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We inform passengers that due to the necessary limitations to events that may cause gatherings, entertainment activities are suspended and children’s rooms are closed.

For details and updates on the limitations and provisions for travel in Italy and to/from Italy, please see the dedicated pages of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: http://www.viaggiaresicuri.it/  -https://infocovid.viaggiaresicuri.it/index.html

The questionnaire provides general information about the legislation in force in Italy regarding travel to/ from abroad.

In particular, we invite customers arriving from UE countries to consult the following portal to stay up to date on the provisions and requirements to enter Italy:

https://infocovid.viaggiaresicuri.it/dadoveparti.html

Until 31/01/22 all customers arriving in Italy from countries on list C (including: France, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland) must submit:

  • a negative molecular test carried out within 48 hours prior to arrival or a rapid covid test carried out within 24 hours prior to entry into Italy;
  • Green Pass certifying vaccination or recovery from Covid;
  • Passenger Locator Completed form: https://app.euplf.eu/#/;

Those who are not in possession of a Vaccination  Card attesting the complete o vaccination process or healing, in addition to have a covid test  and filling in the Passenger Locator Form, are obliged to undergo 5-day Trust Isolation.

Up-to-dated information about GNV routes:

Lines to and from Sicily

Movements between regions or autonomous provinces in yellow or white areas without self-certification are permitted.

In accordance with the Decree of 29 December 2021, from 10 January 2022 until the end of the state of emergency (31 March 2022), access to and use of all means of transport, including ferries, is permitted exclusively to holders of a Reinforced GREEN PASS. It is mandatory for kids from 12 years old. For kids under 12 no vaccination card is required, therefore it is not necessary to have a covid test (pcr or rapid).

People who clinically cannot undergo vaccination, until 31/01/2022 must be in possession of a certification of exemption from vaccination and a negative covid PCR test or rapid covid test (Green Pass Base).

From 25 December 2021 until 31 March 2022, it will also be compulsory to wear an Ffp2 type face mask on all long-distance transport, including ferries. 

The Green Pass with QR Code can be presented in paper or digital format.

For more information:

www.dgc.gov.it/web/faq.html
www.governo.it/it/articolo/domande-frequenti-sulle-misure-adottate-dal-governo/15638#zone

Lines to/from Sardinia 

Departures for these lines are available from May to September 2022.

Lines to/from Morocco

Lines to/from Morocco  (Italy & France)
Following the suspension of all travel to and from Morocco until 31/01/2022, by order of the Moroccan government authorities, we inform you that all departures are canceled. To change the ticket without replacement fee and to be able to use it for trips up to 30/09/22 or, alternatively, for a refund, you can contact us at +39 0102094599. 
Linee da/per Marocco  (Spain)
Trips to/from Spain-Morocco are suspended until 31/01/2022 inclusive. 
For reprocessing, cancellations and replacements: contact +39 0102094599 

Lines to and from Tunisia

Requireements for the lines FROM ITALY TO TUNISIA  

From 01/12/2021:

All travellers entering Tunisia have to show the full vaccination Certificate and a PCR test with negative result done within max. 48 hours prior to the embarkation. Certificates in arabic language won't be accepted.

A ten-day compulsory quarantine / self-isolation in special quarantine hotels (Hotels' list) at their own expense is obligatory for all those who have not been vaccinated or not fully vaccinated. It is mandatory to provide the hotel reservation and proof of payment (voucher) before departure.

Exceptions made to the rule of self-isolation:

  • However all vaccinated travellers have to show the certificate of the full vaccination;
  • travellers arriving in Tunisia within the scope of  organized  trips authorized by the Tunisian Government;

Travellers under 18 are exempt from the full vaccination requirement, but  they have to show a PCR test with negative result done within 48 hours prior to the embarkation (with the exclusion of  children under 6 years).

All travellers (vaccinated and unvaccinated) must complete the request form https://app.e7mi.tn/language

Incoming passengers will be subject to a Covid-19 rapid test upon arrival in Tunisia: if positive they will be taken to quarantine centres.

A list of laboratories performing the RT-PCR test in Tunisia is available on the https://rdvtestcovid.tn/ portal through which you can book an appointment.

For suspected cases of positivity at Covid-19, there will be medical isolation and transfer to dedicated hospitals. 

