Before the cold winter weather, when the British are likely to seek vacations in a sunny destination, the Foreign Office has updated its advice on travel warnings in the United Kingdom for several countries, including Spain, France and Portugal.
We include, below, your travel advice for some of the main destinations for tourists, as reported by ‘My London’.
Heavy rains and thunderstorms are forecast with the possibility of flash flooding throughout Spain (especially in Catalonia, the Balearic Islands, the Basque Country, Cantabria and Asturias). There could be damage to property, infrastructure and travel disruption. Follow the advice of local authorities.
There have been large demonstrations in some parts of Barcelona and other areas of the region of Catalonia in relation to the political developments there. Some demonstrations have become violent, and protesters caused property damage and transportation disruption.
More meetings and demonstrations are likely to be held and those destined to be peaceful may intensify could become dangerous.
If you are in an area where demonstrations are held, you must remain alert, follow the advice of local authorities and quickly move away to a safe place if there are signs of disorder.
There are also demonstrations that you should consider in some parts of France. Some protests linked to the yellow vest movement, gilets jaunes, They continue throughout the country, usually on Saturdays. If the demonstrations become violent, a strong police or gendarmerie presence is expected.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said: ‘motorists traveling through France may continue to experience some delays or blockages caused by local protesters; you must drive with cautionorn since protesters may be present on roads, highways and toll booths. '
"In any case, demonstrations should be avoided whenever possible and follow the advice of local authorities."
Many Britons traveled to Portugal for the Rangers FC Europa League match against Porto FC on Thursday, October 24.
Those traveling to Porto should consult the dedicated councils page of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for advice during the duration of their stay.
The Foreign Office warned of the adverse weather typical of the United States at this time of year. In this regard, they have stressed that ‘the hurricane season in the Atlantic normally runs from June 1 to November 30. The hurricane season in the Pacific runs from May 15 to November 30. '
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