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(update 15 June) Spain opens borders to foreign tourists 21 June !

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Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced that foreign tourists will be allowed to enter the country starting in July.
It came as welcome news for his country’s battered tourism industry which makes up 12 per cent of Spain’s GDP.
“Foreign tourists can therefore now plan their holidays,” Sanchez said.

UPDATE June 15, 2020
Our working area, (Costa Blanca North) is currently in phase 3.
Just yesterday the prime minister of Spain announced next week the 15th June 2020 the borders will be reopened !
This is 1 week earlier and it is for the countries within the EU.
For countries outside the EU the Spain borders will be reopened on 1th July 2020.
These dates have been definitively confirmed by the government.
Via the following link you can check in which phase your province, city or village is: Click here

UPDATE June 8, 2020
Our working area, (Costa Blanca North) is currently still in phase 2 (while we were scheduled to enter phase 3 as of today, June 8).
We still have to go through phase 3 before there is definitive free access of foreigners as of 1 July.
This date has now been definitively confirmed by the government.
Via the following link you can follow yourself in which phase your province, city or village is: Click here

UPDATE June 1, 2020
While we still have 1 month to go to whether or not we can travel to Spain from 1 July, we have now entered Phase 2 with our work area, (Costa Blanca North) and the entire autonomous region of Valencia.
It still applies that people are not allowed to leave their own province and autonomous region and travel freely throughout Spain.
This will apply up to and including the last Phase 3, and only then will a final decision on foreigner entry be made.

UPDATE May 25, 2020
Although a statement has finally been made about opening the Spanish borders, this is not yet certain.
It depends on the de-escalation phases still to be completed that apply.
For example, our work area, (Costa Blanca North) is currently still in phase 1 (while we were planned to enter phase 2 as of today) and we still have to go through phases 2 and 3 before there is definitive free access for foreigners.

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