There really is no time like the present to travel to Italy.
At the time of writing, you can travel to Italy, without the need to quarantine on the return.
Of course, there are some sensible Covid restrictions in place. However, it is safe to travel to Italy. You should really ‘Book now to avoid disappointment’
Covid rules in Italy are black and white. Masks are worn when you are walking around. This includes inside museums, churches, around the public areas of your hotel and outside. If you are sitting down, then you do not need to wear a mask.
The UK Sales Manager for Kirker Holidays, Hisham Mahmoud, has just returned from Italy. He travelled with his colleague Mark Harwood. They visited Venice, Florence and Rome.
The one consistent observation is how quiet the cities are. This is really good news if you are not fond of crowds. Venice, for example, is practically empty. This beautiful city is normally heaving with cruise passengers. Therefore, no cruises means a walk around St Marks Square is just idyllic. The canals are cleaner. There are no queues for the museums. Now a visit to Venice is just a pleasurable experience.
The video was taken by Hisham Mahmoud.
Posted by Hisham Mahmoud on Monday, September 21, 2020
Off course, empty cities mean some great offers. Many hotels are offering deals such as:
- 3 nights for the price of two
- museum entrances
- complimentary room upgrades
- complimentary dinner
Restaurants are welcoming people with open arms. It is essential that you book a table. This ensures you get to eat where you want.
In conclusion, there really is no time like the present to travel to Italy. Italy is offering exceptional value for money without the crowds!
Last week, Rome Fiumicino Airport achieved the world’s first 5 star COVID safety rating. This was due to the level of hygiene, multi-lingual easy to read signs and it’s rules on mask wearing and social distancing.
Contact Eton Travel for further details.