Italy eases COVID-19 restrictions in lower-risk zones and welcomes tourists. As of February 2022, Italy is welcoming tourists and requires only a proof of vaccination (in this case, a negative test result is not longer required). Consult the official website of the European Union about the current situation. Before travelling to Italy, travellers are requested to complete a EU Digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF). Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about travelling to Italy. I am happy to give advice.
I take extra hygiene precautions to guarantee you a Corona-safe stay. Therefore, the rooms with shared bathroom are only bookable when you reserve more rooms at once for a group who can safely stay together without distancing. Other reservations are restricted to the room with private use of the bathroom, or the entire apartment. Disinfectant hand gel is available and frequently touched surfaces are disinfected with chlorine. Face masks should be worn in shared areas, such as courtyard and entrance. When distancing is needed, one meter between people of different nuclei should be maintained. If the Italian government it requires, you need to show a proof of vaccination and/or a negative test result. I apologise for the inconvenience.
When your stay would have to be cancelled, due to the Corona-measurements taken by the governments, my cancellation policy will be flexible.