Spain’s borders reopened to vaccinated travellers, including Americans, from outside the European Union on June 7.

Travellers who have been fully vaccinated with an approved vaccine are allowed to enter Spain, no matter their origin country.

From May 24, travellers from countries outside the EU that have been deemed a low coronavirus risk including Australia and New Zealand were allowed to enter Spain without presenting a negative PCR test.

“They’re welcome, more than welcome, without restrictions nor health controls,” Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said of travelers from these low-risk countries.

In April, Spain announced that it expected to reopen to U.S. travellers in June and had begun a pilot programme to test out its vaccine passports.