Registration and entrance tickets:
_ Exhibitors, stand preparation personnel, buyers and press will be obliged to carry out online pre-registration and digital accreditation - it will not be possible to purchase your ticket upon arrival at the Fortezza and Stazione Leopolda.
Entry to Italy
Travelers from abroad can find all the updated information on entry and stay regulations in Italy on the Ministry of Health website.
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Among the latest measures introduced for people arriving in Italy, there is the compulsory Passenger Locator Form ( PLF) completion, effective from 24 May:
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FAQs - Green certifications questions and answers - Covid 19
Entry to the Fortezza da Basso and Stazione Leopolda:
_ entry to the fair will only be permitted by displaying at least one of the “Green pass” requirements:
_ compulsory mask wearing (FFP2 recommended)
_ automatic body temperature scanning
_ separate entrance and exit routes with appropriate signage
_ sanitizing gel dispenser
Inside the venue:
_ Personnel verified and certified within 48h from commencement of service
_ Placards and signage in Italian and English illustrating the prevention rules
_ Limited capacity in the pavilions with monitoring of areas to prevent gatherings
_ Personnel charged with monitoring and ensuring compliance with the prevention measures
Stands and communal areas:
_ extraordinary sanitization of the exhibition venue on the eve of the event
_ daily sanitization of the stands, corridors, communal areas in addition to all contact surfaces
_ separate waste management for the collection of special refuse and PPE
_ hand sanitizer gel dispensers positioned in various points around the fair complex
_ shuttle bus service with fully sanitized vehicles, body temperature scanners and running with 50% occupancy.
Red Cross rapid testing hub at Piazza Stazione S.M. Novella
Operators and visitors of the fairs with access to the exhibition venues for more than 48 hours (if they have an expired negative swab result, and do not have a vaccination certificate or a certificate of complete recovery), will be able to receive a rapid antigen test without any cost, age limit or medical prescription - in the tensile structure set up by the Red Cross in Florence's Piazza Stazione, next to the Palazzina Reale, every day from 8am to 6.30pm.
We will continue to keep you informed about all the #SafeWithPitti protocol measures:
your safety is our priority.