Leave a photocopy of your passport with your family in the UK
Fill in the last page of your passport with your emergency contacts
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When you arrive, make sure you:
Lock your valuables in one of the lockers available on site
If camping, don’t leave anything valuable in your tent
Carry a photocopy of your passport with you and leave the original locked away
Have one of your cash cards and some cash separate from the rest of your valuables just in case
Be extra careful in large crowds, keep your cash in a zipped pocked or bag
Follow the instructions of the event organisers and Spanish Police whenever necessary
After it’s over, be extra vigilant:
Bear in mind you will be tired, which makes you more vulnerable
Don’t fall asleep on the beach if you have your valuables on you
Public transport can be busy so give yourself plenty of time to get to the airport or to get your train
If something goes wrong:
Your local Consulate is available to offer help and support if you have been hospitalised, arrested or are a victim of crime. You can call us on 0034 913 342 194 if you need help, advice or an Emergency Passport.
Don’t forget that the festival organisers can also support you. Go to one of the information points, or contact the Red Cross (Cruz Roja) for more information.
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