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'A calculated risk' - Spain and Italy plan to resume summer holidays from June

Both countries have been devastated by coronavirus, but say lockdown and public health measures are working, and tourism could begin to reboot from next month

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Sa Coma in Majorca, Spain

Sa Coma in Majorca, Spain

Holidaymakers could return to Spain from the end of June.

That's according to Spanish Transport Minister José Luis Ábalos, who said in an interview on RTVE that overseas visitors will be able to enter the country, without quarantine, within several weeks.

"We hope to welcome Irish visitors back as soon as it is safe, and as the roadmap to recovery is progressing in Spain," Rubén López Pulido, Director of the Spanish Tourism Office (STO) in Dublin, confirmed.


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