How much alcohol can you bring through Customs?

A California resident or any other person crossing the international border via common carrier may bring in a reasonable quantity of alcoholic beverages (up to five cases or 60 liters) provided the beverages are for personal or household use.

What is the alcohol allowance into Spain?

EU. Travelers entering Spain from any EU country may take in the following generous quantities of alcohol and tobacco: 200 cigars, 3,200 cigarettes, 400 cigarillos, 10 litres of spirits, 110 litres of beer, 20 litres of fortified wine and/or 90 litres of wine.

Does the Canary Islands have the 6 drink rule?

Does the six drinks rule apply also in Tenerife and the Canary Islands? No, the six drinks rule is not in place in the Canary Islands.

What is the alcohol allowance in Canary Islands?

How much alcohol can you bring into Tenerife?

Customs rules. 1 litre of spirits with an alcohol content of over 22% or 2 litres of sparkling wine. 4 litres of still wine.

What is the duty free allowance in the Canary Islands?

Canary Islands duty free200 cigarettes, 100 cigarillos, 25 cigars or 250g of other tobacco products. 1L of spirits. 2L of fortified wine (such as sherry or port), sparkling wine or any other drink that is less than 22% volume. In addition you may also bring back 1L of beer or 4L of still wine.

Can I pack alcohol in my carry-on?

Alcohol less than 24% alcohol by volume (ABV) or 48 proof, like most beers and wine: For carry-on you are limited to containers of 3.4oz or less that can fit comfortably in one quart-sized, clear, zip-top bag. If it's overflowing from the bag, that isn't comfortable. Please remember, one bag per passenger.

Can I put duty free alcohol in hand luggage?

Wine and hard alcohol in your carry-on or cabin baggage is generally NOT allowed. This is because liquids in quantities larger than 100 ml (3.4 oz.) cannot be placed in your carry-on. An exception to the carry-on rule is made for wine and other spirits purchased in duty-free stores beyond security checkpoints.

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