Foreign tourists allowed to return to Spain in July

Spain reopens its borders to foreign vacationers. Foreign tourists will indeed be able to return to Spain from July. This was announced this Saturday, May 23, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, while arrivals were suspended since the establishment of containment in mid-March. “I am announcing that from July onwards, the entry of foreign tourists into Spain will resume under safe conditions,” he said at a press conference. As a reminder, the country has been living under confinement since March 14, and its borders are still closed.

The country is however in full desescalada – progressive deconfinement – differentiated according to the territories. The authorities have been working for several days on a scenario of resumption of foreign tourism, at the forefront of which are the French, many of whom cross the Pyrenees during the summer pasture. Madrid and Barcelona, ​​so far excluded from deconfinement in Spain, will be able to reopen terraces of bars, hotels and museums from Monday 25 May, joining the rest of the country after two weeks of waiting.

Resumption of La Liga football on June 8

Since May 15, foreigners arriving in Spanish territory are subject to a quarantine period of 14 days, according to a government decision published Tuesday, May 12 in the Official Journal. These people, placed in isolation, will only be allowed to go out to buy basic necessities or to be treated, and this, always wearing a mask, specifies the text. A decision was made to prevent new coronavirus infections or imported cases from being recorded.

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At his press conference on Saturday, May 23, the Spanish Prime Minister also announced the resumption of major sports and professional competitions, and in particular the La Liga football tournament, from the week of June 8. Another announcement from the chef

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