Excited to get back out there and explore? We bet you are.
With travel restrictions easing, we’re here to keep you in the loop with the changes as they come. From local rules to booking attractions, we’ve got the latest information you’ll need to plan your sightseeing with Go City.
Ready to hit Rome? Here’s what you need to know.
Keep up-to-date with local regulations in Rome
All travelers to Italy must take a COVID-19 test 48 hours before arriving, even if fully-vaccinated or recently recovered.
You'll also need a green pass in order to visit to all Rome attractions. A green pass is either proof of full vaccination plus the required time after vaccination, proof of a negative test less than 48 hours old, or proof of recovery from Covid-19. Attractions will accept both digital and physical proof, such as QR codes and vaccination certificates. You may also need to provide ID, so remember to have it handy!
For those traveling with little ones, the green pass rules do not apply for under 12s.
Visit Italy's government website for more information.
Some attractions on your pass will require a booking
Due to ongoing restrictions, some attractions on our pass will still require you to book a slot before you visit.
You'll find a full list of the attractions that require a reservation on our reservations page, plus all the information needed to book a slot (you'll also find this info on each attraction listing on our website and app!).