How to travel to Amsterdam from Spain in times of coronavirus





Travel has returned, albeit partially to some countries. The restrictions they are still valid to enter some places abroad, which makes the transfer complicated and more expensive.

Amsterdam it is one of the best known cities worldwide. In 2019, before the coronavirus pandemic, it was the 26th city to be visited with almost 9 million tourists. Two years later it is still possible to travel to this city of the Netherlands, although some measures will have to be taken into account.

Right now, the Dutch government keeps to Spain in the list of orange countries, so he recommends that you only travel for necessary cases. In the event that the plane is taken to cross the border, all passengers over the age of 13 must show the Digital vaccination certificate. Only in this way can quarantine be avoided.

Other methods to enter the country are to present a negative coronavirus test, carried out in the previous 72 hours. In addition, entry is also allowed to all travelers who have passed the disease and can prove it. On the other hand, tourists traveling to the Netherlands by plane will have to submit a health declaration.

Travel from the Balearic and Canary Islands

From July 16, Balearic and Canary Islands they go to code orange for the Netherlands. Thus, all island passengers who wish to travel to this country must present the Covid Certificate.

The Netherlands currently has everything open. The Dutch Government promotes a series of basic rules as the maintenance of the hygiene, the distance 1.5 meters, as well as isolation as soon as symptoms compatible with the Covid-19. Therefore, it also recommends the use of anti-Covid tests.

Regarding the use of the face mask This is compulsory in public or passenger transport, in stations and airports and also in secondary education.

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