The Spanish vacation island Majorca, also the absolute favorite island of the Germans, plans for the next year the introduction of a tourist tax. At the latest in the autumn of next year, it is to be so far, as the tourism minister confirmed now once again.
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The Height And The Minimum Age Are Certain
Opposite the German-language “Mallorca newspaper” has the tourism minister of the Balearic Islands, Biel Barceló, explained that the tax is to be introduced at the latest next autumn. Planned are per vacationer from 14 years between one and two euros per day. One would like to consider however also the main and Nebensaison and offer there than different tariffs. The tax is expected to generate additional revenue of between 50 and 100 million euros a year.
How Will It Be Paid?
It is still unclear how the tax is to be paid by the vacationer, and the timing of its introduction also depends on this. If the tourist tax is to be paid in hotels or guesthouses, the introduction date is considered to be November 1, 2016. At the moment, however, the government is still examining whether tourists might be able to pay the tax at the airport. If this is possible, then the tourist tax would be introduced earlier. However, the minister has promised that the revenue from this tax will flow back into the Tourism will flow back into economy. A lot of things can be repaired with it, new attractions for vacationers can be created and everyone will have something from it.
Explanation Of The Difficult Words
The Balearic Islands balearic Islands are a group of islands in the western Mediterranean Sea and an autonomous community of Spain. The Balearic Islands include the islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera.
Tourism also called tourism, is an umbrella term for travel, the travel industry, and the hospitality and leisure industry.
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