As of 23 June all of Spain is out of lockdown and the government’s State of Alarm will not be renewed, for now. Power has already been returned to the 17 Autonomous Regions, meaning that each will determine how to proceed with keeping a check on COVID-19 and re-introducing tourism. The latter is vital to Spain’s economy, being 15% of its GDP.
We’re basking in a heatwave here in Spain and enjoying the reopening of restaurants, bars and beaches – and soon you should be able to as well, with plans underway for international travel to resume in July.
As the lockdown in England nears its end and travel overseas can resume very soon, now’s the time to start planning your move. Flights to Spain are available to book now for your viewing trip! But how can you do it safely? Here are our top tips for safer viewings.
Spain’s lockdown is being released in phases, with hopes for saving some of the country’s summer season. But there are different plans for different regions, so what’s the latest in your favourite costa?
With many of us stuck at home, it’s important to remember there are still ways you can get ready for your move. Now’s the perfect time to brush up on your Spanish, and, as we find out, all it needs is 15 minutes a day.
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