Only in the white area, but educational outings and educational trips they return in a school year that many teachers have announced as the most normal year possible. The school trip returns with the possibility of leaving the municipality or the region only if you go to another region that is in the white zone.
The school plan published in August contains a dedicated paragraph. «In the territories in the white zone it will be possible to carry out educational outings and educational trips, as long as you stay in areas of the same white color. The carrying out of these activities will be carried out taking care of the scrupulous respect of the rules and protocols governing the specific sectors (e.g. visits to museums, entrance to cinemas and theaters, use of means of transport, etc …), as well as the usual health services. “.
For i lads it would be a return to normality and a piece of school that many of them have not been able to know. For the tourism sector it would be a breath of fresh air outside the summer season, the school sector in particular saw 93% of trips canceled in 2020.
According to data from a research paper published by Bandusia and Didatour, in collaboration with La Fabbrica, made up of over 1500 teachers, 85% say that returning on a trip after this period of stop is of great importance for students. “Over 98% of teachers intend to organize an educational trip or an educational trip in the school year 21/22”, explained Valentina Marasco, Italy Bandusia sales account. Demand trends would return to pre-pandemic data. «You want to travel, even planning more than one night out and hypothesizing destinations abroad as well. The trip will take place in April, March and May 2022 but also as early as October 2021 ».
From laughter trends there are museums and cities of art, but also naturalistic experiences. The common idea is that of proximity tourism. For museums, the Green Pass is required, at least until 31 December, as for means of transport between multiple regions or abroad. There is currently no specific legislation on trips and on the need to be certified to participate.