Important information about Covid-19

Our daily lives have changed, it’s true. But we all still long to travel and for a change of scenery. Having implemented our own independent security measures, we in South Tyrol are striving to offer a safe holiday experience. We’ve created more personal space for everyone, so that you’ll feel even more comfortable on your next stay. As carefree as possible. As safe as necessary!

Personal Space:

You’ll find enough space within our vast natural landscape to take a deep breath and enjoy your newly gained freedom. Recharge your batteries inside the shelter of our tranquil valleys, expansive high-alpine pastures and rugged forests. Our lodging facilities also guarantee the space you need. Reception is available anytime and may be contacted directly from the room.

Carefree Dining:

For families and those sharing the same room, wearing a mask at the table is not required. Maintenance of safe distancing at meals is guaranteed, though. Our service staff is equipped with the appropriate safety equipment. Before going to the breakfast and salad buffet, please disinfect your hands and wear a protective mask.

Flexibility – Down to the Smallest Detail:

You keep your room key with you for the entire stay. Contactless payment is recommended.

Green Pass:

The Green Pass, or EU COVID certificate, is your ticket for a holiday in South Tyrol. The certificate is required in the following situations (children under 12 years of age are not affected by these rules):for cross-border travel by long-distance train, coach and plane

  • for staying inside bars and restaurants
  • for access to indoor swimming pools, thermal baths, fitness rooms and wellness facilities (also in those of your accommodation)
  • for access to the South Tyrolean Christmas markets
  • for skiing when using the ski lifts

This winter in Southtyrol:

The Green Pass, or EU COVID certificate, is your ticket for a holiday in South Tyrol. The certificate is required in the following situations (children under 12 years of age are not affected by these rules):

  • for cross-border travel by long-distance train, coach and plane
  • for staying inside bars and restaurants
  • for access to indoor swimming pools, thermal baths, fitness rooms and wellness facilities (also in those of your accommodation)
  • for access to the South Tyrolean Christmas markets
  • for skiing when using the ski lifts

New entry regulations:

Entry to Italy is possible from all EU or Schengen countries (LIST C countries) with the EU digital COVID certificate (so-called EU Green Pass). The following regulations apply:

For vaccinated and recovered persons:

  • Proof of a complete Corona vaccination with a vaccine recognised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), which must not be older than 9 months, or proof of having been vaccinated in the last 6 months by a Covid-19 vaccine.
    months from a Covid 19 infection.
  • Test obligation: Proof of a negative PCR test, which must not be older than 48 hours, or a negative antigen test, which must not be older than 24 hours.
  • Obligation to register: The digital entry form (Digital Passenger Locator Form - dPLF) must be completed prior to entry.
For unvaccinated persons:
  • Test obligation: Proof of a negative PCR test, which must not be older than 48 hours, or a negative antigen test, which must not be older than 24 hours.
  • Obligation to register: The Digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF) must be completed prior to entry. It is currently being examined whether in this case a notification to the medical service is also required.
  • Isolation requirement: To undergo isolation for a period of 5 days.
  • Further Covid-19 test: To undergo a further smear test (molecular or antigen test) at the end of the 5-day quarantine period.

For minors:

  • Minors up to 17 years of age (not completed 18 years) travelling with a parent who is exempt from isolation on the basis of a vaccination certificate or convalescence certificate are also exempt from isolation.
  • Children over 6 years of age must in any case present proof of a negative PCR test, which must not be older than 48 hours, or a negative antigen test, which must not be older than 24 hours, for entry.
  • Children under 6 years of age are exempt from the testing requirement.

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