Don't let it flow: Tourists to Spain's Catalonia may soon see water restrictions in the dry season

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — The Spanish government Northeast Catalonia, affected by drought is considering imposing water restrictions on tourists in the region's driest areas if domestic consumption is not reduced, the Catalan government said on Tuesday.

The 100 liter (26 gallon) per tourist per day restriction for hotels would go into effect if a municipality fails to keep residents' domestic water use below established limits for three consecutive months under the current “emergency.” due to drought” in Catalonia, officials said.

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