The British government has issued travel advice for holiday goers who are heading off to Spain this summer. Most travellers will have no issues as they soak up the sun and eat their weight in tapas but the government has released a list of safety tips. There was recently a shooting at a Benidorm nightclub and public order offences for rowdy football fans watching the World Cup. An increase in thefts and burglaries has also been reported. Read below to learn what to watch out for on your next Spanish holiday. Street thefts and police officer impersonations Holiday goers should be alert to the existence of street crime, especially thieves using distraction techniques, the Liverpool Echo reported. Thieves often work in teams of two or more people and tend to target money and passports. Don’t carry all your valuables in one place, and remember to keep a photocopy or scanned copy of your passport somewhere safe. Many people have their passports stolen while passing through airports, either on arrival in or departure from Spain. Take extra care to guard passports, money and personal belongings when collecting or checking in luggage at the airport, and while arranging car hire. There has… Read full this story
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