Travelling to Spain safe and sound
Thanks to the progression of the vaccination campaign and lowering case numbers here in Spain, the entry restrictions for those travelling to the country have been lessened. For the most part no quarantine is required to enter Spain.
A PCR dated 3 days before the arrival will be requested in some cases.
The UK and Japan have just been added to the whitelist of countries able to travel to Spain without restrictions and health requirements.
Starting on June the 7th the borders will be open for vaccinated travellers from any country, including the USA.
COVID-19 cases and deaths in Spain are at their lowest rates in 9 months.
Thanks to rapidly declining numbers of cases of COVID-19 and the increasingly successful vaccine rollout, the Spanish government has eased restrictions considerably:
Night-time curfew and national travel restrictions have been lifted.
Restaurants, bars and cafes are all open from 6am to 12 midnight.
Increased opening of cultural venues such as Bilbao’s amazing museums, art galleries, sports facilities, theatres, cinemas, and shopping centres has begun.
This is certainly good news for us all. We are feeling a sense of normality and optimism returning to normal life.
In this sense it is not surprising that as a consequence, Spain is seeing a more significant rise in the arrival of international students than other study abroad destinations.
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