NEWS: PCR for traveling to Spain: when can you do it?
Those who do it by air can do it through the web www.spth.gob.es or the App Spain Travel Health-SpTH, and those who use the maritime route can complete it through the following link: https://spthm.puertos.es/
Passengers who have passed the disease may present a certificate of recovery as long as more than 11 days have elapsed since the first positive NAAT test was performed. This certificate will be valid for 180 days thereafter.
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Negative PCRs are required to enter SPAIN.
Another of the main requirements is to register before entering the country. The format and how far in advance you must register varies with each destination. For more specific help you can follow the link provided for each destination.
There is no longer a requirement to present a certificate of vaccination, recovery or proof at the border. There is also no requirement for unvaccinated, unrecovered and untested persons to be quarantined upon arrival.
The Liechtenstein authorities are joining the measures taken by Switzerland. Travelers from Schengen-associated and EU countries are no longer required to provide contact details, proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test.
Liechtenstein authorities join the measures taken by Switzerland. It is no longer necessary for travelers from Schengen-associated and EU countries to provide contact details, proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test.
It is necessary to register online at www.ehteraz.gov.qa and send all necessary documentation (vaccination certificate, PCR test or any other required document) at least 3 days prior to travel. EU citizens and residents who have the CovPass application can use the CovPass application instead of registering on the Ehteraz online portal.
Spain requires from today a negative PCR for travelers
If you are going to travel within the national territory, please consult the information provided by the Autonomous Communities regarding their requirements to the traveler by means of the following
* Based on Article 5.2. of the Agreement on the Accession of the Kingdom of Denmark to the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement of 14 June 1985 on the gradual abolition of checks at common borders, signed in Schengen on 19 June 1990, passengers coming from Greenland and the Faroe Islands will not be subject to border checks.
At present, there are no countries that are required to take additional measures to those already mentioned. In the event that the epidemiological situation in a country/territory or zone worsens to an alarming degree, exceptional health control measures may be applied to passengers arriving from such countries/zones.
Requirements for travel to Spain in 2022: vaccinations and tests
Likewise, many cities apply curfews or access restrictions to some monuments for security reasons. Some countries do not allow entry to places of restoration and leisure if the official vaccination certificate or negative PCR test is not presented by QR code. Please consult for more details.
We recommend that you take out health insurance for the entire duration of your stay. Please note that in some countries, it is mandatory for entry into the destination.
The list of countries or areas at risk, as well as the criteria for inclusion in it, is published on the website of the Ministry of Health and on the SpTH website. As a general rule, the lists will be reviewed every seven days.
VERY IMPORTANT: all diagnostic tests for travel abroad must be at least in English, and show: name and surname of the holder, date of sample collection, type of test performed, authorized health center performing the test, negative test result and issuing country.