It looks like a getaway to Italy could still be on the cards this autumn as the country begins to ease its travel restrictions.
Fully vaccinated UK travellers arriving in Italy will no longer have to quarantine if they can present a negative COVID test, the government announced this week.
As schools go back and summer comes to an end, a last minute break is looking more and more appealing.
With average temperatures of around 22 °C, fewer tourists and crowd-free attractions in September, Italy is the perfect destination for a safe late-summer holiday.
Here’s everything you need to know and some dates for the diary.
Five-day quarantine has been removed for double vaccinated
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