To note:

For passengers not of Tunisian nationality, one of the following documents must be presented at embarkation, together with the return ticket (by GNV or other sea/air carrier):

  • hotel booking confirmed
  • verification of the lease contract
  • Verification of home ownership deed

The hotel reservation and/or the rental agreement is intended for the entire period of stay in Tunisia (until the date of return)

For more information:

http://www.viaggiaresicuri.it/country/TUN

Requirements lines FROM TUNISIA TO ITALY 

The swab test (molecular or antigenic) with a negative result obtained within the 72 hours prior to entry into Italy is mandatory for all passengers arriving in Italy. Minors under 6 are exempt.

On arrival self-isolation and health surveillance will be obligatory for 10 days plus a further test when isolation is over.   

On entering, you must:

  • According to Authorities' provisions it is mandatory to fill in the following digital form https://app.euplf.eu/#/ , print the form obtained and submit it in duplicate at check-in. More info: https://info.gnv.it/doc/
  • present, to the carrier when boarding, and to anyone appointed to perform controls of the certification that:
  1. you have undergone a molecular or antigenic test in the seventy-two hours prior to entering the country, performed with a swab and with a negative result; 
  2. self-isolate at the address indicated in the Passenger Locator Form for a period of ten days;
  3. undergo a molecular or antigenic swab test at the end of the self-isolation period

The following are included amongst the categories that are not obliged to self-isolate (as long as no Covid-19 symptoms arise):

  • entries for work purposes regulated by special security protocols, approved by the competent health authority;
  • entry for reasons that cannot be postponed, subject to specific authorisation from the Ministry of Health and with the obligation to present to the carrier at the time of boarding and to whoever is delegated to carry out the controls, the certificate certifying you have undergone, in the 48 hours preceding entry into the national territory, a swab that proved negative;
  • citizens and residents of a European Union member State and further states indicated in the lists A, B, C and D of annex 20 entering Italy for proven work reasons, unless in the fourteen days prior to entering Italy they have stayed or transited in one or more States and territories in list C;
  • health personnel entering Italy to exercise health professional qualifications, including the temporary exercise referred to in Article 13 of Decree-Law No  18 of 17th March 2020 , converted, with amendments by Law no.27 of 24 April 2020;
  • the personnel of companies and bodies with their registered or secondary offices in Italy for journeys abroad due to proven work requirements lasting no more than 120 hours;
  • officials and agents, however named, of the European Union or of international organisations, diplomatic agents, administrative and technical staff of diplomatic missions, consular officials and employees, military personnel, including those returning from international missions, and police personnel and of the Information System for the security of the Republic and of the Fire Brigade when exercising their duties;
  • pupils and students attending a study course in a country other than their country of residence, domicile, or abode, to which they return daily or at least once a week;
  • entries by means of "Covid-tested" flights, in accordance with the Order of the Minister of Health of 23rd November 2020, as amended;
  • entries for national sports events in compliance with article 49, paragraph 5

For further information:

https://ambtunisi.esteri.it/ambasciata_tunisi/it/ambasciata/news/dall_ambasciata/2020/02/aggiornamenti-sul-coronavirus-covid.html 

Lines to and from Albania

Bari - Durrës requirements:

Starting therefore from 26 October 2021 and until 15 December 2021, travel from Italy to Albania are allowed only if one of the following reasons or conditions apply:

  • work demands;
  • imperative urgency;
  • health-related needs;
  • study needs;
  • return to the traveller’s domicile, home or residence or to those of a person, also not cohabiting, with whom they are in a proven and stable emotional relationship.

Citizens who enter the Republic of Albania from all border crossing points must meet one of the following three conditions:

  • Have a vaccination passport which proves that the vaccination cycle was completed at least two weeks before the date of entry in Albania.
  • Produce a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours or a rapid antigen test performed within 48 hours from entry in Albania.
  • Possess proof of recovery certifying recovery from the SARS-COV 2 infection issued no longer than six months from the date of entry in Albania.

These rules are also valid for citizens who transit through Albania.

These conditions do not apply to children younger than 6.

Albanian citizens who enter Albania and do not possess one of the documents under points 1, 2 and 3 above must submit to a 10-day quarantine and to a swab test at the end of said isolation period.

