updated as of January 12, 2023
For All Trips:
- Passports must be valid six months beyond the intended stay
- There are no restrictions to enter Spain or Italy – this includes:
- No period of quarantine
- No testing requirements to enter or leave the country
- No form requirements
- It is strongly recommended that you bring proof of COVID-19 vaccination in the form of a CDC-issued card demonstrating that they have completed an accepted vaccination cycle and at least one booster. Make certain to bring the original vaccination card along with a copy (printed and/or digital). Although it is not currently required, having vaccine (or relevant) documentation is a wise travel precaution.
- Delta (and other airlines) has a very helpful resource for travel requirements and guidance here: Destination and Travel Restrictions Map.
- Currently, Spain still has a mandatory mask requirement in place for all public transportation (buses, taxis, trains, planes) – this includes ALL INCOMING FLIGHTS. The use of face masks is required on flights for all passengers arriving into and departing from Spain; boarding may be denied if proper masks are not carried and worn.
- You must provide your own approved masks (KN95, N95, FFP2 or equivalent).
- Spain’s Ministry of Health will revisit the mask mandate requirement for public transportation sometime in March 2023.
- There are no current travel restrictions for travelers coming from the United States.
Re-entry to the United States:
- There are no requirements to reenter the United States from Spain or Italy.