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Cost of Living in Spain

    An average restaurant per person bill is 12€. A glass of beer or wine at a bar is 1.50€. A tapa is 2€."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on costs of living in Spain, including the basic necessities and a rough guide for estimating your costs.
TIE, NIE, DNI, NIF, CIF, Social Security

    This, of course, does not mean you get automatic residency in Spain, nor will it make it any easier to get residency."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on getting your TIE, NIE, social security number and other forms of identification for expat residents of Spain.
Spanish Citizenship and Dual Nationality

    To obtain Spanish citizenship you will need to swear loyalty to the King and promise to obey the Spanish Constitution and laws.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about the different paths to becoming a Spanish citizen, how to apply for Spanish nationality, and issues regarding dual nationality.
The Nitty-Gritty of the Comunidad de Propietarios

    A property owner might find that the committee insists on the removal of a new addition simply because the colour or design does not comply....
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... In-depth information about the Comunidad de Vecinos refering to the legal powers and responsibilities of both the committee and the Administrator. The Budget. Complaints and problems with the neighbours. It is based on the Spanish law known as Ley de Propiedad Horizontal.
Emergency Telephone Numbers in Spain

    Before we go any further, please memorize this number: 112.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Contact information for emergency services with the police department, fire department, ambulance and your embassy, and in case of domestic abuse and credit card theft. A short guide to Spain's emergency services.
Buying and Selling a Second Hand Car in Spain

    The car might be for sale because the owner knows about an ITV problem that is not obvious...
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... This article is about the processes involved in buying and selling second hand cars in Spain. It will also look briefly at some of the pitfalls and problems to avoid, concentrating mostly on the buyer's point of view. As a seller, it would obviously be in your best interests to prepare things so that a buyer of a second hand car in Spain can actually buy your car.
University Exchange Programs in Spain

    If your university of choice in Spain does not have an existing relationship with your home university there are a couple of options available in order to still be able to attend that particular school.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about applying for exchange programs in Spanish universities, how to transfer credits, taking the selectividad exams and the best places to do an exchange program in Spain.
Spanish Traffic Accident Reports

    Firstly, we need to know that the Spanish insurance accident report form is the standard form, folded in two, with a blue outer cover that says ...
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... This article is about the correct way to fill the Traffic accident Report form in the event of a road accident. You might find it useful to print and keep with you in the car.
Villas in Spain

    Villas are generally rented by the month, although you can ask about a year-long contract if this would be of interest to you.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information and tips about holidaying in, renting, and buying a villa in Spain.
Pregnant in Spain!

    Someone who is not entitled to social health care has the option of getting private care, which requires paying a monthly fee for private coverage .
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about the pregnancy process in Spain, how to get health insurance, finding out your benefits and rights and help for getting the best pre natal and post natal care
Moving to Spain

    As soon as you arrive in Spain...show your new address to the Oficina de Empadronamiento in order to get your Alta de Residencia and your Certificado de Empadronamiento, good for free public health care..."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about moving to Spain and annecdotal advice for those about to move. Moving/removal companies, different services, lists of boxes, shipping, customs, ports, valuating your goods, and getting your empadronamiento for expatriates in Spain.
Moving to Spain: To Do List

    ...find out or ask your agent about where to move to where there's a large expat community - this is generally where you'll want to be, at least initially."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... The Moving to Spain TO DO list (checklist) of things you will need to take care of before moving/ relocating. Information and preparations like: learning Spanish, business, visa, changing your home residency status, getting health insurance, a foreign bank account, purchasing electronics, and finding accommodations.
Importing Pets to Spain

    The cage or carrier in which the animal is travelling must be labelled with the name, address in Spain, and phone number of the owner or the owner’s representative."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about how to import animals and pets into Spain. Includes: certifications, verterinarians' certificates, regulations, pet passports, most specifically importing pets from the US and Canada. Also note the regulations for owning a dangerous animal.
Importing Cars

    If you spend more than 6 months in Spain then we recommend you register and insure your car here, ie. importing."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about importing cars and vehicles into Spain from the UK and North American (Canada, US). Read about insurance, residency status and your license, shipping information, getting estimates for vehicle removals to Spain and the taxes associated with importing cars.
Furniture and Furnishing Your Home in Spain

