Dear Milano Lovers,
Milano is open to all visitors who have a green pass proving they have either tested negative for Covid or have been vaccinated. Visitors who have had a EU-approved Covid-19 vaccine or have tested negative 48 hours prior to travelling will be allowed entry into Italy without restrictions. The green pass is valid for all EU and Schengen residents, as well as British and Israeli citizens. Tourist travel to Italy is allowed from the United States, Canada, UAE and Japan, with designated "Covid-tested flights" arriving into Milano Malpensa airport. For all details, please check the relevant Ministry of Health page. There is good news on the immunization front: morbidity and mortality have drastically dropped in the Peninsula, as 45% of Italians received at least one vaccine dose.
Milano's bars, cafés and restaurants are now open for lunch and dinner, for outdoor and indoor customers. Also Museums, theaters and cinemas have all reopened. And starting June 15, the night curfew will be finally lifted and there will be no restrictions on eating outside. Trade fairs, congresses, conventions, amusement parks, gyms, bingos, casinos and pools will resume their activities after the long forced pause. All of Milano's parks are luscious and beautiful in the warm season, and the Milanese are flocking to them. Residents, visitors and tourists will have to keep wearing a protective mask in public spaces and especially public transportation, however.
Curfew is now at midnight and should be eliminated in the next few weeks. The idea is to dispose of it altogether by July, given t
The message is that Milano is open again and wants you back.
We invite you, your family, friends and colleagues to the Italian city that hosts medieval and Renaissance treasures, but has a distinct modern vibe and a cosmopolitan attitude. The food, style and shopping of Milano have never been in better display and the major urban projects that are transforming the city are continuing unabated. Milano has used the time of reflection afforded by the pandemic to reinvent itself in a green way, with a decisive push toward electric mobility and especially bicycle mobility for a more sustainable way of living the city. It has espoused the vision of the 15-minute city to redesign its ethnically and socially diverse neighborhoods, especially those in need of promotion and innovation. Soon a new subway line will be taking passengers from the Linate airport straight into the heart of the city.
We wish to welcome you back to Milano. The vibe is back. Be part of it.