Coronavirus: The situation at Lake Garda
You would like to go on holiday at Lake Garda, but you feel unsecure because of the reports concerning coronavirus? Here, you will get well-informed and find everything you should know about the current situation in the regions surrounding Lake Garda.
inceThe strict safety rules are more and more relaxed in Italy. Many thigns are again possible and this encourages the desire for travelling too. The accommodations at Lake Garda have done everything possible for ensuring you a regenerating and safe holiday. Now, they are looking forward to welcoming you back again.
Most facilities are open again - such as zoos, amusement parks, pool and beaches. Concerts and theatre performances can take place as well. A protection over mouth and nose is mandatory in most Italian regions only, if the general minimum distance of 1 meter can not bee hold between persons that do not live in the same home.
The borders between the regions in Italy are open. Since 16th June, most borders in the EU and Schengen Area are again open. For detailed regulations, please ask the competent authorities of your country. International transport links still have some restrictions. Before travelling, please get informed about timetables and notes.
Please note: The single regions and municipalities have the possibility to expand or restrict the openings based on epidemiologic investigations on their territories.
English information for tourists about the current situation in Italy is available on www.italia.it.
Further information is available here:
All the decrees by the Italian governments are available here (in Italian): www.governo.it
For further information, please visit the following website of the Italian civil defence: www.protezionecivile.gov.it (available in Italian and English).
Important phone numbers in Italy
If you are in Italy, you can call the hotline +39 1500 for further information or notifications. The province of Trentino has activated the free number 800 867 388, available from 8 am to 8 pm daily. The free number of Lombardy is 800 894 545, the one of Veneto 800 462 340.