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Last updated on 15.04.2021. Traveling restrictions may change frequently. For the official government statements, please click on the "Check traveling rules" button.

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Are borders open? Can I travel to Spain?

Spain is open for passengers travelling from the European Union, from a country in the Schengen Area or from Australia, China, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand. List of countries can be found here. Until 27.04.2021 flights from Brazil, South Africa and United Kingdom to Spain are suspended.

Are there any quarantine requirements upon arrival?

Quarantine is required for all passengers arriving from Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Comoros, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Do I need to take a Covid-19 test upon arrival?

A certificate for a negative test result (RT-PCR or other molecular techniques for detecting viral RNA with equivalent reliability, such as TMA, RT-LAMP), carried out 72 hours prior to your arrival is required for all passengers except children under 6 years old, arriving from a high-risk country. An actual list of risk countries can be found here.

Do I need to prepare any additional documents before departing?

Yes. You must complete FCS Health Control Form and from 48 hours before the flight you can send the form to the health authorities. Once sent you will receive an email with a QR Code that will allow you to access the destination airport. You must have it printed or on your mobile phone. Once at the airport, you must show the QR Code that will be scanned at the health control, in order to access the terminal and collect your luggage.

Can I enter Spain without restrictions if I have a Covid-19 vaccine certificate?

Vaccine certificates are not accepted.

Do I need to be vaccinated against Covid-19 to enter Spain?

No.

We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information. So we suggest you always check the information provided by the official authorities.

 

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