To enter Spain, British tourists may be asked to prove that they can spend at least €100 per day.
Under post-Brexit rules, Spanish border officials can ask travellers to show that they have ‘economic resources’ to cover the cost of their trip.
This amounts to €100 for each day of their trip. They must also possess a minimum of €900 for their whole stay.
Brits have taken to social media to vent their fury, blasting the new regulations as “stupid”.
But the Spanish Tourism Office has hit back, pointing out that the rules have been in force since January – and that they aren’t “systematically applied” to every traveller.
So what exactly are
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