La regulación municipal de las viviendas de uso turístico: soluciones a través del urbanismo

The boom in short-term rentals in Spain, over the last decade, has put the phenomenon at the center of public debate and has led many municipalities to consider the need to organize or limit them. This article analyzes, through the eyes of jurisprudence, the experiences accumulated in recent years through tourism legislation, local regulation and urban planning. The analysis of the different regulatory instruments, and particularly the examples of Barcelona and Bilbao, allows us to draw some useful conclusions and at the same time propose optimal regulatory solutions to address this phenomenon, making the «right to the city» or the «right to housing» compatible with the freedom to provide services ​
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