The Foreign Office has advised against all but essential travel to parts of Spain amid the coronavirus outbreak.
They have urged Brits not to travel to regions of Madrid, La Rioja and the municipalities of La Bastida, Vitoria and Miranda de Ebro.
A spokesman said: “We are advising against all but essential travel to the regions of Madrid, La Rioja and the municipalities of La Bastida, Vitoria and Miranda de Ebro.
“Airlines are continuing to run flights as normal to and from these areas.”
The decision comes as Spain is the second worst-affected country in Europe by the COVID-19 outbreak.
So far there have been nearly 4,000 cases in the country with 91 deaths.
Italy remains the worst hit, with the country now on lockdown amid 12,000 cases and more than 1,000 deaths.
The UK currently has nearly 600 cases and 10 deaths, although the number of cases is predicted to be around 10,000.
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