Brits may be allowed to visit Spain this summer even if there is no EU agreement on vaccine passports, according to reports.
The country's tourism minister Fernando Valdés said Spain is considering a 'green corridor' for vaccinated Britons. He said the government is in talks with the UK in a bid to make travel between the two countries easier in time for the summer.
Mr Valdés added that Spain is hoping to find an agreement with the EU so the country can start welcoming back tourists as soon as possible.
Speaking to Bloomberg TV, he said: "Right now we have discussions with our colleagues in the UK. "For us the British market is our main market.Read more on mirror.co.uk