Spain officially introduce a new restriction list on travel for British

 Friday, May 12, 2023 



Officials in Barcelona are forced to place restrictions on both tourists and locals at the Bunkers del Carmel after it becomes over- crowded by party goers.

However, the spot offers a better viewpoint of the Spanish metropolis and has become highly demanded during sunsets.

Unfortunately, drunken tourists have started using alcohol and drugs in this given area and many parts of Spain, and therefore the authorities have warned them with new rules that everyone should know.
Passports must be valid for at least 3 months. Though there is no need to have a visa to travel to countries in the Schengen area for up to 90 days in any 180 days without one.

However, a new rule for passports to be stamped now upon arrival or exit is to be followed to keep track of how long you have been there.

The Spanish government has also released new rules indicating that the UK needs to show they have enough money to enjoy their stay. Additionally, they have to provide proof of accommodation and evidence of a return flight or onward ticket.

Police in Ibiza and Majorca have been given powers to shut parties down and are able to issue fines, at the end of the night. If a party takes place in a protected natural space or too close to homes, everyone involved can be fined up to £25,000, local media reports.

Ibiza has now limited alcoholic drinks to six per day in all-inclusive hotels. Likewise, if you are in Spain, one has to head out, and it’s always worth double-checking dress codes for any restaurant or bar to avoid being turned away at the door.

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