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Taxi strikes that were due to take place in Barcelona on July 29 and 31 have been moved. The 24-hour strike will now take place on July 27.

A slow march is planned, which will immobilise the infrastructure around Barcelona el Prat airport and Port of Barcelona, interfering with cruise passengers. 

Agents should advise clients that it will be difficult to get in and out of the airport during the strike. 


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