Spain will drop all its remaining entry restrictions today for all non-EU arrivals including the United Kingdom.
Travellers who are not nationals of the EU can enter Spain even without a valid vaccination, recovery or a negative test certificate.
Travellers no longer have to complete a health control form.
The change comes given ‘Spain’s and the world’s epidemiological situation and with the aim of favouring the normalisation of international mobility.’
It is a boost for families ahead of the half-term holidays.
“The health control measures for passengers from non-EU or Schengen associated countries are without effect as of October 21,” the Ministry of Interior tweeted.
The Spain tourism board confirmed the change.