Spain has now removed its COVID-19 entry requirements for anyone arriving into the country from the EU or Schengen area.
Tourists from within the EU or Schengen area no longer need to show any COVID-19 documents in order to enter the country.
Visitors from outside the EU however, still need to show proof of vaccination, recovery certificate or a negative test through the EU Digital COVID Certificate (EUDCC) or another valid document. If you don’t have the certificate (or another EU equivalent) you can fill in Spain’s Health Control Form with these details, receiving a QR code to get through the airports.
The Ministry Interior of Turkey announced that PCR tests would not be asked from visitors arriving from abroad starting on Wednesday, June 1.
From 1 June, Italy is removing travel restrictions, at least temporarily.