Italy is preparing to welcome tourists back for a sun-filled summer, and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has indicated that from mid-May EU and non-EU residents will be able to visit without the need to quarantine, provided that they can prove immunity, vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test result. The European Union is currently preparing similar measures as a Digital Green Certificate, ensuring the safety of travellers of all ages throughout the member states.
The Mediterranean, and Italy in particular, has long been a favourite summer destination for holidaymakers the world over: Stunning architecture conceals artistic treasures within, and verdant countryside such as the Tuscan region yields flavoursome ingredients straight from the farm to the table. Few destinations can match
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