Do children need to be vaccinated to travel to Spain?
1 – Do children need to be vaccinated to visit Spain?
2 – So, what’s changed and what are the new rules?
Today, 11/02/2022, Spain announced that children between the ages of 12 and 18 no longer need proof of vaccination to enter Spain. This means that should your child be unvaccinated then this will no longer affect your trip to Tenerife!
So, what’s changed and what are the new rules?
- Children between the ages of 12 and 18 years no longer need to be vaccinated to visit Spain.
- Children will need proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival.
For all information on travelling to Tenerife, check out our other article: Is Tenerife open to tourists?
As many families know, with the 12 week wait between the first and second vaccination it has been difficult to ensure that children are vaccinated before the half term. With the lifting of these restrictions in Spain, families will be able to resume their holiday plans in the comfort that just a negative PCR test is required.
If this is welcome news to you and you’re now able to visit Tenerife, let us know, we’d love to hear from you!
Of course, this isn’t just beneficial to British families visiting Tenerife, it also means that businesses on the island won’t miss another busy time of the year.
We hope you have an excellent holiday and if you need recommendations of things to do in Tenerife then give us a call, we offer tours and tickets to attractions across the island.