YOUR SAFE HOLIDAY IN CORTINA
Cortina d'Ampezzo is ready to welcome you safely, offering several unforgettable activities in its UNESCO World Heritage landscapes.
Below you can find some information to help you understand the current situation in Cortina and in Italy.
In Italy, it is mandatory to wear a face mask in indoor public places, to maintain the safe distance of at least one metre from other people and it is recommended to wash your hands frequently and/or use alcohol-based hand sanitizers.
A green pass is necessary in order to be allowed to access several activities and services, including indoor seated dining, events and sporting competitions, museums, swimming pools and wellness centres. The green pass attests to one of the following criteria: vaccination against Covid-19, a negative antigenic or molecular swab test taken within the last 48 hours or recovery from the infection. For further information, see here.
TRAVELLING TO CORTINA
Travel to Italy is possible from a number of countries: click here to see the list and what needs to be done to enter Italy safely. For more information on travel to and within Italy, please check this link.
OUR ACCOMMODATION OFFER
On our website you can find the accommodation options for your stay in Cortina, and you can book directly from our booking system, commission-free for both the guest and the accommodation.
WHAT TO DO IN CORTINA
Cortina d'Ampezzo is a hotspot for outdoor activities, combining sports with the exploration of the Dolomites. Make the most of summer 2021 enjoying Cortina's events, gastronomy and cultural offer.
LOCAL PUBLIC TRANSPORT
In order to promote a greener mobility and guarantee a better service, Cortina's public transport is free of charge for the whole summer season, until 12th September (see timetables).
While using public transport, it is mandatory to wear a face mask, to keep a safe distance of at least 1 metre and to frequently sanitize your hands.
There are several options in Cortina to carry out a covid test, upon reservation. In case of symptoms, please refer to the contacts in the box "FURTHER INFORMATION".
For more information visit the official website of the Ministry of Health.