The government of Spain has recently established a new rule for the citizen of the United Kingdom if they choose to visit the exotic land. According to the new travel requirements, travellers from the UK must show that they can afford to stay in Spain.
Every citizen or resident of the great Brittain has to show that they have enough money to go by each day of their stay in Spain with an average of £85 (€101) per day.
They must also provide the authorities with proof of accommodation and a return flight or onward ticket.
The UK Foreign Office has issued a statement that said, “At Spanish border control, you may need to show a return or onward ticket; show you have enough money for your stay; show proof of accommodation for your stay, for example, a hotel booking confirmation, proof of address if visiting your own property (eg second home), or an invitation from your host or proof of their address if staying with a third party, friends or family.”
There are already many travel rules and regulations that tourists from the UK have to follow while travelling to Spain, and these post-Brexit requirements only add more weight to them. So, in addition to proof of full vaccination, a negative test or previous infection that was mandatory for all visitors equal to or over 12 of age, proof of accommodation and a return flight or onward ticket and show that you have enough money to go by each day.
However, these rules will not be imposed on Irish travellers yet as they are part of the EU. But the Irish can be subjected to this new rule in the off chance they contract covid-19 while there on holiday as it requires them to live in isolation in certain regions