Information Coronavirus

Corona protection measures in public transport have been lifted as of 1 April 2022. Travel is possible without a mask and without a Covid certificate. Of course, travellers are free to continue wearing a mask on public transport.

Entering Italy

A Green Pass is required for entry into Italy, including public transport (3G rule). This is issued after a negative molecular or antigen test and for vaccinated or recovered persons. Entry is thus permitted for fully vaccinated persons, recovered persons after completion of the isolation obligation or tested persons. The molecular test (PCR) must be carried out within 72 hours before entry into Italy and the rapid antigenic test within 48 hours before entry into Italy. 

A Green Pass is no longer required to visit bars and restaurants, hotels, personal services and shops. However, FFP2 masks must still be worn on all local and long-distance public transport (including the Bernina Express Bus) until 15 June 2022. 

The Bernina Express will stop in Campocologno for embarkation and disembarkation until further notice. This allows visitors to admire the Brusio Circular Viaduct – one of the highlights of the network – without leaving Switzerland.

The applicable provisions may change at any time. We therefore recommend that you use this link for Italy and this for Switzerland to find out more about the regulations shortly before your trip.


Clean & Safe

Dense forests, crystal-clear lakes and fresh mountain air: as a travel destination, Switzerland offers not only pristine nature but also safety and a good health system. The country’s tourism service providers are also taking special measures to protect their guests, ensuring they enjoy their stay in Switzerland.