From the state of health to the travel pass: the rules of travel in times of Covid - Altraeta

From the state of health to the travel pass: the rules of travel in times of Covid – Altraeta

Book a voyageor even a simple ticket, in this period it is not easy: this is why the first advice, if you are looking forward to a nice holiday, is to contact a travel agency.

In a travel agency you will first of all find an experienced and competent professional who, on a daily basis, plans, selects and personally tests all the tourist services that will be offered to you. He will save you time and remove all doubts about your next departure with i new travel protocols.

You will feel safe, because it will be ready to listen to you and assist you 24 hours a day both for what concerns the preparation for your departure, both during the journey and on your return.

At the moment, following specific rules, the world is reopening: thanks to the “tourist corridors” and to the Travel Pass, many destinations have reopened their borders, ready to welcome tourists: for example, Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles, Sharm el Sheik, Marsa Alam, Aruba, Santo Domingo, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and the United States have already welcomed many tourists in the last Christmas holidays .

Maldives

Travel requirements and documents

Il Travel Pass it is a document that is issued only by accredited tour operators with the purchase of a holiday package. Comprehends:

  • Round trip flight
  • Hotel booking for the entire holiday period
  • Insurance policy to cover any medical expenses

The document will facilitate your journey and speed up the various checks.

Then there is all the part necessarily linked to health, which requires certain checks in all countries: almost everywhere the antigenic or molecular buffer 72, 48 or 24 hours before departure from Italy and often even before returning.

What to do when you test positive before leaving

It could happen to test positive before departure: having to give up the trip, they get started insurance stipulated at the time of booking, which will guarantee you either the refund or the change of the departure date.

If, on the other hand, you test positive for the swab before returning, you will have to spend a period of quarantine until complete recovery, according to the provisions of the host country. Also in this case the insurance will provide for reimburse you for expenses incurred based on the ceilings you have chosen.

From this initial information it is clear that one cannot move without precise information e organization, even for a short weekend: hotels, means of transport, museums, restaurants, if booked in time will guarantee you to make the most of your vacation days, avoiding stress and long queues.

The most popular destinations

Despite the many rules to follow, fortunately the desire to travel is not lacking. That desire to escape, even if for a short time, from everyday stress, perhaps to rest on some beautiful golden beach away from everything and everyone. Not surprisingly, the most popular destinations in this period are the Maldives, Polynesia, Seychelles, Fiji, Mexico.

Many then want to look beyond and think about summer holidays, for which a wider range of destinations opens up, thanks to the better climate, in our Mediterranean: in a few hours of flight or with ferries from the major Italian ports, you can reach wonderful seas like those overlooked by Greek islands or the coasts of the Spain. Or why not, ours too Italia.

Zakynthos, Greece

There are already many advantageous offers launched by the best tour operators: for example, free cancellation and no advance payment within certain terms. The trend of traveling is changing: fewer last minute holidays, book quickly at the last minute, also tempted by good prices, and more “advance booking” offers.

The important thing is to never lose the desire to leave.

Content in collaboration with Cristina Rebellato – Rebellato TravelCorso Torino 49, Genoa.

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