Bulls to balconies: 10 travel warnings for Spain

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The Local - [email protected] • 8 Oct, 2014 Updated Wed 8 Oct 2014 17:30 CEST
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Many of us have a tendency to leave our brains at home when heading abroad on holiday, and with that in mind governments issue travel warnings covering everything from etiquette to, most recently, Ebola. Here are some of the most striking — and eccentric — warnings about Spain.


Spain is by most accounts a pretty safe place to travel, but that doesn't mean tourists don't sometimes land themselves in trouble.  

So what advice do foreign governments give their nationals about staying safe?

From recommendations about running with bulls to the dangers of jumping off balconies into swimming pools, The Local rounds up ten travel warnings about Spain issued by the foreign offices of countries around the world. 

Click here to see the gallery of top ten travel warnings about Spain



The Local 2014/10/08 17:30

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