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COVID-19 special measures

Barcelona Wine Week has protocols to minimize risk and guarantee the safety of all those attending the event. Following security measures will help us prevent and slow the spread of the virus. Furthermore, Fira de Barcelona has received international recognition for planning, management and application of the protocols against COVID-19.

Lear about the current measures and requirements to travel to Barcelona, access the venue and at the venue itself. The plan is under constant review to ensure the best approach for February 2022.

Your health is the most important!

1. Travel to Barcelona

Check the entry requirements according to the country of origin from which you are traveling, in addition to the restrictions established for the return. You can also know the measures that you must follow during your stay in Spain.

If you are flying to Barcelona, please check with your airline COVID-19 travel requirements.

The Spanish Government has implemented several measures to protect people’s public health, including the health control of passengers upon arrival in Spain. From this website www.spth.gob.es you can fill in the health control from and obtain your QR code to show it at the controls upon arrival in Spain. You must fill out the form 48 hours before your flight.

2. Access the venue

During the Barcelona Wine Week, to access the venue you must show the EU digital COVID certificate. The certificate is a document accrediting a person’s status regarding COVID-19.

The digital certificate name includes three equally valid accreditation options:

  • COVID-19 vaccination certificate.
  • COVID-19 Recovery Certificate.
  • Negative COVID-19 diagnostic test certificate.

If you are traveling from outside the EU, you can also show proof of your vaccination card from your country of origin.

3. Inside the venue

Inside the Barcelona Wine Week let’s all make meetings and business as safe as possible.

Masks.

Distancing.

Sanitazing.

Cleaning.

Ventilation.

Digitalization.

Capacity.