SPAIN is among a number of holiday hotspots that the British foreign office has identified as at ‘high risk’ of a terrorist attack.
A report by the foreign office states that there is ‘currently a high threat from terrorism and attacks’ in tourist hotspots in Europe and North Africa.
Thousands of British holidaymakers are now trying to cancel or change their holiday plans, following the tragedy in Tunisia, which saw at least 30 Brits killed.
The Spanish authorities are taking measures to protect visitors, but the foreign office has urged those travelling abroad to be ‘vigilant’.
Other countries determined as ‘high risk’ include France, Turkey, Tunisia and Egypt.