Bolzano, South Tyrol.
Source: IDM South Tyrol
Safety Precautions at the Schenna Tourist Office

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

  • Everyone entering our offices will have their temperature checked immediately
  • At the entrance, hand-disinfection dispensers have been installed
  • Our offices are now protected by the Durst UVC-R 24-hour 'Habitat' system to ward off infectious airborne viruses and germs
  • All our employees wear FFP2 protective masks
  • Please note: Wearing of FFP2 protective mask for guests and customers currently required
  • 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
Can we spend our holidays in South Tyrol?
  • Borders are open.
  • From 16 May 2021, visitors from EU countries, Schengen states and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (list C countries) will be able to enter South Tyrol without having to quarantine. Find out more about travelling to South Tyrol.
  • Accommodations are open provided that the following safety measuresare respected. For more details, please contact your respective accommodation provider.
What is public life like for now?
  • You can move freely within the entire province without a self-declaration between 5 am and 10 pm.
  • All outdoor activities are allowed in compliance with the general rules of conduct between 5 pm and 10 pm: minimum distance to others of two metres for sports, and a mask that covers the nose and mouth. This restriction does not apply to members of the same household.
  • The retail shop is open from Monday to Saturday during normal opening hours. On Sundays and public holidays, only chemists, drug stores, tobacconists, newsagents and grocery stores are open.
  • Wearing an FFP2 mask while shopping is mandatory for people aged 12 and over.
  • Bars and restaurants can stay open until 10 pm. Access to outdoor common areas is unrestricted. Interior rooms are accessible by reservation and with a CoronaPass.
  • Public transport and cable cars will operate at 50% transport capacity. Wearing an FFP2 mask while on board is mandatory for people aged 12 and over.
  • With a CoronaPass and at an occupancy of 50%, theatres, cinemas and concerts can be visited by reservation.
  • Museums can be visited with a CoronaPass and at an occupancy of 50%.
  • Outdoor pools and outdoor swimming centres open 15 May 2021.
  • Fitness centres and indoor pools open 1 June 2021.
  • Trade fairs, conferences and congresses will be held again from 1 July 2021.
  • Events in public spaces are currently still suspended.
What safety measures are in place?
  • The following rules apply throughout South Tyrol as they do all over the world: wash and sanitise your hands regularly, keep a safe distance between yourself and others who are not members of your household, always wear a face mask covering your mouth and nose wherever this is required. This also applies outdoors if you cannot maintain a safe distance of 1 metre between yourself and others.
  • Wearing an FFP2 mask is mandatory for people aged 12 and over in public transport, when shopping, and while receiving up-close services, for example at hairdressers or in beauty salons.
  • A CoronaPass is required for activities in public indoor areas such as restaurants, theatres or museums.
  • Crowds should be avoided.
Further information

Further information

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

Please review the full list of safety measures to protect yourself and others.

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