From next Monday, June 7, all tourists who wish to visit Spain and are vaccinated against Covid-19 will be free to do so. The requirement is to have a certificate of having received the complete vaccination regimen authorized by the EMA or the WHO.
This was one of the most awaited news of recent times, after months in which the free mobility of travelers for tourism reasons has not been possible. Recently, the borders were opened for all travelers coming from countries such as the United Kingdom, New Zealand or China; now they will also be able to do so from any other country, including the United States.
We are convinced that you are eager to visit Spain again and enjoy all that our country has to offer. Our beaches, our cities and we ourselves are looking forward to having you back among us.
This summer, 615 beaches will fly the blue flag in our country. In addition, events as important as the Madrid Pride or concerts and music festivals will be back (with all the security measures and some restrictions).
Where would you like to start? If you are looking for a LGBTQ+ cultural or city vacation our recommendation is Madrid and Barcelona, although you can also visit other important capitals such as Malaga, Seville, Granada, Bilbao or Valencia. Here you can visit important places such as the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum and its LGBTQ+ tour ‘Diverse Love’, the Prado National Museum, the Reina Sofia National Museum, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao or the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia. Also monuments as impressive as the Alhambra in Granada, the Mosque of Cordoba or the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.
After this, the best thing to do is to complete the experience with a few days on our beaches. The options are almost endless, although the most popular destinations among gays, lesbians and other LGBTQ+ people are Torremolinos, Sitges or Gran Canaria. Here you can not only disconnect and relax, but also meet lots of new people, sunbathe a lot and eat and drink incredible things.