No Tourist Tax In Andalucia

No Tourist Tax In Andalucia. The President of the Junta De Andalucia has said the tax will not be introduced here.

No Tourist Tax In Andalucia

No Tourist Tax In Andalucia

The president of the Junta De Andalucia, Susana Diaz, has announced that a tourist tax will not be implemented in the region.  Speaking at a press conference in Madrid she said “I have to think of everyone, not just those who are doing very well. A tourist tax is not going to help everyone and we are not going to implement it.”

Susana Diaz Andalucia

Susana Diaz is the President of the Junta De Andalucia

“Tourism is not a problem in Andalucia. It is an opportunity, a source of wealth, employment and well-being,” she continued.

Record Tourist Numbers Forecast

2018 is predicted to be a record year for tourism in Andalucia, with 30 million visitors expected.  This would be an increase of more than 4% on 2017’s impressive figures.  The region is prepared and ready to welcome this number of people Miss. Diaz announced at the conference.  She also said that Andalucia has out performed most regions in Spain in terms of tourism and growth,

Published: 19.01.2018

Written by Dave James

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