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What You Should Know Before Traveling to Spain During Covid-19


If you are thinking about going to Spain while the COVID-19 pandemic is still going on, here are some things you should know and be ready for.

The Basics

Spain has been hit hard by Covid-19, with a significant number of cases and deaths. The Omicron coronavirus strain produced a spike in cases in Spain in early 2022, but cases have subsequently declined. Spain is now open for business and has lifted its final entrance restrictions, as shown below.

What’s Available

Spain is one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations for good reason, with pleasant weather, a laid-back culture, and fantastic food and wine.

There are also some of Europe’s top beach resorts, mountains, and cultural towns, like Madrid, Seville, and Barcelona.

Who Can Go

Travelers arriving in Spain by air or sea from the EU or Schengen nations are no longer restricted by Covid-19. Travelers arriving from other parts of the world are no longer subject to any Covid-19 entry restrictions as of October 21.

Previously, passengers from outside the EU and Schengen zone had to show either proof of full vaccination, a negative test (PCR or fast antigen), or a certificate of recovery.

What Limitations Exist?

The admission restrictions imposed by Spain because of the Covid-19 virus have been lifted.

What is the Status of Covid?

As of October 21, 2022, Spain had had over 13.4 million Covid infections and over 114,600 deaths.

Over 88.3% of the population had gotten at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccination as of October 21.

What Can Guests Anticipate?

Face masks are no longer required in most public places, although they are required on all public transportation. Details can be found here.

Latest Coverage

We put the Spanish route from Barcelona to Montserrat on our list of the most romantic train rides in Europe, and we included Belchite in our list of interesting ghost towns from around the world.

Olivia cheese from Spain was named the best cheese in the world at the 2021 World Cheese Awards, and Regencos on the Costa Brava made our list of the most beautiful towns in Europe.

You can also find out more about how to hike along Spain’s “Coast of Death” here. And Cordoba has more UNESCO World Heritage Sites than any other city in the country if you’re interested in culture. In Figueres, you can also go to Dali’s strange, self-made museum.

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