Spain entry requirements

spain entry requirements

What are the requirements for entering Spain from outside EU?

Requirements for entering Spain if you are travelling from outside the EU/EEA 1. If you are arriving to Spain by air or sea, you must fill in a health control form (FCS) before travelling. If arriving by plane, you can fill in the form on the Spain Travel Health website or the apps for Android or iOS devices.

What documents do I need to travel to Spain from UK?

If you are resident in Spain, you should carry your residence document (the green paper EU residence certificate or the new TIE), as well as your valid passport when you travel. If you are not in possession of a residence document, see Additional Requirements for UK Nationals resident in Spain for further information.

Do I need a health control form to travel to Spain?

If you are transiting Spain by air from the UK on the way to your final destination you are not subject to testing requirements. However, everyone (including children under 12 years old) must fill in and sign an online Health Control Form no more than 48 hours prior to travel.

What do I need to enter Spain for a short stay?

When you enter Spain you must have both the plane ticket to Spain and the return one to your country of origin. And the return flight must be within the 90 days allowed for your short-term stay, in no case outside that period.

What are the requirements to enter Spain from the UK?

Regular entry requirements 1 Visas. You should check with the Spanish consulate in the UK prior to travel regarding what type of visa and/or work permit you may need. 2 Passport validity. ... 3 UK Emergency Travel Documents. ... 4 Travel between Spain and Gibraltar. ...

What documents do I need to travel outside the EU?

Visitors from outside the EU however, still need to show proof of vaccination, a recovery certificate or a negative test through the EU Digital COVID Certificate (EUDCC) or another valid document.

What tests do I need to travel to Spain?

The tests accepted in Spain are NAAT (PCR, LAMP, TMA or similar) or antigens. You must present a negative NAAT test performed in the 72 hours prior to arrival in Spain or an antigen test performed in the 48 hours prior to arrival. Recovery certificate (maximum 180 days from the test date).

Is it safe to travel to Spain now?

Yes, Spain has been taking steps to restore travel within its borders. If you are coming from a high-risk country, in order to enter Spain, you’ll need to display your COVID vaccine passport or vaccination certificate. Unvaccinated travelers from the UK are currently banned from entering Spain.

How do I apply for health control in Spain?

Health control form – All passengers arriving to Spain by air or sea must fill in a health control form before travelling. If arriving by plane, you can fill in the form on the Spain Travel Health website or the apps for Android or iOS devices. If arriving by ship, you can fill in the form at this link: https://spthm.puertos.es/.

How do I fill in the Spain travel health form?

If arriving by plane, you can fill in the form on the Spain Travel Health website or the apps for Android or iOS devices. If arriving by ferry, you can fill in the form at this link: https://spthm.puertos.es/.

What are the rules for travelling to Spain?

The authorities in Spain set and enforce entry rules. Before travel to Spain, everyone (including children under 12 years old, see Children and young people travelling by air or sea must fill in and sign an online Health Control Form. If you do not complete this form electronically, you may submit it in paper format before boarding.

Do I need a QR code to travel to Spain?

It is mandatory to have the QR code that appears when filling in the FCS to show it when boarding for your trip to Spain and to be able to pass the health control on arrival in Spain. Do international transit passengers need to have a QR?

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