TRAVEL TO SPAIN FROM ROMANIA
There are no requirements to leave Romania.
Travel back to Rumania is only allowed under certain entry requirements.
Spain welcomes travellers from Romania. We want to help you make your trip to Spain comfortable, easy and safe.
Please remember that it is mandatory before entering Spain (and even if you are in transit) to have the QR code which you will get when you fill in the Health Control Form (FCS) available from Spain Travel Health (SpTH).
⚠️ Important: Bear in mind that you cannot use the paper form. You must download your QR code and show it to the national authorities either on your mobile device or printed on paper
How can I get the FCS QR Code?
When the Spanish authorities can request you to show the FCS QR Code?
Please take into account that airlines or maritime companies may ask you for the FCS QR code before boarding and the personnel of the control devices in the airports and ports at the point of arrival may also require you to present it.
What about if I am travelling in a cruise?
In case of international cruises, a specific form is required to replace the FCS (see form).
Travellers from Romania to Spain must meet ONE of the following health requirements (provided they are over 12 years old):
1. EU-COVID certificate.
What is the EU-COVID Certificate?
An EU Digital COVID Certificate is a digital proof that a person has either been vaccinated against COVID-19, or received a negative test result, or recovered from COVID-19.
Information on the EU-COVID Certificate
2.Vaccination, recovery or diagnostic certificate
2.1. Vaccination certificate (at least 14 days from the last dose of vaccination). Accepted vaccines: Pfizer-Biontech, Moderna, Astra-Zeneca, Jansen/Johnson&Johnson, Sinovac y Sinopharm. The vaccination certificate must include at least the following information:
Name and surname of the holder.
Vaccination date, indicating the date of the last dose administered.
Type of vaccine administered.
Number of doses administered / complete regimen.
Identification of the issuing body of the vaccination certificate.
2.2. Diagnostic certificate. You must show a negative COVID-19 test result. NAAT (PCR, LAMP, TMA or equivalent) test types are accepted in Spain. You must show a negative result of a NAAT test taken within 72 hours OR an antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to your arrival.
2.3. Recovery certificate. People who have recovered from the disease may show the certificate of a positive result of COVID-19. Recovery certificate must be done within at least of 11 days and at maximum of 180 days from the date on which the COVID-19 test was performed. A positive NAAT test must be presented.
Certificates must be written in Spanish, English, French or German. If it is not possible to obtain it in these languages, the document must be accompanied by a translation into Spanish made by an official body.
Upon arrival in Spain, a control device will measure the travellers' temperature with thermal imaging cameras and will be able to physically or electronically verify the necessary documentation.
You must consider the restrictions of the regions (Autonomous Communities) in Spain. See restriction map in Spain.
Use of face mask
From 26 June, masks will not be mandatory in outdoor areas as long as the social distance can be respected. However, masks will be mandatory indoors or in enclosed spaces, including public transport.
Health care information
The use of RadarCovid (only in Spanish), an app for all of Spain, is recommended.
Phone number: 112.
Spain is categorized as "green country".
Travel back to Romania.
Before the trip to Romania
Bear in mind that no forms are required for Romanian nationals. Foreign travellers have to fill in a specific form (See Locator here).
You do not need any health certificate (e.g. EU-COVID digital certificate OR national certificates) because Spain is categorized as "green country".
Upon arrival to Romania
You must not comply with any quarantine period OR take any COVID-19 test because Spain is categorized as "green country".
Due to the constant updating of the information regarding the restrictions and measures caused by COVID-19 contained on this website, before travelling, you must always consult the requirements and recommendations of the public bodies and competent national authorities bodies in each country. The information found on this website is not binding and has no regulatory effect. Likewise, it is based on the information gathered from the official websites of the rest of the countries, and Autonomous Communities of Spain.