Threat levels are heightened in other holiday destinations.
After the terrible events that took place in Tunisia last week, British tourists who have holidays booked this summer are understandably beginning to panic.
The Foreign office has now changed its risk levels for Tunisia advising people not to travel to the south and western areas following the attack, and now the British Government have decided to heighten the risk of popular holiday destination Spain which sees over 12 million Brits travel to places such as Ibiza, Majorca, Barcelona and the Costa Del Sol.
The Daily Express reports: ‘A number of other holiday hotspots are currently on a general threat level, meaning places frequented by tourists are at risk of terrorism.
These include Greece, which receives a million British visitors each year, as well as Italy and west Africa’s Morocco.
Other popular destinations for Brits seeking sun have an underlying threat, meaning attacks are unlikely, include Croatia, Bulgaria and Portugal, which has over two million British visitors each year.’
Most travel agents are now allowing tourists to amend their holidays. If anyone is concerned about any holidays they may have booked in any of the new hotspot areas, please contact your travel agent for further information.
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