Spain's Directorate General of Traffic plans to introduce breathalyser tests for pedestrians, in a bid to equal responsibilities between pedestrians and drivers. If you're planning to get wasted on your trip to Spain this summer, please beware.
As a phenomenally popular tourist destination, Spanish authorities come up with some weird policies to keep their nation safe. It's not too sure if this proposal will indeed see the light of day, but it definitely won't dissuade tourists from visiting this beautiful, beautiful nation. Don't believe us? Here's a glimpse of what to expect when you're in Spain.
Foodies will be spoiled for choice with a long list of chic restaurants, as well as budget, roadside carts (which serve the yummiest churros). Shopping addicts will enjoy a stroll down La Rambla, whereas football fans will make a beeline to see L'Estadi Camp Nou, the revered home of Futbol Club Barcelona.
While the Plaza del Mercado ―home to the Lonja, the Iglesia de los Santos Juanes, and the Mercado Central, are sterling examples of Gothic civil architecture in Europe, the City of Arts and Sciences complex is ultra-modern in nature, which would lead you to question whether you're indeed in the same city.