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Based on the link (quoted below) supplied by @mlc, Italy does not require a visa to enter for a UK Travel Document (Blue or Red) holder. Therefore you can fly to Italy, where you will enter the Schengen Area and then take an internal Schengen flight to Germany. UK Travel Document - Consolato Generale d'Italia Londra. Holders of 1951 Geneva Refugee ...


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Italy and Germany are both in the Schengen Zone: Italy has no authority to require visa for certain nationalities, while for COVID-19 pandemics there can be provisions for additional screening or or flight ban from origin (which is not your case, as the flight is scheduled). Once you cross the Italian border you are crossing the general Schengen border, so ...


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Update: That <9 months requirements is only relevant to accessing certain activities, such as restaurants / entertainment venues / .. But access to Italy and trains does NOT require <9 months validity.


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I paid for the Fit for Flight tests and got the certificates for the way to Italy and my return to the UK. But Ryanair didn't once check these on the way out because they were in a rush and on the way back they just wanted proof of a negative test, which I showed them the fit for flight certificate. The border force for both Italy and the UK have all your ...


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Having completed the trip, I can now offer my personal experience: For the USA->Italy trip, I had my vaccine card and no test. For the Italy->USA trip, our host suggested that try the Venice train station. We went to the train station, but the line was so long that the workers there advised us that they would probably run out of tests for the day ...


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All the previous answers seem legitimate, except the question itself is rather curious to me: however I will still attempt to clarify your doubts. No jail, no 1000 euros, no court, no SIS, no ECHR (which was made to protect those who owe tens of thousands, not for a 30 euro bus fine), no prison. If you really can't find peace, then give a call to ATAF ...


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Normally when you get fined for fare evasion the fine is an administrative one. So they will send you a bill to your home address, and if you do not pay, a reminder. If you do not do that they may, or may not, decide to take this to court. Some countries take this more seriously than others. (In Switzerland for example they will not just drop this). If you ...


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