The priority of the Port of Civitavecchia is the health and safety of cruise passengers and crew. The following measures apply for arrivals in Italy in the coming months, including departures and arrivals in Mediterranean ports such as the Port of Civitavecchia and in Northern Europe in the summer of 2021.
Authorities are continuously evaluating developments in response to COVID-19 and will adapt health and safety measures to give the best possible guarantees.
Are you entering the Italian territory? You must fill in the appropriate digital form (dPLF)
The first thing to know is that before entering Italy, from any country of origin and for any travel reason (tourism, work, etc.), it is necessary to fill in all its parts the European digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF).
If you are a traveler from EU countries, or from the Schengen Area, and from the following countries: Israel, Canada, Japan, the United States, you can enter Italy without quarantine, if you meet the following conditions:
1. You must complete the Passenger Locator Form before entering Italy
2. You must present a COVID-19 green certification upon arrival, which must be issued by the Health Authority of your country of origin, which certifies:
- to have received full COVID-19 vaccination for at least 14 days
- or, recovery from COVID-19 and the cessation of medical isolation
- or, negativity to a rapid molecular or antigenic test performed in the 48 hours prior to entering Italy
Green certifications must be written in Italian, English, French or Spanish, and can be submitted in digital or paper format.
3. You must communicate your arrival to the Prevention Department of the Local Health Authority (Lazio Region toll-free number: 800 118 800).
COVID-19 Green Certificate – EU digital COVID certificate
For technical assistance call the Call Center on (+39) 800 91 24 91 (open every day from 8am to 8pm)
Travelers from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
As of today, if you have stayed in the United Kingdom, in the 14 days prior to entering Italy, you will need to present a certification of negativity to a molecular, or antigenic test, carried out within 48 hours before entering Italy and undergo isolation trustee and health surveillance for 5 days.
At the end of the isolation period, you will need to undergo a new molecular or antigen test (there are some exceptions that you can find here).
Travelers who are prohibited from entering and passing through Italy
As of today, if you have stayed or transited in Brazil in the previous fourteen days or if you have stayed in the previous fourteen days in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.