Heading to Mallorca? Get ready to sign "Code of Conduct"

They decided to pacify the “noisy” tourists on the island of Mallorca. Now, when checking into a hotel, you will have to sign the “Code of Conduct”.

In fact, as writes writes UNIANreferring to the publication in Express, the problem is long overdue and has reached its climax. Tired of incidents with inadequate tourists and desperate to wait for the reaction of local authorities, hotel owners decided to take non-standard measures.

Every year during the tourist season, Mallorca suffers from the “charms” of tourist activity. Alcohol warms it up – illegal parties are held on the streets and alcohol is widely offered for promotions – “buy a drink, and get the second one for free.”

But what can I say, already on the way to the hotels, tourists begin to “libations” – the carriers generously offer them to “relax” during the transfer. The result, as they say, is visible to the naked eye – tourists arrive to check in drunk, and this is even at best. Some generally hardly understand what is required of them at the reception. David Cervera from the Association of Residents of the Town of Llucmajor in Mallorca says:

“When tourists get together and drink, they are unstoppable. They end up setting beach umbrellas on fire and smashing trash cans. And there are fights.”

So the “code of conduct” is designed to restore order and rein in especially violent ones. How it will turn out in reality – time will tell, writes BB.LV.

As our publication reported, last Monday the municipality of Athens closed 4 nightclubs in Gazi. In a radio interview, the Mayor of Athens, Kostas Bakoyannis, warned that the municipality would exhaust all possibilities provided by the law to cope with the huge inconvenience caused to permanent residents of the area. They are disturbed by the noise and music, which far exceeds the allowed time, as well as the legal decibels.



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