Holidaymakers have been waiting with bated breath to see which country will make it onto the Government’s green list this summer. Since March, 2020, travel outside the UK has largely been limited to essential reasons only, including work, study and legal obligations. The green list means Brits will be able to holiday in the specified countries without having to quarantine on their way back home. Popular tourist destinations in Europe including Spain, France and Greece are all desperate to reopen their borders to travellers once more as a number of holiday hotspots rely on tourism for a large chunk of their income. Here’s what is known so far.
Brits will likely be allowed into Spain in June, as confirmed by the country’s tourism minister Fernando Valdes Verelst.
Spain hasn’t confirmed quarantine requirements for tourists, so it’s unlikely you’ll have to isolate when you get there.
However, the country is looking at Covid passports using digital technology in an effort to enable people in who’ve had the jab.
Spain’s situation its looking up, with just 110 infections per 100,000 people reported in the last seven days and 15million Spaniards understood to have had the vaccine…