Spain has eased its restrictions on unvaccinated travellers entering the country from outside of the EU.
Previously, unvaccinated travellers from outside of the EU (including those from the UK) could only enter Spain if they could provide proof of recovery from Covid-19.
Whilst passengers can still take this route, they can also now take a PCR test 72 hours before their flight departure, or a rapid antigen test 24 hours before.
This brings non-EU visitors in line with those from inside the EU and Schengen area.
Vaccinated travellers do not have to take a pre-departure Covid-19 test but must have proof of a vaccination.
For advice on entry requirements in Europe, get in contact with a member of the CT Business Travel team. Call us on 01892 616122 or enquire here.