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Tourist tax in Lanzarote

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Currently, no additional tourist tax is charged to tourists in Lanzarote. However, there are reports of the possibility of introducing a tourist tax – such solutions have already been implemented in Barcelona and the Balearic Islands, among others, in 2016.

The tourist tax, also known as a climate tax, is paid for a stay at a tourist destination. Most often, the tax is collected at the reception of the lodging establishment, upon check-in. It is not included in the price of accommodation, but is a separate charge. In Spain, the tourist tax ranges from 1 to 4 euros, depending on the standard of the hotel. Such taxes are also collected in Greece, among other countries.

Look also: Tourist tax in Gran Canaria

How much is the tourist tax in Lanzarote?

Tourists staying in Lanzarote, however, are exempt from additional fees. The Canary Islands, unlike the Balearic Islands, do not charge tourist taxes. There is also little indication that this is about to change, so when planning a vacation to Lanzarote, you don’t need to include tourist tax in your expenses yet.

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