There are different rules that apply to traveling to every country, so it’s important for British tourists to be aware of these details before departing.
These are the most recent travel guidelines for Spain, Portugal, Spain and Greece as of the August 30, update.
Which are the most recent travel regulations for Spain?
The UK has included Spain, its archipelagos (the Balearic Islands and Canary Islands) on their amber travel list.
These fully-vaccinated travelers who arrive in the UK after arriving from such countries will not be subject to self-isolation. However, they must have a coronavirus testing done within 72 hours of arriving in the UK.
Travellers who have been vaccinated must pre-book and make payment for the day 2 PCR test. Each individual should include the details of this test on their passenger locator forms before departing.
Non-vaccinated visitors must be self-isolated for a period of 10 days upon their return to the UK. The pre-departure testing must be completed and they will need to book and pay for the day two and eight tests that will be administered during quarantine.
For those who are planning to travel to Spain, the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office provides useful information.
According to the FCDO, all UK citizens who arrive in Spain must fill out a pre-travel declaration and provide proof of immunization.
If you have taken a negative coronavirus testing for entry, make sure it was done within 72 hours of your arrival to Spain.
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