Current information
Current information

Current information

South Tyrol is a white zone.

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!
Information
Source: IDM South Tyrol
Can we spend our holidays in South Tyrol?
  • South Tyrol is a white zone.
  • Everything you need to know for travelling to South Tyrol from EU countries and Schengen states (list C countries) as well as for returning to your home country can be found here.
  • Accommodations are open and guarantee you a safe stay. For more details, please contact your respective accommodation provider.
What is public life like for now?
  • Within South Tyrol, you can move around freely at all times and without the need for self-declaration.
  • It is no mandatory to wear a surgical mask outdoors. You are nevertheless still required to carry a surgical mask with you and to wear it whenever there is a gathering of people.
  • All outdoor activities are allowed provided the following minimum distances to others are maintained: two metres when engaged in sports activities and one metre during other physical activities.
  • Retail shops are open all week. Wearing a surgical mask while shopping is mandatory for people aged 12 and over.
  • Bars and restaurants can stay open in line with their normal hours of operation. A Green Pass is required to access any closed indoor venues.
  • Public transport and cable cars operate at 80% capacity. Wearing a surgical mask while on board is mandatory for people aged 12 and over. An FFP2 mask is still recommended. Means of transport that are open to the elements can be used at 100% capacity.
  • Visiting theatres, cinemas, and concert halls is possible for holders of a Green Pass who have booked in advance.
  • Access to museums will be granted upon presentation of a Green Pass .
  • Outdoor swimming pools and aquatic centres are open and may be accessed without a Green Pass . A Green Pass is required to use any communal indoor showers and changing rooms.
  • Indoor fitness centres, sports halls, spas, and public swimming pools are open and may be visited by holders of a Green Pass .
  • Theme parks and amusement parks may be accessed by holders of a Green Pass .
  • Outdoor events, including folk and village festivals, may be visited by holders of a Green Pass.
  • Access to trade shows, conventions, and congresses will be granted upon presentation of a Green Pass .
What do you need a Green Pass for in South Tyrol?
  • To consume food and beverages in indoor areas of bars and restaurants, seated at a table
  • To access indoor swimming pools, fitness centres, changing rooms, and showers, team sport, spa areas located indoors, also in lodging establishments
  • To access public indoor swimming pools, thermal spas, sports halls, and public spa areas
  • To spend the night in communal dormitories in alpine huts, mountains inns, and youth hostels
  • For public events, such as folk and village festivals or sporting events
  • To visit a theatre, concert, or cinema
  • To access museums, cultural sites, and exhibitions
  • To access trade shows, conferences, and congresses
  • To access theme parks and amusement parks
  • To access indoors areas in cultural and community centres
  • To cross-border travel using long-distance trains, buses and planes.
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 in closed rooms. Outdoors, face masks must only be worn if the minimum distance of 1 meter cannot be maintained and where gatherings of people occur.
  • Wearing a surgical mask is mandatory for people aged 6 and over in public transport and inside shops. While receiving up-close services, for example at hairdressers or in beauty salons, wearing an FFP2 mask is mandatory.
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.

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

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