Spain, the world’s second most visited country, has announced it will lift its two-week quarantine rule on arriving overseas visitors from 1 July.
Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya said the “worst was behind us”.
“In July we will gradually open Spain to international tourists, lift the quarantine, ensure the highest standards of health safety,” she tweeted.
Earlier, Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto called on tourists to start booking holidays for July.
Earlier this month, EU officials promised that summer is not cancelled in Europe.