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Entry requirements and procedures

What documentation do you need to travel to Spain?

If you're a citizen of the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein: you'll need a valid passport or ID card. Minors must have an ID document and carry parental authorisation. If you're coming from another country: The maximum stay is 90 days. There are a number of countries whose citizens are required to have a valid current visa in order to enter Spain. You can check the list on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation. Citizens of all other countries must have documents to justify the object and conditions of their stay, and be in possession of sufficient economic resources for their maintenance throughout their stay in Spain. The documents that must be submitted will vary according to the motive of the trip. You can check this on the website of the Ministry of the Interior. More information: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation. List of countries that require a visa . Ministry of the Interior. Foreign Affairs Department .

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What products can be brought into Spain?

If you're travelling from a European Union country There are no limits when buying items for personal use; you will not be required to demonstrate this for quantities below 800 cigarettes, 400 mini-cigars, 200 cigars, 1 kg of tobacco, 10 litres of liqueurs, 20 of fortified wine, 90 of wine and 110 litres of beer. Sums of money in excess of 9.999 euros must be declared. If you're travelling from another country You cannot bring in foods of animal origin except for certain powdered baby milks or food required for medical reasons. Travellers from Croatia, the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland may bring in small quantities of meat and dairy products. You may carry items for personal use and gifts without them being considered commercial merchandise. This is judged by the customs service. Sums of money in excess of 6,010.12 euros must be declared. You can carry 200 cigarettes or 100 mini-cigars, or 50 cigars, or 250 grams of rolling tobacco; one litre of alcohol over 22% proof and two litres with a lower alcohol content; 50 g of perfume and 0.25 litres of eau de toilette.

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Are you travelling with your pet?

Animals must be accompanied by their owners or representatives, be duly identified, and have their accompanying animal health certificate, which should include a copy written in Spanish. Entry conditions may vary depending on the country of origin, and are different for three specific groups: dogs, cats and ferrets; pet birds; or other species. Muzzles are obligatory in some Spanish regions. Not all accommodation and establishments admit animals. Each municipality establishes the places, times of the year and times of day when dogs may be on the beach. The website of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and the Environment has information, models of certificates and passports, and information on requirements depending on your pet and your country of origin. More information: Animal health regulations What you need depending on your pet and country of origin

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What do you need to get married in Spain?

If two people of a nationality other than Spanish wish to marry in Spain they must go to the Civil Registry in the municipality where they want to celebrate the union. There you will be informed of the specific documentation required. As a general rule, you'll usually be asked to present the full birth certificates of both spouses along with certificates of marital status, voter registration cards (at least one spouse must be registered in Spain) and a photocopy of a valid national identification document, passport or residence permit. In Spain, same-sex civil marriages are permitted.