Covid tests at Pisa airport

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Location: Liguria
Date added: 16 May 2021

Hi, I’m hoping to fly to Pisa to visit our house in Liguria in June. Trying to work through the minefield of tests required. I know we would need a negative test before departure to the UK and saw that the airport at Pisa are doing them for 20 euros (this is much cheaper than purchasing one in the UK). However, can you get them in English as this is a requirement of the British government?

Member comments

  1. I second Andy_471956’s comment above…I used Synlab for my return to the UK at the end of March and it worked fine. You get the results on the day of the test (around 9pm)

  2. I cannot be definitive but I would assume so. We did our tests in the morning (around 9 am) and as mentioned by someone else earlier, got the results that evening before nine. If you log onto their site there is a service that guarantees a result on the same day but it costs more, however we didn’t pay for that. Hope that helps.

    1. Thank you! How did you get around the requirement for a “fiscal code” as tourists that is something we don’t have but it says it is required.

  3. I have a ‘codice fiscale’ as I have a place in Italy…not sure how you get over the need for the tax code. Sorry but perhaps another reader can help

  4. Likewise I have a code fiscale with a place there it’s not so much getting there it’s getting back anyone have a answers for this it’s a minefied? Grrrrrr I have building work going on and need to go and not clear flight booked for Friday not sure if we can go.

  5. Traveling from Santorini, Greece, where I arrived from USA on May 30th, to Venice on June 8th on Volotea Airlines, with a USA passport. What restrictions can I expect at the airport in Venice? Will I be required to quarantine? I have been fully vaccinated and I will have a negative covid test within 48 hours of arriving and will have filled out a locator form. Can I expect a problem?
    Mark Capri

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