The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office - https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/italy now advise against all but essential travel to Italy, due to an ongoing outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19)
Travelling to Italy
If your holiday to Italy departs between 16 May - 30 June 2020 a decision as to whether these trips will operate will be made on the 23 March 2020 in accordance with the best advice offered by the FCO at this point in time.
As the situation is fluid, plans for those travelling after the 01 July 2020 and the remainder of 2020 have yet to be put in place. A further update for those travelling after 01 July 2020 will be given on 23 March 2020.
If your holiday to Italy is cancelled the following options will be available to you:
• defer your holiday to Italy to a later date
• switch your holiday to another destination
• get a full refund
If you are booked to travel to Italy with us and have any questions relating to the above, please contact our offices and speak to a team member.
Additional information can be found on the FCO website [https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/italy
A reliable source of information about international travel and the Coronavirus is the World Health Organization (WHO): WHO novel coronaviruses advise
Our team in Italy
All of our team, tour guides and their families in Italy are safe and well. They are all hoping that the situation is resolved shortly so they can get back to work as soon as possible. They are further concerned about the affects this will have on tourism and the best way that we can support them is by not blanket cancelling tours for the entire year