Spain issues new law that could make summer holidays cheaper for Brits
The Daily Mirror says Spain holidays could be about to get a little cheaper for Brits thanks to a new law that’s come into force in the country.
Anyone who’s been to Spain will know that there’s some incredible food to be had (Hello paella!) but when you’re eating out, those food and drink costs can quickly add up.
However, Spanish authorities have issued a new law that could help keep some of the costs down. That’s because as of April 11, all bars and restaurants in the holiday hotspot are legally required to offer free tap water, as an alternative to bottled water which customers must pay for.
As reported by GlasgowLive, new regulations have come in stating: “Establishments in the hotel and restaurant sector will always have to offer consumers, customers or users of their services the possibility of consuming unpackaged water free of charge and complementary to the offer of the same establishment.”
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