Starting June 7, Spain will allow vaccinated travelers from the U.S. to visit the destination. Travelers will have to show proof of vaccination; a vaccination card or certificate of vaccination in English will be accepted. A second dose of the Pfizer or the Moderna vaccines, or the single dose of the J&J vaccine must be received at least 14 days prior to arrival in Spain.

Unvaccinated minors who belong to the same family unit as the vaccinated adults traveling to Spain will be required to show proof of a negative COVID test performed at least 72 hours prior to arrival. Children under 6 will not be required to show a negative COVID test.

Upon arrival, travelers will no longer be asked to quarantine. Travelers must fill out a health questionnaire prior to departure. The questionnaire can be filled out online or downloaded at spth.gob.es. For the latest information on travel requirements, visit travelsafe.spain.info/en.

“U.S. travelers should be confident that any certified tourism service in Spain is providing their services with the highest safety standards at this point,” Jose Manuel de Juan, Consul of Spain for Tourism Affairs says, adding that “Spain approved early in the pandemic a number of safety protocols for reopening all kind of tourism services. These protocols have been the base of the ISO work recently, and of what will be soon approved as ISO safety standards for tourism services.”