"Y Viva España!" Spain reopens to tourists from July

Foreign tourists can book vacations in Spain from July as the two-week self-quarantine for overseas travellers is likely to be suspended by then, tourism minister Reyes Maroto said on Monday.

One of the hardest hit nations in the world from the coronavirus, tourism-dependent Spain is gradually easing a strict lockdown though it currently retains a quarantine for visitors so as to prevent a second wave of infections.

“It is perfectly coherent to plan summer vacations to come to Spain in July,” the minister said in an interview with local radio station Onda Cero.

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