A source of the Spanish government, told Reuters, there will not be a “corridor” for the British to travel across the country. The source has made the claim after a UK tourism lobby group has said corridors allowing movement without restriction with a number of countries to open June 29.
The German tourists will fly to the Balearic Islands from 15 June, two weeks before the country reopened its borders, to test how to restart the tourism.
The united KINGDOM quarantine means that travellers entering the county after a trip abroad will be required to self-isolate for up to 14 days.
These measures are thought to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
However, some “safe” airports could see British, exempt from the application of the rules in the world if you are traveling on vacation.