Spain says British tourists welcome back once UK clarifies policy

With airports reopening on 1 July, minister says much will depend on UK’s quarantine rules

Spain wants to welcome British tourists back as soon as its airports reopen to foreign visitors on 1 July, but has warned much will depend on the UK’s 14-day coronavirus quarantine for those returning from abroad and on the British authorities rescinding advice on non-essential foreign travel.

Spain’s tourism minister, María Reyes Maroto, said the country would begin hosting foreign visitors from 22 June, when the current state of emergency ends and land borders with France and Portugal reopen.

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With airports reopening on 1 July, minister says much will depend on UK’s quarantine rulesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSpain wants to welcome British tourists back as soon as its airports reopen to foreign visitors on 1 July, but has warned much will depend on the UK’s 14-day coronavirus quarantine for those returning from abroad and on the British authorities rescinding advice on non-essential foreign travel.Spain’s tourism minister, María Reyes Maroto, said the country would begin hosting foreign visitors from 22 June, when the current state of emergency ends and land borders with France and Portugal reopen. Continue reading…

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