The improvement of the epidemiological situation in Spain and the developing progress in the vaccination roll-out, both in Spain and in many countries around the world, make it possible to ease the measures for entry into Spain for tourist purposes.
The new regulations, described below, will come into force on June 7.
If you are travelling to Spain for tourism purposes from a country that does not belong to the European Union or the European Economic Area, what are the entry requirements
1. If you are travelling from a country or territory included in the list of countries with low incidence, excluded from the risk zone, you will be able to travel without the need for a diagnostic test or a certificate of vaccination or immunity. At the moment the countries included in this list are:
4. New Zealand
7. South Korea
9. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
10. China and the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity)
2. If you are travelling from a country or territory that is not included in the list of exempted countries, from June 7 tourists will be allowed to enter if they have a certificate of vaccination issued by the competent authorities of the country of origin from 14 days after the date of administration of the last dose of the complete vaccination schedule. The vaccines accepted shall be those authorised by the European Medicines Agency or those that have completed the World Health Organisation’s emergency use process. Currently, these vaccines are those produced by Pfizer-Biontech, Moderna, Astra-Zeneca, Jansen/Johnson&Johnson, Sinovac and Sinopharm.
The certificate of vaccination shall include at least the following information:
1. Name and surname of the holder
2. Date of vaccination, stating the date of the last dose administered
3. Type of vaccine administered
4. Number of doses administered/complete schedule
5. Issuing country
6. Identification of the institution issuing the certificate of vaccination – TradeArabia News Service