TRAVELS FROM ITALY TO TUNISIA
- Civitavecchia – Tunis
- Salerno – Tunis
- Palermo – Tunis
Since the relevant legislation is subject to frequent updates by the Competent Authorities, we remind you that it is the responsibility of travelers to inquire about the necessary requirements for entry into the country of destination in force on the date of departure therefore the information reported therein do not guarantee entry into the country, which is left to the assessment of the border control officers, both in Italy and in the country of destination, but provides a general indication of the provisions of current legislation.
It should also be noted that upon arrival in the country of destination the local Competent Authorities reserve the right to discretely check and evaluate all the documentation to authorize entry and therefore the carrier cannot be held responsible for any refusals to authorize the entry even if not motivated.
At the following link https://infocovid.viaggiaresicuri.it/dadoveparti.html a questionnaire is available for those who are leaving for abroad or must return to Italy, based on the Italian legislation currently in force. The questionnaire is purely informative, has no legal value and the result obtained does not guarantee entry into Italy or the country of destination. In case of doubts, for the return to Italy it is recommended to contact the Border Police, the Prefecture or the competent Health Authority for the area. For travel from Italy to abroad, it is recommended that you consult the Country Sheet of interest on www.viaggiaresicuri.it and also contact the Embassy or Consulate of the country of interest in Italy.
Starting from February 26th, 2022, all travellers entering Tunisia must meet the following requirements:
1a) Passengers from 18 years of age who have completed the vaccination cycle: complete vaccination certificate or a vaccination passport certifying the completion of the vaccination cycle (carried out at least 28 days before boarding, in the case of “Janssen” vaccine; at least 7 days for other vaccines).
1b) Passengers aged 18 and over who have NOT completed the vaccination cycle: negative certificate COVID-19 of RT – PCR test (nasopharyngeal swab), carried out in the 48 hours prior to boarding OR of antigen test (TDR-Ag) carried out within 24 hours prior to boarding, a self-isolation period of 5 days, (in case of symptoms, 7 days).
2) Passengers under the age of 18: exemption from the obligation to present a complete vaccination certificate or a vaccination passport certifying the completion of the vaccination cycle. Minors are also exempted from carrying out RT – PCR tests (nasopharyngeal swab) in the 48 hours prior to boarding and from carrying out antigen tests (TDR-Ag) in the 24 hours prior to boarding.
Rapid Covid-19 tests and PCR tests can be carried out on a random basis upon arrival in Tunisia: travellers who test positive will have to observe a self-isolation period of 5 days (in case of symptoms, 7 days).
Unaccompanied or accompanied by fully vaccinated persons under the age of 18 are exempt from mandatory quarantine.
NOTE: For the purposes of border police control, all the passengers bound for Tunisia, who do not have a residence in the country, must already be in possession of the return ticket. Libyan passengers in transit from Tunisia are exempt.
TRAVELS FROM TUNISIA TO ITALY
- Tunis – Civitavecchia
- Tunis – Salerno
- Tunis – Palermo
DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR ENTRY / RETURN TO ITALY
From June, 1st 2022, entry into Italy is allowed without showing the Green Certification (GREEN PASS) to the Carrier.