Spain appears to u-turn on travel rules causing mass confusion for travellers

The Spanish Tourist Office (STO) in London has caused mass confusion for UK tourists after a dramatic u-turn.

On Wednesday, the STO announced that unvaccinated Brits would be allowed into Spain after a relaxation of the rules.

However, just eight hours later they released a statement claiming they had misinterpreted a bulletin from the Spanish government.

So in fact, the rules for unvaccinated UK tourists have not changed.

What are the rules for UK travellers to Spain?

British tourists aged 12 and over must show proof of being fully vaccinated or present a certificate of recovery to enter Spain.

“If more than 270 days have passed since the final dose, certification of a booster vaccination

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