The Foreign Office has issued a major travel advice update for Brits hoping to enjoy a holiday in Spain.
The change has been made ahead of 21st June when British tourists will be allowed to enter Spain after the foreign ministry announced that it would reopen its borders. It comes as Spain's state of emergency is set to be lifted, allowing some countries to visit again.
The FCO has changed its advice on entry requirements to Spain.
The advice is now "The State of Emergency (“Estado de Alarma”) declared on 14 March, will end on June 21.
From this date, Spain will re-open its borders to European Union and Schengen-area countries (with the exception of Portugal where the restrictions will continue to apply up until 1 July), and travellers from the UK.
This means that British nationals will no longer need to present a residency certificate to enter Spain."
The Spanish government has said it's possible that UK travellers will still need to quarantine on arrival, but that decision has not yet been taken.
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