The Italian government has approved a decree allowing unrestricted travel to and from EU countries in the Schengen area, including Switzerland and Monaco, from 3 June, without quarantine, according to Italian media.

The decree, approved on 16 May, represents a major development in Italy’s efforts to relaunch its economy, particularly its devastating tourism, as the country eases one of the world’s most stringent coronavirus lockdowns.
The decree will also permit travel between Italy’s regions – which has so far been tightly restricted – from 3 June. However, until then, inter-regional travel is not permitted, unless it is for absolute necessity.
In another significant development, from 18 May it will be possible to travel freely within your region of residence without any need of self-declaration form.