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Spain Tourism July

Spain Tourism July

Do you want to know where you can travel this summer? ✅ Read on and we will tell you everything you need to know about travel this summer.

Exactly as you Heard it, Spain opens its borders to tourism in July to attract international travelers and does so by ensuring the safety of its visitors. From July 1 it will be possible to travel abroad and receive foreigners in order to save the tourist season.

Although the government wants to promote national tourism to a greater extent, it will be allowed to travel for leisure and enjoyment to any country in Europe as long as the security measures that will be imposed at the airports, the train stations, the buses and the other transport. In addition, this opening will be done without the need to observe the strict quarantine protocols established during the past months.

Some countries like Italy will open their borders sooner to attract tourism but Spain will do so from July 1 if all goes well.

In summary, it has been established that there will be free movement from July 6 between the countries of the Schengen area (Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Slovenia, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Sweden and Switzerland).

 

Countries to which you can travel from July:

 

Bélgica

Bosnia y Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Croacia

Chipre

Dinamarca

Estonia

Finlandia

Francia

Alemania

Grecia

Hungría

Islandia

Irlanda

Italia

Letonia

Lituania

Luxemburgo

Malta

Holanda

Polonia

Portugal

Rusia

Serbia

Eslovenia

Eslovaquia

España

Suecia

Suiza

 

Travel to Spain in July from the UK

Nowadays, the borders between the United Kingdom and Spain are open, but the entry of passengers is reduced and the quarantine must be kept in the case of traveling from this country. Even so, in the case of having a home in Spain or the United Kingdom or for work reasons, it will be possible to travel while people be insolation for 14 days.

From July, Spain stops imposing the quarantine for all those tourists from the Schengen area (which does not include the United Kingdom), we must wait a few weeks to have more extensive information on the travel limitations of our British neighbors, which constitute a important part of tourism in Spain.

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