The coronavirus has overwhelmed economies around the world and meddled with life in ways that were inconceivable just a few months ago. Consequently, millions of people are uncertain and also are desperate to get back to normal life during coronavirus pandemic. Paying heed to the unrest, many countries around the world are beginning to ease up on lockdowns and set to open tourist destinations to the public.
Countries affected hardest by the outbreak, including Spain, Italy and the U.S., are seeing hordes of people flocking to tourist sites in huge numbers, causing some anxiety and concern for those worried about the second wave of illness.
However, Spain, after nearly two months of strict lockdown, lifted lockdown on 23 May. Moreover, the Spanish government has open doors to tourists and travellers. And have announced that the tourists will no longer have to isolate or quarantine themselves for a fortnight on arrival from July 1. Offering a ray of hope to many globetrotters and travellers to plan holidays to Spain from July.
Also, Spain relies profoundly on tourism, seeing nearly 90 million visitors every year and the tourism and travel industry accounts for more than 12 per cent of the country's GDP.
Having said that, you can look ahead to the beginning of July, plan your holidays and celebrate your freedom and explore the sublime corners of Spain that we are only daydreaming about now.