Hello fellow travelers. I understand a US citizen can travel from the US into Portugal (Lisbon) with only a negative Covid test. Do you all know if one once lands in Lisbon, can they drive/take trains etc. to Spain without issue and fly back to the States from Madrid? Any help would be great, thanks!
Sure so long as you get a test every 24 hours! https://www.visitportugal.com/en/content/covid-19-measures-implemented-portugal
I think you need to explore this carefully from official sources. I would not base an entire trip on information of this import with only an answer from this forum.
As I understand it, adults must be vaccinated to enter Spain and you will need to show proof of vaccination to enter restaurants etc.
You would be okay to fly into Portugal with a test. Portugal for entry does not recognize the US CDC card since we do not have a reciprocal agreement with them, so vaccinated and unvaccinated need a negative test.
You may need to test to check into your accommodations and if you choose to eat inside. This maybe changing soon based on the outcome of a meeting today between the government and medical experts.
Last time I looked, Spain required one to be fully vaccinated, for most that would include a booster.
Edit: Adding a reference to an article regarding coming changes in Portugal
you will be able to travel with frequent covid tests (easily accessible in most EU but $$). currently, entering restaurants etc may be a problem. restrictions are scaling down - keep watching for changes.
btw, not Spain, but for reference, this discussion on Swiss is gng on: https://community.ricksteves.com/travel-forum/switzerland/switzerland-most-restrictions-lifted-as-of-feb-17th and note the we (Americans) are considered "a third-country nationals"
Hi, I understand the desire to figure out what's possible. Be aware that this forum does not permit sharing how to break laws or circumvent restrictions, etc per Community Guideline #7. All replies should keep that in mind so that this discussion can remain in our forum.