Find here the current situation according to the new measures to contain the spread of COVID-19.
The Region of Tuscany is in yellow zone: it is mandatory to respect the recommended social distance of at least 1 meter (3 feet) from one another and always wear facemasks indoor and outdoor.
For information about the required conditions to enter Italy from abroad please check this link.
A European green pass - or equivalent certification for those coming from non-EU countries - (proving you are vaccinated, recovered from coronavirus or tested negative for a covid test) is currently required to stay in accommodation facilities and to take public transports (with an additional request to wear FFP2 face masks). From January 10, for both accommodation and transportation, people have to show a Super Green Pass (only people proving to be vaccinated or recovered from coronavirus).
Admission to museums and cultural places is currently possible presenting a simple green pass, but from January 10 only visitors showing a Super Green Pass will be admitted, as well as for theatres, cinemas, concert halls, sport events both indoor and outdoor, where people are also required to wear FFP2 face masks.
A Super green pass is also required to enter restaurants and bars (indoor, also to drink at the counter); there is no need of certification outdoor at the moment, but from January 10 customers will have to show their Super green pass.
Until January 31 discos and dance halls remain closed and outdoor events, parties and concerts are forbidden.
From January 20, people without Super Green Pass will be not allowed into hair-dresser and beauty salons, and from February 1st, admission will be also forbidden in non-essential shops (food stores and pharmacies excluded).
For further information about the new restrictions, please check this link!
For travelers and citizens who need to undergo an antigenic test, the service is available at Florence Airport and Pisa Airport from 8am to 7pm (€ 35,00), at Croce Rossa in Borgo San Frediano, 12, Monday to Friday 7.30am-5pm, Saturday 7.30am-1pm (€ 15,00) and at private medical centers and pharmacies in the city.
Avoid gatherings. It is still valid the regulation regarding some areas of the historic center (squares of: Santo Spirito, Repubblica, Strozzi, S. Ambrogio, Santa Croce, Santissima Annunziata, San Lorenzo): during the evenings between Thursday and Saturday it is forbidden to gather (standing, sitting down), except for customers of restaurants/bars, sitting at their tables. More details on this page (in Italian).