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Spanish airports to ditch liquid limits in hand luggage from 2024
The new 3D X-ray scanners can detect what is inside your bag in more detail.
Spanish police recover stolen 100-year-old Dalí drawings in Barcelona
Spanish police recovered two 100-year-old drawings by Salvador Dalí that were stolen during a burglary in Barcelona last year. They arrested three brothers in their 50s and seized the Dalí drawings that were created in 1922 for a book called "Les Gràcies de l'Empordà."
Brazilian footballer Dani Alves arrested on charges of sexual abuse
Brazilian football player Dani Alves was arrested on Friday after being accused of sexually abusing a woman in Spain. Charges he denies
Explore Catalonia on this epic 2,000 km circular tour
Travel like a 19th century aristocrat on this epic 2,000 km tour of one of Spain’s most famous regions.
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The Spanish city first introduced an extra tourist tax in 2012 to attract ‘quality’ tourism.
Dozens try to flee after woman 'fakes labour' to get plane to land
Fourteen passengers are still on the run.
More than 150 'lightly hurt' as two trains collide near Barcelona
Emergency services treated more than 150 people but none with serious injuries, authorities said, after two trains collided in Montcada i Reixac, north of Barcelona.
Spanish school kids are ‘jumping out of bed’ to join this bike bus
Barcelona’s ‘bicibus’ isn’t just a route to school for more than 700 people - it’s also a lesson in sustainable transport.
Activists protest Coke's COP27 sponsorship at Barcelona's Egypt Museum
Environmentalists throw fake blood and oil on exhibitions at the Egyptian Museum of Barcelona to protest Coca-Cola's sponsorship of COP27 in Egypt.
Why you should get a tech job in Barcelona
Barcelona has emerged as an important tech hub, attracting workers and investment. Here’s why it’s becoming an attractive spot.
Thriving cities of the future will get people to walk everywhere
While COVID encouraged being outdoors more, the cities which make it easier for citizens to walk will enjoy the many economic and health benefits.
The magical bird photos inspiring dancers, architects and scientists
10 years since starting his celebrated ‘Ornithographies’, Xavi Bou discusses the impact of climate change on bird migrations.
Barcelona thief caught on camera as city cracks down on pickpockets
The Catalonian capital announced a plan to tackle pickpockets back in May. But is it working?
Spain marks five years since terror attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils
Sixteen people were killed and dozens more injured during two days of terror in 2017.
EasyJet strikes: Spanish pilots kick off first day of August walkout
Three 72-hour walkouts are expected to take place this month at EasyJet's Spanish bases.
Spain strikes: Urgent warning to anyone with Ryanair flights booked
Cabin crew have begun five months of strike action but Ryanair believes it will have minimal impact on flights.
Barcelona prosecutors seek 8-year prison term for Shakira
Spanish prosecutors will ask a court to sentence Colombian pop star Shakira to eight years and two months in prison, if she is convicted in her expected trial for alleged tax fraud.
The European capital with the most spas might surprise you
Are you ready to put R&R front and centre of your holiday? You won’t go far without falling into a spa in these European cities.
Barcelona tackles overtourism with city centre restrictions
Guided tours in Barcelona will have capped numbers and limited routes under new restrictions to combat overtourism.
Marseilles trials new beach permit system to tackle overtourism
Marseille is the latest European destination trialling dramatic measures to limit overtourism.