Barcelona is the sun-drenched, thriving city, perched on the edge of the Mediterranean. With its great weather, rich artistic and cultural history, good food and inexpensive wine, it’s no surprise that so many of us choose to holiday here.
Whether you’ve come for a weekend break, or a longer trip, there’s no doubt that Barcelona will leave you wanting more. However, before you set out to discover everything it has to offer, take some simple precautions to avoid suffering a travel accident.
What kind of travel accidents occur in Barcelona?
- Slips, trips and falls
City breaks often involve a lot of walking and a trip to Barcelona is no different, offering so many things to see and do. In order to ensure maximum enjoyment of your trip, choose comfortable, flat shoes, that won’t leave you with sore feet, or liable to suffering a slip, trip or fall in the busy streets.
- Road traffic accidents
Driving abroad can be a stressful experience, so in order to reduce your chances of suffering a road traffic accident while in Barcelona, use public transport or explore the city on foot. If you do choose to bring or rent a car, it’s a good idea to utilise a satellite navigation system, to avoid getting lost and having a car accident while exploring.
- Food poisoning
One of the best things about travelling abroad is the opportunity to sample new cuisine. This is no different in Barcelona, where plenty of delicious tapas, paella, and other traditional food will be on offer. In order to avoid a nasty bout of food poisoning ruining your trip, choose reputable restaurants, and always check that meat has been cooked satisfactorily before tucking in.
What should I do if I have had a travel accident in Barcelona?
If you have suffered a travel accident in Barcelona, such as a slip or fall, car crash, food poisoning or other, then Accident Advice Helpline can help. We have years of experience in the personal compensation claim industry, and can help you to make a successful injury claim.
We work on a 100 per cent no-win no-fee** basis, and our telephone lines are open 24/7, completely free of charge. There is no obligation to proceed with a claim by getting in touch with us, and our specialist advisors can be spoken to in complete confidence.
If you’ve suffered from an accident that wasn’t your fault, on holiday or elsewhere, get in touch with us today on 0800 689 0500, to see how much you could claim.
Date Published: April 27, 2015
Author: Accident Advice