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Italy situation

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@Alastair Pink, useful update thanks.

I think the main Sella Ronda circuit and connected offshoots come under the Veneto province. That’s currently in the least restricted ‘yellow’ zones.

Some of the further west, wider Dolomiti ski areas, might come under Bolzano province, which, as you said, is in the most restricted ‘red’ zones.

I stand to be corrected and certainly you’re right that the recent trend and overall situation in Italy does not look at all good.
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@DaveD, Very much my preferred destination too but ready to change to plan B, which will probably have morphed through plans C, D and E by mid Jan. I suspect Italy are heading for another full lockdown.
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Corvara and that area are in Alto Adige ( South Tyrol) and Cortina is in Belluno ....The restrictions seem to be the same as for Trentino

esaw1.. me too but I am in contact with my friendly hotelier in Campitello and will wait until the day before until I book a ferry ....
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@PeakyB, A good part of the Sella Ronda (plus bits like "hidden valley") is in Südtirol, so is in a "red" zone. The Val di Fassa area (Canazei etc) is in Trentino and Arraba & Cortina is in the Veneto which are both currently "yellow" but for how long difficult to say. The Veneto was markedly more effective at dealing with all this than some other Italian areas earlier in the year and opened up earlier than many other areas. Updated list of areas and restrictions https://www.thelocal.it/20201104/at-a-glance-what-are-italys-coronavirus-rules-right-now
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@munich_irish, thanks for more accurate information and useful link.
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-55372491
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