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Portugal to open to most European tourists from Monday

The Portuguese ministry stressed restrictions also remained on non-European countries including Brazil, India, and South Africa.

FILE: Portugal will open to tourists from nearly all European countries from Monday. Picture: © kadmy/123rf.com.

LISBON – Portugal will open to tourists from nearly all European countries from Monday, the interior ministry said, following months of restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The vacation hotspot hopes to jump-start a tourism comeback after one of the country’s most vital industries was brought to a standstill by the pandemic.

Travellers from most EU countries, the 26-nation Schengen Area, and the UK can make “all types of visits to Portugal, including even non-essential visits,” the ministry said in a statement on…

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