Covid-19 Update

The latest update from Monte Grappa

Coronavirus alert: the situation


Italian borders are still open, but there are different rules depending on in which country you have been the 14 days previous your arrival in Italy.

This is only a general update, so please verify this information from the official sources.

Until March 27th: no movement between all Italian Regions.

From 8th March: Veneto is  ORANGE AREA:
Movements are allowed only within your own municipality or within the municipality where you are staying⚠️ Movements to other municipalities are allowed only for work, for necessity situations, or for health reasons.
❌ Cafè and restaurants are closed. Delivery and take-away are allowed from bars and restaurants, respectively until 6 p.m. and 22 p.m.
✅ It is allowed, only for customers and without time limits, the consumption of food and drinks inside hotels and other accommodation facilities.
✅ Shops are open.
✅ Accommodations are available.
❌ Museums are closed.
✅ Curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

The flight activity is not suspended, but can it is allowed in yellow and orange area, within the limits set for the necessary movements in the orange area.

      ⚠️ The possibility of landing in a place different from that of departure is limited only to the yellow zones or in case of emergency.

      ⚠️ The flight activity remains under the personal responsibility of the individual pilot, complying with any other restrictive regional or local restrictions.

Until March 27th: no movement permitted between all Italian Regions.  


If you come from:

Vatican City and S.Marino: no restriction

UE countries and Schengen countries (except Austria): negative swab test required (on the 48h before entering) and compulsory self-declaration (download)

⚠️ please note: in absence of the negative swab test you must observe 14 days of quarantine once arrived in Italy

  • If your accommodation is in the Treviso Province (e.g. Borso del Grappa, Pieve del Grappa, Asolo...):
    You have also to fill this online form to communicate your arrival and to send a copy of the result of your negative swab test to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  • If your accommodation is in the Vicenza Province - Bassano Healthcare Area (e.g. Mussolente, Romano d'Ezzelino, Bassano...):
    You have to communicate your arrival to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. attaching the self declaration and the negative swab test result.

⚠️ AUSTRIA: swab test + 14 days quarantine + second swab test compulsory!

⚠️ UK: access allowed only for urgent reasons or to former residents (until 23 December 2020), negative swab test required 

Brazil: access denied

Australia, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Ruanda, Singapore, Thailand: 14 days quarantine compulsory (no restrictions on the reasons of the trip).

Not mentioned countries: access only for health/work/urgent reasons: 14 days quarantine compulsory. 


 *** Check the Official Italian Rules for entry our territory HERE

Please before coming also check the exit and return rules of your country.

European Re-Open Website to check international rules: click here

para Flight Area Open para

Our take-off and landing areas are OPEN.
Inside our areas (before and after flight) it is compulsory to respect the social distance of at least 2 meters, to wear a face mask and not to create gatherings.

Our Offices opening hours:

Info Point at Garden Relais Landing: open every day from 9am to 12pm (closed in case of bad weather)

Tourist Office at Piazza al Paradiso - Semonzo: open only by appointment

We are available by email or telephone to provide further information.

email: info(at) (general info) or flycard(at) (flycards, flight schools, lost&found...)

phone: +39 0423 910526 (only for emergencies)

Our partners: hotels, B&Bs, restaurants, shops, services are open and follow all the covid-19 prevention measures.


Useful information:

Behaviour Rules: they constantly change, we are trying our best to provide you accurate information

  • Outdoor (e.g. take-off and landing areas, paths, streets...): Mask is always compulsory. Exception: children under 6 years of age, people with disability, during sport activities, if you are alone, if you are with a cohabitant person.
  • Indoor (e.g. shops, restaurants, hotel halls...): It is compulsory to wear a face mask, clean hands with specific detergent before entering and to respect distance from other customers. 
  • Transport (e.g. shuttles, public transport...): Please, follow the drivers indication about where to seat; wear a face mask, clean hands or wear gloves if required.
  • Hotels: they are open and can provide meals to their guests. If they don't have a restaurant, meals can be delivered in the rooms from external restaurants.
  • Restaurants, cafès, ice-cream shops...: As we are in orange zone, they can only provide food and drinks through delivery or take-away service. It is forbidden to eat and drink outsides bars and restaurants.
  • Entartainment: Since October 24th swiming pools, gyms, cinemas and theatres are closed. Most of public events such as fairs and feasts are cancelled. Museums are now closed!
  • Curfew: From 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. it is compulsory to remain at home or at your accommodation.


Italian Government Official Coronavirus Web Page (in English). Click here.

FAQ (in English) Health Ministery: click here

Foreign Ministery: click here

Our town official website: Comune di Borso del Grappa (take-off and landing area are located mostly in Borso, not in Bassano del Grappa).

We remind to anyone to follow the WHO guidelines. Click here.