The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has announced that Spain will reopen to foreign tourism from July, so until then foreign visitors arriving in the country will have to keep a quarantine of 14 days. He has also guaranteed that there will be a tourist season this summer, and he has asked Spaniards and foreigners to start booking and their vacations.
The Government’s objective, as it has said, is to reactivate the tourism sector, one of the hardest hit by the crisis. That is why Sánchez has advanced in a press conference from Moncloa, which will resume the entry of foreign tourists to Spain from July “in safety conditions.”
“There will be a tourist season this summer, with the purpose of reviving national tourism, so I invite all establishments, bars, restaurants and all tourist destinations in the country to resume their activity,” said the president.