Spain is rapidly becoming one of the most popular medical tourism destinations in Europe, especially for travelers from Western Europe and North America. There is no special provision of a medical visa to seek healthcare in Spain, so patients can travel on a tourist visa.
The Spanish Immigration Department and the Spanish government require travellers to poss a valid visa and an active passport while entering the Spanish territory. Here is a look at the visa requirements to enter Spain:
- Citizens of the European Union countries, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland do not require a visa to enter Spain.
- Citizens of Albania, Australia, Barbados, Brazil, Great Britain, Canada, Costa Rica, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, USA and Venezuela do not require a visa for a maximum period of 90 days.
**It is advisable to contact an embassy, consulate, or similar expert in visa requirements prior to traveling for medical care. Please click here
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