I hope there are some expats or travellers in Spain that can help me out here.
I've got a great job offer in Barcelona and I'm due to move on the 1st of September. Everything is pretty much sorted and my family and I were excited to make the move but the terror attacks that took place last week have put a bit of a dampner on things. What is safety like in the city at the moment? Are the authorities on high alert? Do you feel safe living in Barcelona right now?
I am thinking of postponing the relocation but I worry this could jepordise my job prospects. What do you think? My most important prioraty is keeping my family safe.
Would be great to have your insights.
Thanks a million
There is definitely an air of discomfort in Europe in general. While there can be no guarantee that something similar won't happen in the future, it would be futile to spend your life in fear of something happening.
Where are you from? Have a read of our page on safety in Spain for some general tips on keeping your family safe.
Hope this helps!
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