This country is situated in the Southwest of Europe occupying most of the Iberian peninsula as well as the Canary and Billy Eric Islands including such famous islands as Ibiza and Majorca. Spain has a population of approximately 46 million people. The main language spoken is Spanish and the country consists of 17 autonomous regions each of which has its own culture and traditions. This country has different traveling requirements, and you need to know them fully when planning your next trip to Spain.
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS FROM BURY TO SPAIN
Everyone traveling from Bury to Spain including children must fill out a health control form. Each form is associated with a single trip, is personal and non-transferable. It can be done online and you can submit a physical copy at the airport too. This form must be filled out before travel because you need to show the QR code you get when you fill this form and show it on arriving in Spain.
IF YOU ARE FULLY VACCINATED
You can enter Spain from Bury if you’re double vaccinated within the last 270 days. You do not need to test or stay in quarantine. As of 14th February 2022, all travelers who are over the age of 18 must show full vaccination proof with a second dose received two weeks before you plan your travel. Everyone who is under 18 years of age needs to take a PCR fit to fly test to show their negative proof of Covid-19. This test can be done from Point 19 Testing you can search it by typing PCR test in Rochdale, PCR test in Salford, PCR test in Stockport, PCR test in Tameside, or if you live in another city, simply purchase online. If you are living in any part of Bury such like for example Tottington, Whitefield or Prestwich you can get the test from our testing center easily.
If you need more information and updates on travel testing requirements you can go to (https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements#entry-rules-in-response-to-coronavirus-covid-19)
You should only use valid proof that you are Vaccinated if you are traveling from Bury to Spain but do not use NHS’s appointment card as an alternative to the vaccination proof.
NEW RULES TO ENTER SPAIN
Spain has revised its rule for inbound travelers who are traveling to Spain and must be fully Vaccinated from February 2022 and the last dose should not be less than two weeks old. Spain accepts all vaccines that are given in the UK. You have to complete a health control form before leaving your country of departure. Anyone who is aged between the years of 12-18 and who is not fully vaccinated can show proof of a negative PCR fit to fly test that can be done from www.covid19fittofly.com. If you cannot find a provider in your area, you can search for a test provider via google by simply typing PCR test in Rochdale, PCR test in Salford, PCR test in Stockport, PCR test in Tameside. You may also be required to take a PCR test upon arrival in Spain from Bury in 48 hours of arrival. So everyone planning a trip to Spain must go and check the government of Spain’s official website so that you don’t miss out on anything.