Musings from a Canadian couple living in Valencia.
All about the things we love about Valencia and Spain!
We know how exciting travel can be and like most people, as soon as the plane lands you want your adventure to begin. To make the most of your trip to Valencia, we’ve gathered some information we wish we knew about when we first arrived.
Let’s get started …
What happens when you arrive to Valencia?
Mandatory use of face masks
People six years of age and older are no longer required to wear a face mask in outdoor spaces where it is possible to maintain a safe distance of 1.5 meters between people from different social bubbles. However, the use of face masks are mandatory in indoor spaces or while using any means of transport, whether by air, sea, bus or rail transport, as well as in complementary public and private passenger transport in vehicles with up to nine seats, including the driver, if the occupants of the passenger car do not live in the same household.
Night time movements
Nightlife (music bars, nightclubs and discos) can stay open until 2am, but without the use of dance floors and with a maximum capacity of 50% indoors, 100% on terraces. Other bars and restaurants can stay open until 1am, with a maximum of 10 people per table (50% capacity indoors; 100% on terraces).
Border closures in the Valencia region
The entry and exit of persons from the territory of the region of Valencia is no longer restricted.
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