Spain Travel Health
The new normality arrives in Spain and with it the opening of borders in the European Union since June 21 for the free movement of member states and for Algeria, Australia, Canada, China, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, New Zealand, South Korea, Rwanda, Thailand, Tunisia, Serbia and Uruguay. Travellers arriving in Spain do not have to be quarantined.
If you are preparing a trip to Spain from abroad, it is compulsory to fill in this Health Control Form by clicking here. Passengers arriving in Spain by plane will pass through three security filters: temperature taking, a documentary control based on the declarations of responsibility with health information that allows the traceability or follow-up of that person and finally a visual control.
For each passenger there is a form associated with each trip which is personal and non-transferable and which must be signed before flying to Spain. After signing, you will receive a QR code associated with your trip, which you must bring with you on your mobile phone or printed on a piece of paper in order to pass the health control at the airport. If you have any health questions, please write to email@example.com
Remember that it is compulsory for all passengers from third countries before travelling to Spain, and that each form is associated with a single journey, is personal and non-transferable. Also remember that the use of the mask is compulsory at all times.
For more information on health measures related to the COVID-19 epidemic, click here