The municipality turns to the official day of the country after two years of pandemic with a parade and a commemorative act | The Norwegian community in the town is one of the largest
The terminal recovers the figures of the best tourist year in history. Aena schedules 875 flights in Alicante for this weekend with a total of 155,000 passengers. The progressive lifting of restrictions on mobility due to the pandemic and the desire to travel, after two years of closure, have made it possible for the airport to have recovered almost 100% of the operations it had in 2019 in the first five months of the year .
After two years, Spain abolishes the mask requirement indoors. With some exceptions, it is no longer necessary to wear the protective mask. Details of supermarkets, restaurants and transportation.
Bars and restaurants invoice these days 10% more than before the pandemic, although costs have increased | Hotels reach 95% occupancy with full signs in some cases.
The airports serving Alicante province and Murcia region are seeing a return to passenger numbers which are similar to those recorded in 2019 – before the Covid pandemic decimated air travel. Hotels and apartments expect to reach 90% occupancy from Holy Thursday with spring weather. Figures at Easter will almost reach the pre-pandemic level in Alicante.
The use of face masks in interiors will no longer be obligatory in most situations from April 20.
Alicante airport has scheduled this weekend 185 flights with Great Britain for a total of 25,000 tourists
After a two-year Corona break, the Fallas 2022 in Valencia will take place again in the usual form. Tips for visiting the characters and highlights from the program.
Nach zwei Jahren Corona-Pause finden die Fallas 2022 in Valencia wieder in gewohnter Form statt. Tipps für den Besuch der Figuren und Höhepunkte aus dem Programm.
The hotels open in the English zone register good occupations and prepare for the arrival of more British. St Patrick’s day it’s coming. March 2022.
Spain has relaxed a travel rule that previously only allowed fully vaccinated non-EU/EEA tourists to visit the country, to now also allow those who have had Covid-19 and can prove it with a recovery certificate.
The changes to non-essential travel were published in Spain’s state bulletin on Saturday 26 February and come into force immediately.
It means that tourists from third countries (non-EU/EEA) who have recovered from Covid-19 in the past six months can now visit Spain even if they are not fully vaccinated or if their Covid vaccination certificate has expired because they haven’t had a booster shot.