RULES FOR TRAVELLING IN EUROPE FOR EACH COUNTRY
Due to the situation created by the CoViD19 pandemics several Europeans countries have installed several travelling restrictions measures.
However the measures taken are different in each country which makes travelling inside of the E.U. confusing.
Here are the measures taken by the date of June 18th by each country:
Spanish borders will be open from June 21st and the free circulation with Portugal will be restored from August 1st. No self-quarantine is required after the mentioned dates. Inter-regional travelling within Spain will be allowed from phase 3 or from June 22th.
By the date of 18/06/2020 they only allow the entry of citizens of the E.U. and Schengen (and their family members), U.K., Canada, Venezuela, Angola, Mozambique, East Timor, Sao Tomé and Principe, Cape Green, Equatorial Guinea, Brazil (only Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro) Guinea- Bissau and South Africa. The visas for other passports holders are currently suspended.
Allows free movement within all French territories with restrictions to overseas territories – travelling for work or for family reasons is allowed. Restrictions might be uplifted from June 22nd.
All travelers need to fill out a declaration of not having any CoViD19 symtpoms.
The rest of the countries you can check them out here :