Seville was given the "Safe Travels" stamp

The WTTC launched the world’s first ever global safety stamp to recognise 'Safe Travels' protocols around the world.
Seville, Spain; is one of the first places in the world to be given the "Safe Travel" stamp by the World Travel and Tourism Council! This means, the city was one of the least affected places in Spain by the COVID-19, but also that the city has a safety protocol for both citizens and tourists. 
We are now just waiting for the international borders to open in July, to start welcoming tourists again.
Antonio Jimenez, The Congress and Tourism of Seville Managing Director, said: “Seville supports and applauds the Safe Travel Stamp initiative of the World Travel & Tourism Council, presented to the sector as a series of global protocols with the aim of restarting Travel and Tourism, which, without a doubt, will restore the confidence of travellers, and above all, will make travel safe again.“
Please stay updated on your country's traveling measures.
Stay safe, stay healthy!

World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Statement