Routes from Italy to Spain
- Civitavecchia – Barcelona
- Porto Torres – Barcelona
Regular residents of the European Union, Schengen Associated States, Andorra, Monaco, The Vatican (Holy See) or San Marino may travel to Spain, with a documentary proof.
You can consult the rest of the categories in the Order Order INT / 657/2020, of July 17 (https://www.boe.es/boe/dias/2020/07/18/pdfs/BOE-A-2020-8099. pdf) and in the update of the same, the order INT/913/2020, of September 29th (https://www.boe.es/boe/dias/2020/09/30/pdfs/BOE-A-2020-11421.pdf).
This order is valid until 31/10/2020.
All passengers must compulsorily fill out a public health form that must be presented upon arrival in Spain. It can be downloaded at this link
In any case, given the changing regulatory situation, passengers are strongly recommended to consult current legal regulations at all times in order to verify that they duly comply with the legal and administrative requirements for entry into Spain and that they are not subject to restrictions of entry into national territory, and whose non-compliance is their sole responsibility, given that the competent administrative authorities may deny entry if they do not meet the criteria required by the Government of Spain.
The line is suspended up to 15th September 2020.
Routes from Spain to Italy
- Barcelona-Porto Torres
According to the Ordinance of 12th August 2020 of the Ministry of Health, whose measures are extended until 7 October by the Prime Minister’s Decree of 7 September, travel to Italy will have the following restrictions.
- For the purpose of containing the spread of the COVID-19 virus, to people who intend to enter the national territory and who in the previous fourteen days have stayed or passed through Croatia, Greece, Malta or Spain, without prejudice to the provisions of the President’s decree of the Council of Ministers of 7 August 2020, the following alternative preventive measures apply:
- Obligation to present to the carrier upon boarding and to anyone appointed to carry out checks the proof of having done, in the 72 hours prior to entry into the national territory, a molecular or antigen test, carried out by means of a swab and negative result;
- Obligation to do a molecular or antigen test, to be carried out by means of a swab, upon arrival at the airport, port or border place, where possible, or within 48 hours of entering the national territory at the local health company of reference; while waiting to do the test at the local health company of reference, people are subjected to fiduciary isolation at their home or residence;
- The persons referred to in paragraph 1, even if asymptomatic, are obliged to immediately communicate their entry into the national territory to the Prevention Department of the competent local health authority;
- In the event of COVID-19 symptoms, the obligation remains for anyone to report this situation promptly to the Health Authority through the specially dedicated telephone numbers and to undergo, pending the consequent determinations of the Health Authority, to isolation.
Passengers returning to Italy from Spain, to Savona, Civitavecchia or Porto Torres, must complete a ministerial self-declaration form to be delivered to the Carrier upon boarding.
In addition, passengers who disembark in Porto Torres, who are not already in possession of certification stating that in the 72 hours prior to entering the national territory they have made a molecular or antigen test, by means of a swab with negative results, they must do a nasopharyngeal swab once they land in Sardinia. While waiting for the result of the swab, these passengers will have to remain in fiduciary isolation at the structure where they were going to.
In addition to the aforementioned ministerial self-certification form, passengers disembarking in Porto Torres will also have to fill in a Regional ATS form on board to be delivered upon disembarkation.
Since the ordinances are continuously updated, it will be the responsibility of each passenger to check before each trip – both outward and return – any further restrictions provided by the Region to which they belong.
There is an exception for the people who in the previous 14 days have stayed / transited in Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Kosovo, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic and Serbia, to which entry is prohibited.
It is possible to enter, but with the obligation of health surveillance and fiduciary isolation for 14 days, to residents in Romania and Bulgaria, as well as in Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Rwanda, Thailand , Tunisia, Uruguay.