Can I travel to Spain?
Yes. You can travel to Spain if you are travelling from the European Union, from a country in the Schengen area, or from another country which has a reciprocal agreement with Spain for accepting travellers. This last group comprises Australia, Canada, China, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay.
Certain countries have established restrictions or quarantine periods on people arriving from Spain. These countries are: Austria (unless arriving from the Balearic Islands or Canary Islands), Australia, Canada, South Korea, China, Denmark, Finland, Georgia, Greece, Italy, Japan, Norway, United Kingdom, Switzerland (unless arriving from the Balearic Islands or Canary Islands), Uruguay and Tunisia. Other countries have established restrictions or quarantines only for travellers arriving from certain areas of Spain. These countries are Germany, Belgium, Slovenia, and the Netherlands.
We recommend always checking the requirements and recommendations of your home country. You can also consult this map published by Spain’s Ministry of the Exterior (available in Spanish).You must not travel to Spain if you have symptoms relating to COVID-19 or suspect you have such symptoms.
Source: Official State Gazette (BOE)