Visitors To These Three Italian Regions Need To Register in Advance
A few months ago, a summer Italian vacation was completely off the table. Now, it’s all changed. The country opened its borders to European tourism earlier this month and may do so for international tourism later this summer — but it’s not without restrictions. For most destinations within Italy, you can travel freely and don’t have to fill out any paperwork, but some of the country’s most popular tourist spots are asking people to register in advance to help track and trace any potentially COVID-19 infected visitors.