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First Greece, then Italy – now Spain has become the latest European country to give holidaymakers everywhere hope of a Mediterranean break this summer. The country’s prime minister has announced that overseas visitors will be permitted from July, with no compulsory quarantine measures on arrival.
Pedro Sánchez announced on Saturday that overseas tourists could start planning holidays in Spain from July, and that the government would ‘guarantee’ that tourists would not bring risks to Spain. Tourism minister Reyes Maroto has since added that the 14-day quarantine currently imposed on overseas arrivals was likely to be suspended by July.
That said, a glass or two of tinto de verano with a side of patatas bravas followed by a plate of Paella and some churros to end the meal on a sweet note is feeling pretty essential right now.
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