European countries except Spain ease some border controls on Monday after coronavirus lock down. Spain, which isn’t ending restrictions on domestic travel for another week and will restart foreign tourism in full fledged from July 1. Tourists from the U.S., Asia, Latin American and the Middle East will just have to wait, for now.
The Schengen area of 22 EU countries plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland operates control-free crossings, but they have been mostly closed for three months to all but goods traffic and critical workers. Denmark is opening up only for tourists from Germany, Norway and Iceland and only if they can prove that they’re staying for at least six nights. Norway also is keeping shut its long border with Sweden.