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Spain holidays: The laws British tourists should watch out for in Spain – fines up to £60k

Britons trying ‘balconing’ in Spain’s Balearic islands could possibly be fined as much as 60,000 euros (£49,940).

Fines apart, vacationers ought to by no means try and climb on balconies as they may put themselves and others in excessive hazard.

Though smoking is pretty widespread in Spain, the nation has a few of Europe’s hardest anti-smoking legal guidelines.

Smoking is banned on some seashores in Spain, together with in Barcelona, the Balearic islands and the Canary islands.


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