Holiday makers jetting off to Spain will be forced to quarantine on their return, according to the Scottish Government
Residents in Spain’s northern city of Pamplona dressed up on Monday in white clothes and traditional red scarves to mark what should have been the start of their annual San Fermin festival, which was cancelled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The mayor of Barcelona does not want the city’s landmark statue of Christopher Columbus toppled but is open to a debate on Spain’s colonial legacy.
North-east holidaymakers have been happy to swap grey skies for family reunions and breaks in the sun.
The leaders of Spain and Portugal marked the reopening of their land border, more than three months after shutting it because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A wave of honking taxis took over a central Madrid avenue to demand limits on the number of pay-for-ride vehicles amid a slump in demand due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Borders have opened up across Europe after three months of coronavirus closures that began so chaotically in March.
Spain’s Balearic Islands are to allow thousands of German holidaymakers to fly in for a two-week trial to test how to balance the needs of Spain’s vital tourism industry with new regulations to curb coronavirus.
A Spanish foundation has awarded one of the country’s most prestigious awards to composers Ennio Morricone and John Williams for their film work.
Car giant Nissan has stressed its UK plant remains an “important part” of its business after announcing the closure of a factory in Spain.
Several thousand followers of Spain’s far-right Vox party gathered in their cars and on motorbikes in the centre of Madrid and other cities on Saturday to protest over the government’s handling of the nation’s coronavirus crisis.
Holidaymakers will be welcomed back to Spain “as soon as possible”, but only when safe to do so, the country’s foreign minister has said.
Exhausted ambulance workers in Spain said they fear a resurgence in coronavirus infections could mean another frantic period on the front line.
A world on lockdown: What measures are in place, when did they start and what cautious steps have been made towards normality?
As the UK Government prepares to publish its plans for gradually moving out of lockdown this week, we take a look at the first, tentative steps back to normality that are beginning to emerge from Europe.
Spaniards are exercising on the streets for the first time after seven weeks of coronavirus lockdown.
Ligue 1 became the second major European league to be cancelled after political intervention on Tuesday, but Spain’s LaLiga inched towards a possible resumption.
Some nations have started easing coronavirus lockdowns, each pursuing their own approach but all with a common goal to restart their economies without triggering a new surge of infections.
Seat has announced that it will be performing tests for coronavirus on its 15,000 employees in Spain.
Small shops reopened on Wednesday in Berlin as a few nations began easing coronavirus restrictions to restart their economies, but trepidation expressed by some workers and customers indicated a return to normality is still a long way off.
Governors across the US are devising plans to gradually reopen their economies without prompting a strong second wave of coronavirus.
A potentially deadly disease affecting olive trees in Europe could take a huge economic toll in the next five decades, researchers have said.
The absence of fresh coronavirus hot spots has a yielded a ray of optimism in global efforts against the disease, although a return to normality is unlikely anytime soon.
The spread of coronavirus in Spain is continuing to slow down.
People around the world celebrated Easter at a distance on Sunday, with most churches closed and family gatherings cancelled amid wide-ranging coronavirus shutdowns.
An Aberdeen man today told of his coronavirus hell in Spain – and said more needs to be done in Scotland to stop the spread.
A couple's celebratory holiday turned sour after their return flight was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Britons in Spain have been urged by the Foreign Office to return before March 24 when all Spanish hotels close.
The body of an Aberdeen kayaker missing in Spain for more than two months has been found 140 miles from where he was last seen.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg arrived in Madrid to join thousands of other young people in a march to demand world leaders take real action against climate change.
Greta Thunberg has arrived in Madrid to join thousands of other young people in a march to demand world leaders take real action against climate change.