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Arabba

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity.
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Super Green Pass from the 10th January to the 31st March.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia di Arabba e Livinallongo S.N.C. Via Pieve, 78 Tel: 043679346

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Bardonecchia

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity.
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Super Green Pass from the 10th January to the 31st March.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia Communale Borgovecchia, Piazza Don Vachet 1 0122 999172 or – Farmacia di Nicola via Medeil 59 0122 999131

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams telephone Representative service, visit in an emergency.


Cervinia

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity.
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Super Green Pass from the 10th January to the 31st March.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Via Guido Rey, 34, 11028 Cervinia AO

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Champoluc

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity.
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Super Green Pass from the 10th January to the 31st March.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia San Rocco, Place Ramey, Snc, 11020 Ayas AO

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be a Representative based in resort.


Cortina

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity. You will need to activate daily your ski pass
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Super Green Pass from the 10th January to the 31st March.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia Internazionale SRL Corso Italia 151 Tel: 0436 2223 and Farmacia San Giorgio SRL Corso Italia 25 Tel: 0436 2609

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams telephone Representative service, visit in an emergency.


Corvara & Colfosco

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity. You will need to activate daily your ski pass
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Super Green Pass from the 10th January to the 31st March.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Apoteca Corvara, Via Col Alt 92 TEL: 0474501240 Need to register with an app online apofarmbz.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Courmayeur

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity.
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Super Green Pass from the 10th January to the 31st March.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia MonteBianco Tel. 0165 842047 Via Circonvallazione, 69, 11013 Courmayeur AO

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams telephone Representative service, visit in an emergency.


Gressoney

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity.
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Super Green Pass from the 10th January to the 31st March.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia Monte Rosa Piazza Luigi Beck Peccoz, 5, 11025 Gressoney-Saint-Jean 0125 355144

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams telephone Representative service, visit in an emergency.


Livigno

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity.
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Super Green Pass from the 10th January to the 31st March.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Aquagranda, Via Rasia QUICK ANTIGENIC TEST c/o

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Ortisei

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity. You will need to activate daily your ski pass
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Green Pass.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia Sella, Via Rezia 73/B Ortisei 0471 796125

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative available on the phone based in Selva.


Plan de Corones

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity. You will need to activate daily your ski pass
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Green Pass.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia Karbacher Str. Plan de Corones, 22, 39030 S. Vigilio BZ 0474 501240

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative available on the phone based in Corvara.


San Cassiano

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity. You will need to activate daily your ski pass
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Green Pass.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Apoteca Corvara, Via Col Alt 92 TEL: 0474501240 Need to register with an app online apofarmbz.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative available on the phone based in Corvara.


Sauze d’Oulx

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity.
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Green Pass.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia Tintelli Via Monfol, 15, 10050 Sauza d’Oulx TO Tel: 0122850203

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Selva

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity. You will need to activate daily your ski pass
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Green Pass.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia Dolomiti Via Meisules 246, Selva Tel: 0471 795142 Open Mon – Sun 08.30 12.30 15.00 – 18.00

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Sestriere & Borgata

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity.
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Green Pass.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia Jayme, Piazza Agnelli 1/B 01119459026

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Val di Fassa

Proof of COVID status

For fully vaccinated adults and children 12 and over, you will be required to show a copy of your NHS Covid Travel Pass (Super green pass) in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass is required. A Super Green Pass is only valid for people who are double vaccinated or for those with proof of full recovery in the last 6 months (as long as it is verifiable by a digital QR code). From the 1st February the NHS travel Covid pass must have a validity of 180 days from the last vaccination. for those fully vaccinat with a booster or fully vaccinated with recovery the Super green pass is currently unlimited.
You can obtain a copy of the NHS Covid Travel Pass via the NHS App or through the NHS website. A Basic Italian Green Pass is valid for 48 hours after a negative antigen test or for 72 hours after a PCR test and can be obtained from most local pharmacies in resort. For your Basic Green Pass to be valid, you will need to test multiple times throughout your holiday. A Super Green Pass can be obtained with proof of a complete vaccination series or recovery from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. For th super green pass to be unlimited full vaccination and a booster is required or full vaccination and recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

From the 11th Feb children over 6 will need to wear a mask indoors. Unvaccinated minors (11 years and younger) may enter Italy with a fully vaccinated adult and do not require a green pass. From the 10th January to the 31st March, a Super Green Pass will be required for entry to hotels, indoor events, restaurants, bars, public transport and lifts. Children aged 12 and over including minors 12 -17 will not be able to obtain a Super Green Pass on the basis of a negative test they will need their NHS travel pass with verifiable QR code. Children under 12 are exempt from showing a super Green Pass.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes, for anyone over the age of 6. FFP2 masks must be worn on airplanes, public transport and ski lifts.
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? From the 11/2 only if social distancing is not possible
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes, you must wear an FFP2 mask.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? The only restriction is on gondolas which will operate at 80% capacity. You will need to activate daily your ski pass
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase a lift pass you will need to show your Italian Green Pass.

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status to attend apres/events/festivals in resort and you will also be required to wear your medical grade (IRR) mask. Between the 6th December and 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). In some places, there may also be limits to capacity. From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You will need to show your proof of COVID status (super green pass). From the 6th December to the 31st March you will need to prove you are double vaccinated or recovered in the last 6 months.
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? Proof of Covid status (super green pass) will need to be shown and in public spaces anyone over 6 will need to wear a mask.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Farmacia Ladina RomanoVia Dolomites, 77, 38032 Canazei TN Tel: 0462 601262 (walking distance or short bus ride)

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.