Italy and Spain have both just extended their entry requirements rules for another 30 days, until at least April 30, 2022.
This means that despite COVID-related restrictions being lifted in most of Europe over the past few months, Italy and Spain are two EU nations that are not easing entry requirements for international travelers—for now, at least.
The entry restrictions for Italy include a required COVID-19 vaccination certificate, an official certificate of recovery, or a negative test result. This applies to travelers from all nations. And every person six years and older must also wear a protective mask on the flight to and from Italy. Travelers to Italy will also have to fill out the EU Digital Passenger Locator Form prior to travel.
In Spain, officials also extended entry restrictions for travelers another month, until at least April 30, 2022. This means only travelers who’ve been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or who carry an official recovery certificate from the previous six months (180 days) can visit Spain for “non-essential” purposes during the month of April without a negative test.
All visitors to Spain will have to fill out an official online passenger form for travel.