Spain to Welcome International Travelers with COVID-19 Vaccine or Negative Test Starting in June
Spain is aiming to open its borders this summer to eligible international travelers. Fernando Valdes Verelst, the country's Secretary of State of Tourism, announced this week that Spain will allow tourists to visit starting in June, according to multiple outlets. Visitors must show proof that they received the COVID-19 vaccine, recently tested negative for the virus or recently recovered from the virus.
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS REOPENING FOR TOURISM
The paradisal British Virgin Islands have re-opened their borders to international tourists for the first time since March. A popular yachting destination comprised of over 60 islands set in a volcanic archipelago, the news is sure to be welcomed by travelers and those who live on the islands alike as the country looks to restart its tourism sector following Hurricane Irma and the pandemic.
Abu Dhabi Reopening For Tourism: All Entry Requirements
Abu Dhabi has reopened for tourism as of December 24 and is allowing all visa-on-arrival eligible nations to visit, with a ‘green’ list of 16 countries that may enter quarantine-free. At a time when we are seeing almost every country announce new closures, restrictions and cancellations, Abu Dhabi’s reopening is some positive news in an otherwise bleak travel environment, even if the entry requirements are a little complex.