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COIN CON: Police in Spain Warn Residents and Holidaymakers to Check their Change

Read more + 6 Feb 2019

COIN CON: Police in Spain Warn Residents and Holidaymakers to Check their Change

SPAIN'S Guardia Civil police force is warning people to be on their guard for a coin switch which could leave them out of pocket. Officers have highlighted the fact that the Argentinian two peso coins can be easily mistaken for a one euro coin – but it is worth only a fraction at just €0.024. The law enforcement body has taken to social media to highlight the potential confusion between the...

The First Terrace

Read more + 29 Jan 2019

The First Terrace "with a view" of the Planes at the Airport of Alicante

The airport of Alicante-Elche will soon tender a restaurant offer that includes the novelty of opening a terrace of 130 square meters with "privileged" views to the aircraft parking platform and the runway for takeoff and landing. Sources of Spanish Airports and Air Navigation (AENA) have told Efe that this first and only terrace on the track will be part of a 317 square meter "sports bar...

First Motorway to Scrap the Tolls sees 58% Traffic Volume Hike

Read more + 29 Jan 2019

First Motorway to Scrap the Tolls sees 58% Traffic Volume Hike

TRAFFIC on the AP-1 motorway has rocketed by 58% since the government scrapped the tolls on December 1, giving an idea of what is yet to come when the next batch of pay-per-use highway franchises come up for renewal. Public works minister José Luis Ábalos opted to continue with the previous government's plans not to renew any of the toll contracts on Spain's motorways once they expired, and a...

Bank of Spain Ceases Minting €500 Notes

Read more + 29 Jan 2019

Bank of Spain Ceases Minting €500 Notes

THE BANK of Spain officially stopped minting €500 notes yesterday (Sunday) in line with a decision taken by the European Union in May 2016, but those still in circulation remain legal tender. They are expected to continue to be so indefinitely, and private individuals, shops, banks, offices, exchange bureaux and transport companies, among other entities, are still permitted to use the ones...

SLOW DOWN!: Spain reduces speed limits to 90kph from 29th January 2019

Read more + 28 Jan 2019

SLOW DOWN!: Spain reduces speed limits to 90kph from 29th January 2019

SPAIN will tomorrow (January 29) officially lower the speed limit on secondary roads from 100kph to 90kph. The Council of Ministers had approved the measure, which is designed to cut the death toll from road accidents, earlier this month. At the moment 66 per cent of road fatalities occur on secondary roads, about half of which are due to cars leaving the highway usually due to excessive...

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