Puglia is Classified as a Covid White Zone – What Does that Mean?

Looking for the perfect place to enjoy peaceful Italian getaways this summer? If so, there’s no doubt that you would enjoy a trip to Puglia. Also known as Apulia, this stunning destination has everything you could ask for; from beautiful beaches, to tasty gelato. While all this is undoubtedly appealing, many travelers are concerned about Covid and the effect it could have on their trip.

The good news is that the situation is being handled well here, and the region is currently classified as a ‘White Zone’. But what exactly does this mean for your vacations in Puglia?

What is a White Zone?

Italy uses a simple color-coded system to indicate the risk level and Covid restrictions in place in particular areas. Puglia was one of the earlier destinations to be classified as a White Zone, and while other parts of the country have taken a little more time to improve, they’re all in a much safer position now.

Fortunately, as the danger has lessened, the risks and limitations have reduced – and now, there aren’t any red (highest), orange (medium), or yellow (moderate) zones left.

What this means is simple: Italy is generally a safe destination to travel to in 2021. This is great for pretty much anyone hoping to have relaxing Puglian tours, since you won’t have to worry too much about the Coronavirus during your stay. Of course, it is always best to be cautious, but there’s no need to stress yourself about safety as long as you’re careful.

What safety precautions are in place?

Better yet, the limitations really aren’t too drastic either. In fact, since the White Zone is the lowest threat level, the restrictions are minimal – allowing you to make the most of your vacation.

As you may expect, the current safety regulations include some of the most common ones, such as wearing a mask indoors, social distancing, or a capacity limit on public transportation and venues. A number of restrictions from other zones, such as curfew and the requirement to wear masks outdoors, won’t apply in these areas, which is another bonus for anyone who wants to enjoy the nightlife or other aspects of Puglia.

For the most part, you’ll find that even with the minor inconveniences, you’ll be able to enjoy your adventure tours in Puglia without fuss.

So, what can you do on your Puglian adventure?

Whether you’re hoping to get the chance to explore this breathtaking destination this summer or you’re still trying to find the ideal place to visit, you may be curious about what’s on offer. If you look into it, you’ll find that there are plenty of things that make this particular part of Italy an excellent choice; from the coastline, to the climate.

There’s also a lot that we’re certain you’ll love about this region regardless of when you come to stay. The culture, food, wine, and scenery are all simply just a few things that make the Puglian lifestyle and atmosphere so wonderful. Whether you want to make the most of the sunshine or even wait a few months and visit in the fall, all of these different aspects that make Puglia so incredible will be ready and waiting for you.

To get the most out of your time here, it’s well worth planning out your trip in advance. If you’d rather allow a team of experts take care of all of that for you (as well as much more), it might be worth taking a look at some of the tours of Puglia that are available from our team.

Looking for the best small group tours of Puglia?

Considered by many to be one of the best in the industry, our friendly yet professional staff here at Travel Puglia are confident that we can provide you with the perfect tours around Puglia.

Not sure if you want to? Why not get in touch with us to find out a little more about what we have to offer? We would be more than happy to give you all the information you need to make the right decision. Plus, with several different tours available, you’ll get to choose which one best suits your needs before you even set off.

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