Many are asking this these days, especially after the reopening of the regional borders from 3 June . While the regions are discussing the hypothesis of limitations to travel or measures to encourage tourism, the Italians go to the computer, reopen old guides and look at each other undecided.
Given the social distancing measures to be respected that make beaches and paths almost limited. We must think about safety and deal with the fear of new outbreaks that can block us for months away from home as already happened to many when the lockdown began. It has to be reckoned with the fact that the mask will be our favorite holiday companion this year.
It will be necessary to evaluate the virus protection policies adopted in the various countries and the restrictions on tourists adopted. He did discuss Greece ‘s choice not to open its borders to Italian tourists (followed by a backtrack). The Viaggiare Sicuri website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs provides all the updated information on the situation at the borders and on the measures against the virus adopted in the various states.
Short trips and in nature
35 out of 100 Italians will make short trips , with two or three overnight stays at most, staying close to home. 37 percent of respondents want to “immerse themselves in nature” or “stay outdoors” and 33% (plus 11 percentage points compared to April) will think above all of “resting”.
49% of those who will vacation will go to the sea. The preferences for the mountains are increasing , probably perceived as an open and therefore safer space, chosen by 23% against 18% in May 2019. 17% will choose a city of art. Only 15% of respondents will visit museums, monuments and exhibitions, compared to 37% last year. Afraid of enclosed spaces?
Travel bloggers tips
We asked Giorgia Fanari, travel blogger on La Valigia di Gio , for some advice on “strategic” places in Italy to spend these holidays. Fanari is one of the participants in the “Travel Blogger for Italy” initiative , the project with which 180 Italian travel bloggers raised funds for Emergency for the Covid-19 emergency and created the guide “Destination Italy. 270+ ideas for a trip along the boot ”to promote the relaunch of tourism in the country.