In this article, you will find an overview of the current COVID-19 measures for Valencia. Latest update: 18 July 2020.
Current COVID-19 measures Valencia
If you travel to Spain, fortunately, you don’t have to spend two weeks in quarantine. However, you do have to abide by the following rules in Valencia:
- Wearing a mask is mandatory for people older than 6 years, even if you can keep a distance of 1.5m. This applies inside public buildings as well as outside. Exceptions for wearing a mask are during sports, on the terrace, on the beach, by the pool or if you have a medical reason not to wear a mask. Fines are €100.
- In public transport, all places can be used again. If you have to stand, there is a maximum of 2 people per square meter and you have to get on the bus through the middle door. Tickets cannot be paid in cash on the bus.
- Shops, cinemas, museums and nightclubs are only allowed to open with limited capacity. Restaurants are allowed to open their terraces 100% outside with 2 meters between the tables. Indoors there is still limited capacity. Before your visit, please check the current rules and check at the location if you can still go there.
For more information about the above rules, visit the website of the Valencia Tourist Office VisitValencia.com.
Current travel advice for Spain
Before you book your trip to Valencia, make sure to check the current travel advice of your countries government. For Dutch people this can be found on the website Nederlandwereldwijd.nl.