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What To See And Do In Barcelona And Restrictions To Be Aware Of In 2021

By | 7 November, 2021 | 0 comments

The severity of the COVID-19 pandemic is beginning to fade and we’re getting closer and closer to a new normal, so you’re probably already thinking about travelling to Cataluña and what to see and do in Barcelona. However, while there are fewer and fewer restrictions affecting visitors in 2021, we still need to take some precautions when travelling and visiting some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in the city.

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Below are some of the most important health restrictions to be aware of when moving around the city and the autonomous community as a whole, plus everything you’ll need to do before seeing the best of what Barcelona has to offer.

Travel restrictions in Cataluña: everything you need to know

The question on everyone’s lips: can you travel to Barcelona? Yes, but you’ll need to meet a series of requirements. Firstly, if you’re travelling from abroad, you can enter Spain from any member state of the European Union, but if you’re travelling from outside the EU, you’ll need to consult the list of countries with permitted entry into Spain.

Furthermore, if you’re arriving either by air, rail or sea, you’ll need to show your vaccine passport on arrival – which must show you’ve received one of the vaccines approved by the European Union. If you’re unvaccinated, you must show proof of a negative PCR test – either the NAAT type, or a rapid antigen test – carried out within 48 hours of starting your journey. Similarly, if you’re arriving by air or sea, you’ll need to fill in a public health form before starting your journey, which you’ll find on the official Spain Travel Health website, or via their mobile app.

Finally, within Spain, public transport is operating normally, but face masks are mandatory for those over 6 years old and you must follow social distancing guidelines. You cannot meet in groups of more than 10 people either.

In short, travelling to Barcelona is very safe right now, and the city is ready to follow all the relevant health and safety regulations while welcoming tourists for a great time in the city. So, what are you waiting for?

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Barcelona, May 13th 2020

Our highest priority is the health of our customers and employees for this in HCC Hotels is still working hard to provide new and enhanced sanitization and cleaning protocols for a safe stay in our HOTELS.

  • Provision of disinfectant gel in public areas of the hotel.
  • Training adapted for our staff depending on the work department.
  • Equipment for staff with the necessary protection systems.
  • Intensification of cleaning and disinfection in rooms and in public areas.
  • Reduction in capacity and respect for the minimum safety distances established throughout the hotel.
  • Adaptation and constant updating of protocols with new security measures against COVID19 at all times.

As always, we will continue offering personalized service, as we have known over more than 25 years of experience.

We hope to see you soon! We are one step closer to achieving it!

Barcelona, March 24th 2020

It is time to take care of each other!

Following the instructions of the Central Government, we communicate that all HCC Hotels will remain closed until the state of alarm ends. The safety of our employees and customers is and has always been our highest priority.

However, we continue to work from home, so we are available by phone (+34) 934817350 or e-mail hcc@hcchotels.es for any questions you have about your reservations.

At HCC Hotels, we want to send everyone all our support: we will overcome this situation together!

Thank you very much to all.