All other provisions issued previously remain in force.

For more information, please refer to the website: https://punetejashtme.gov.alhttp://www.viaggiaresicuri.it/country/ALB

 

Durres - Bari requirements

Starting therefore from 26 October 2021 and until 15 December 2021, entry in Italy of people who transited through or stayed in Albania (or in another of the States in list “E”) in the fourteen days preceding entry in Italy is allowed only if one of the following reasons or conditions apply:

  1. work demands;
  2. imperative urgency;
  3. health-related needs;
  4. study needs;
  5. return of the traveller to their domicile, home or residence;
  6. entry in the national territory of citizens of EU Member States, States that have signed the Schengen agreement, Andorra, the Principality of Monaco, the Republic of San Marino, the Vatican City State and of their family members (spouse/partner, children younger than 21 or dependent children, dependent parents)
  7. entry in the national territory of citizens of third States who are long-term residents pursuant to directive 2003/109/EC of the Council, of 25 November 2003, concerning the status of third-country nationals who are long-term residents, and of citizens of third Countries who derive the right of residence from other EU provisions or from the national regulatory framework and their family members;
  8. entry in the national territory to reach the domicile, home or residence of a person whose case falls under letters f) and g), even if not cohabiting, with whom they are in a proven and stable emotional relationship;
  9. participation of athletes, sports technicians, judges and officials, foreign press representatives and support staff for professional sports competitions, recognised as being of major national interest by decree of the Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI) and of the Italian Paralympic Committee (CIP) and governed by a specific safety protocol adopted by the sports body that organises the event.

WHAT DOCUMENTS TO PRODUCE:

  • Passenger Locator Form in digital format on the traveller’s mobile device or in a hard copy printout;
  • certification that the traveller has undergone a molecular or antigen test in the seventy-two hours prior to entering the national territory, performed with a swab and with a negative result; On arrival, the traveller must self-isolate at the address indicated in the Passenger Locator Form for a period of ten days;

At the end of the 10-day self-isolation, the traveller must undergo a molecular or antigen swab test.

EXEMPTION FROM THE MOLECULAR OR ANTIGEN TEST AND FROM SELF-ISOLATION, so-called “QUARANTINE”: https://ambtirana.esteri.it/ambasciata_tirana/it/ambasciata/news/dall_ambasciata/2021/10/viaggi-in-italia-di-cittadini-italiani_0.html

Lines to and from Balearic Isalnd 

For more information https://www.ibsalut.es/es/viajar-a-baleares/

Travel requirements for Genoa Barcelona line

All the passengers (excluding children under 6 years of age) must present one of the following documents at check-in:

  • certificate of complete vaccination against COVID-19.  Vaccination certificates issued by the competent authorities of the country of origin from the 14th day after the date of of the last dose of the vaccine (or the first dose, if there was a vaccine of a single dose ) will be considered valid. The vaccines allowed are those authorised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO);
  • certificate attesting to having undergone a negative test at COVID-19 carried out within 48 hours prior to entering the national territory. The tests allowed are those of a molecular and antigenic nature (rapid tests) recognised by the European Union.
  • Certificate of healing from COVID-19, issued at least 11 days after the first positive test and valid for 180 days from the date of sample extraction. The document must include at least the following data: name and surname of the person concerned, date of the positive and negative diagnostic test, type of test carried out, country that issued the certificate.

All passengers must complete the health form on the https://www.spth.gob.es/ website or on the corresponding app before departure.

Completing the form generates a personalised QR code that the traveller must present to the carrier prior to embarkation, and in health checks at the point of entry into Spain.

Travel requirements for Barcelona-Genoa line

Until 31/01/22 all customers arriving in Italy from countries on list C (including: France, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland) must show at check-in counters:

  • a negative molecular test carried out within 48 hours prior to arrival or a rapid covid test carried out within 24 hours prior to entry into Italy;
  • Green Pass certifying vaccination or recovery from Covid;
  • Passenger Locator Completed form: https://app.euplf.eu/#/;

Those who are not in possession of a Vaccination  Card attesting the complete o vaccination process or healing, in addition to have a covid test  and filling in the Passenger Locator Form, are obliged to undergo 5-day Trust Isolation.

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