Spain wants to scrap 90 day rule for British tourists, allowing them to stay indefinitely

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Spain wants to scrap the 90-day limit for UK visitors, allowing them to stay in the country indefinitely. Non-EU visitors are allowed to visit Schengen area countries for 90 days in every 180 day period. But Spain is set to ask Brussels to relax this rule for British holidaymakers. The restriction works against Spain’s interests, Spanish Tourism Secretary Fernando Valdés said. “Unfortunately, [the rule] is not something Spain has established by itself or can get rid of,” he told the i newspaper. Global air travel has reached 74% of pre-pandemic levels. Which region has had the biggest rebound?…

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