If you’ve got plans for summer vacation to any European Union destination, we suggest rethinking immediately as Europe plans on punishing holidaymakers this year.
According to reports from local media outlets, Europe is making sure citizens from the UK are left with nothing but sheer humiliation as sources revealed that holidaymakers are being asked if they’ve got the money to afford certain places like Spain.
But that’s not the only location on the list that’s being looked down upon as France and Germany are joining in too.
Spain’s new guidelines for travels have gone about outlining how funds may be in the form of cash, cheques, credit cards, or even foreign currency. Hence, if you’ve got it, then you can enter. But in case you can’t provide it, well, you’ll be bidding your travel holiday goodbye because you’ll be denied entry immediately.
The news, as you can probably imagine, has sparked widespread anger and outrage around the globe, as tourists feel it’s not only disgraceful to be treated in this manner but also a huge turn-off for those willing to travel and have a good time.
One witness was reportedly caught mentioning how they’ve never traveled to a place that’s out there to blame and shame them for not being ‘wealthy’ or ‘elite’ enough to enter.
Meanwhile, other angry citizens spoke about how it was nothing like a punch in the face or a kick in the teeth for those traveling with young children.
The news comes as Germany covered up for France by providing more support over a huge escalation of words regarding long queues seen at places like Dover and Folkestone.
Other than showing that they can hit the requirement of spending nearly 100 Euros a day, the policies are now asking tourists to prove that they’ve got 900 Euros to spare. Yikes, how’s that for a huge turn-off!