Livigno is ready to welcome you for your summer holidays. Here are the main Questions & Answers to travel informed and enjoy a serene holiday.
What security measures are taken in Livigno? In Livigno we scrupulously follow the directives defined by the Council of Ministers and the Lombardy Region, which can be summarized in these points:
> MASK: It is always mandatory to wear a mask, or any other garment to protect the nose and mouth, when you are outside your home/hotel. The mask is mandatory for children from six years of age. For those who perform intense sport activity, the use of a mask or other individual protection during intense physical activity is not mandatory. The use of individual protections at the end of physical activity and the obligation to maintain social distance remains mandatory.
> INTERPERSONAL DISTANCE In public and closed places, a distance of at least one meter between people must be maintained and the mask must always be worn. Assemblies must be avoided. To facilitate the maintenance of distances, the various structures are equipped with signs and informative materials.
> HAND HYGIENE AND/OR GLOVES: It is recommended to wash your hands frequently and to carry a hand disinfectant with you, and to use the disinfectants and/or disposable gloves provided at the entrance and exit of the shops, hotels and restaurants.
> TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT: in all shops, accommodation and restaurants there is an obligation to measure the temperature of the employees. At the entrance of the restaurants, the temperature will also be measured to the customers.
Can I reach Livigno? Yes, from 18 May 2020, as defined by the decree of the Council of Ministers, it is possible to travel to Livigno for those coming from Lombardy region. While those living in other Italian regions, or those living abroad, will have to wait till June 3rd 2020 to be able to visit Livigno.
Can I book an accommodation in Livigno? Yes, it is possible to make a reservation. Several hotels, apartments and campsites are already open since May 18th, others will open in the coming weeks. Find the perfect accommodation for your holiday by consulting our booking area www.livigno.eu, and book without commissions.
Are shops, restaurants and mtb rentals open? Since 18th May 2020, all shops, restaurants, mtb rentals capable of guaranteeing the necessary safety measures can open to the public.
To date, several shops, restaurants, rentals have already opened to the public and in the coming weeks other structures will open: Click here to see the restaurants open Click here to see the open shops
What can I do in Livigno during this time? There are many activities you can practice in Livigno, in large spaces surrounded by unspoiled nature. Walks and trekking of various levels, mountain bike excursions, a ride on the 17km long cycle and pedestrian track with a delicious break at the Livigno dairy. And then a run on the athletics track or Beach Tennis at Aquagranda Active You, or high altitude training from 1816 to 3000 meters a.s.l. Or what about a Duty Free Shopping in the shops of the town, a golf game, or a walk along the special "Art Trail" Click here if you are looking for inspiration on your next activity!
Is it possible to cancel my trip? In the event of cancelling a trip, the general cancellation conditions of the respective hotels or apartments will be applied. For detailed information, please contact the booked accommodation and, if necessary, your insurance if you have a cancellation policy.
What roads are open to reach Livigno? > Foscagno Pass: At the moment you can reach Livigno passing by the Foscagno Pass, therefore remaining within the Lombardy region. > Passo del Gallo / Tunnel: The Passo del Gallo / Tunnel Munt La Schera is open, but there are restrictions on Swiss territory, the passage is therefore allowed only for trips made for professional, health or other mandatory reasons. Travellers must have self-certification. Attention! Starting from June 1st, the Munt La Schera tunnel will be closed EVERY DAY, from 20:00 until 05:00, until further notice. For more information click here > Passo Forcola: Passo Forcola is currently closed, Switzerland has not yet announced an opening date.
Are there any restrictions? Throughout the Lombardy region, you can move freely without self-certification; for the time being, it is only possible to move beyond the borders of the region for urgent work and health reasons. From 3rd June it will be possible to move between Italian regions without self-certification.
Special rules are currently in force for entering and leaving the country. Entry into Italy is allowed only for travel made for professional, health or other mandatory needs. Travellers should be equipped with self-certification.
Germany and Switzerland control each car at their respective borders. People travelling from Italy to Austria must present a medical certificate attesting to the negativity to COVID-19 no older than four days. Non-stop transit through Austria is permitted. From June 3, it will be possible to enter Italy from the European Union/Schengen area without quarantine.
Before travelling to Italy, we invite you to check the decree or laws released by your own Country.
In the Piccolo Tibet, everything is ready to celebrate in style: starting from Thursday, February 20th, Livigno awaits all ages with games, floats and many events that will make the Carnival 2020 unique and unforgettable!