The Foreign Office is no longer advising against holidays to Italy, which is on the amber travel list.
It said it had withdrawn its advice against non-essential travel to the country based on the current assessment of COVID-19 risks.
Removing the non-essential travel ban will make it easier for holidaymakers to get travel insurance.
But Italy still requires UK holidaymakers to self-isolate for five days and all those over the age of five must take an antigen or PCR test before coming out of quarantine.
The five-day mandatory self-isolation has recently been extended until 30 August.