BRITS has begun to return to Spain as travel restrictions are eased in the UK, although some are still in place abroad.
Here’s everything you need to know about a vacation to the popular destination.
Can I go on vacation to Spain right now?
Spain is welcoming British tourists, so a holiday could go ahead.
However, there are some rules that apply to anyone arriving from the UK.
All visits Must be fully vaccinated, show evidence of both stabbings at least 14 days prior to entry.
Britons must also fill out a Spanish Health Control Form before traveling and present a QR code upon arrival.
Anyone between the ages of 12 and 15 is not fully vaccinated and can require an NHS Covid card to travel.
If you have recovered from Covid in the last six months, you cannot use proof of recovery to enter Spain.
If traveling to the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands, you may also need a negative Covid test.
The islands have their own limitations, with Tenerife goes to Level 4 . alert last week – here’s everything you need to know about the islands.
What are the rules for returning to the UK from Spain?
The UK has lifted most of their travel restrictions, as well as removed the controversial red list requiring mandatory quarantine.
Brits are currently returning home no need to check before coming previous shot.
Travelers only need to fill out a Passenger Locator Form and take an internal flow test within two days of returning to the UK.
Are there cheap flight tickets to Spain?
Airlines and tour operators are giving Spain great bargains right now.
Return tickets from London to Barcelona have dropped to £32, compared with an average of £135 in July 2019, according to walkie talkie.
And all-inclusive vacations can be found for very little is £249pp with Thomas Cook.
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