Spain will be open for foreign tourists to book holidays from July
MADRID (Europe) – Spain will be open for foreign tourists to book for vacations starting July.
The two-week self-quarantine for travellers coming in from overseas will mostly be suspended by then, according to the tourism minister.
Spain is one of the worst-hit nations in the world. The tourism-dependent country is easing its lockdown. However, there is a quarantine for visitors to prevent a second wave of infections.
“It is perfectly coherent to plan summer vacations to come to Spain in July.”
– Reyes Maroto, Spanish tourism minister
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