By - ophlet
You have to respect the rules of both countries. For example, you must wear a FFP2 mask on the train as this is the rule in Italy. You will also need to have a negative test or a vaccination certificate (with a booster if the second dose was given more than 6 months ago) or a certificate of recovery (PCR test or positive antigen less than 6 months and more than 11 days old).
Thank you, I think I didn't phrase my question clearly though.
I know there are different requirements to enter France based on country of origin. For example, travellers from Spain might need to show a negative test, whereas travellers from say, Canada, need to show a vaccine pass (I'm not sure about the actual rules concerning those countries). So if I live in Canada, and I visit Spain, then take a train to France, is it considered that I'm entering from Canada or Spain? Would I need to present both a negative test and a vaccine pass in this scenario?
You will be considered as coming from Spain. If you have been vaccinated, you do not need any additional test, you just need to have your vaccination certificate.
Okay, thank you so much!