    The entire western world lives in an Ikea household it would seem. If that doesn’t bother you, then it can be your one-stop-furniture-shop on the cheap too.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... The what, where and how much of moving and buying furniture, furnishing and decorating your new home in Spain.
Cheap Flights to Spain

    ...an intercontinental flight taking you from your origin to your destination can be a wonderfully relaxing opportunity to catch up on some reading. I'm a little disappointed, however, that they don't all offer entirely complimentary refreshments."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about cheap flights and airlines that service Spain. There are many options and potential pitfalls; we provide information based on our personal experience about flying to Spain, and a note about flying into Spain and your legal status.
Cita Previas and Getting Your TIE

  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... If it feels like you've spent all your extra time and Friday mornings clicking through to make a cita previa for your TIE or fingerprints appointment, you're not alone. Instead, try emaling your local office to share your grief and ask for an appointment!
Learning Spanish, Important Lessons for Expats

    Many city governments and provincial governments in Spain offer courses as a service for immigrants, quite often for free."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on learning Spanish for foreigners and expatriates. Free options, schools and other ways to learn the local language are all discussed.
The Best Ways to Learn Spanish

    It's like training a muscle.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Tools to learn Spanish effectively. For every level.
Sworn Translations in Spain

    A sworn translation is a legal document.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Everything you'd ever want to know about sworn translations in Spain.
Castellano vs. Español

    Non-Spaniards sometimes affectionately refer to the Castillian "th" pronunciation of the "c" and "z" as a lisp.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about some of the differences between the Castillian Spanish of Spain (Castellano) and Latin American Spanish (Español).
The Languages of Spain: More Than Spanish

    Catalan is the native language of over 40% of Catalunya’s population and is the day-to-day language of over 50%."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... A look at the variety of languages in Spain (including Basque, Catalan, Galician, and Valencian), the status of official languages in Spain, and how to say some simple phrases in these languages.
Certifying Your Language Skills

    Sometimes just saying you speak Spanish isn’t enough.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... It’s all about proving what you know: here you’ll find information about the language certifications available for Spanish, Basque, Catalan, Galician, and Valencian.
The Best Ways to Learn Spain’s Other Languages

    Prices are low and so classes tend to fill up rather quickly at the Official Schools of Languages.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Ideas and resources to help you learn or improve your knowledge of the Basque, Catalan, Galician, and Valencian languages.
Spanish Slang

    Slang you may not find in your dictionary
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Spain Expat's quick guide to everyday Spanish slang and informal vocabulary you may or may not find in your dictionary. As with most slang, these Spanish slang words are largely the province of informal situations.
Currency Exchange and Solutions for Expats

    Bank transfer: This is the best way if you need more money than an ATM machine can manage."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on exchanging currency from sterling and dollars to euros for expatriates living in Spain.
Taxes in Spain

    Income taxes in Spain should be paid between May 1 and June 30 for the previous year’s income.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on income taxes and income tax rates in Spain, paying tax in Spain, special taxes, VAT/IVA, double taxation, taxes on property and real estate, and US forms and publications for expatriates living in Spain.
Banks in Spain: Foreigners, Spanish Bank Accounts

    ... be aware that when you go to a local bank to open your account, the employee probably won't speak English, and won't have experience in this type of account..."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Banks and banking for expatriates living in Spain. Includes information about: accounts for foreigners, Transferwise, Revolut, VISA cards, debit cards, transaction fees, online banking, cajas and foreign-owned banks.
Spain, So Just How Much Are We Talking About?

    In Spain, the average costs of buying, with a mortgage equal, are circa 10% of the purchase price.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... A great article from Mark Wilkens of the Rights Group regarding the actual costs of buying property in Spain 2007.
Spain Returns to the Peseta

    But what might happen if the worst were to pass: the collapse of the Euro and a return to the peseta?
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... What would happen in a worst case scenario and Spain were to return to the Peseta? Is this even likely?
Business in Spain

    With a dynamic European economy characerized by strong economic growth, Spain is the world's ninth largest economy and is responsible for half the new jobs created in the European Union recently.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about business in Spain and Spain’s economy, including Spain’s business outlook and key business opportunities and pitfalls.
Five Ideas for Supporting Yourself in the Spanish Economy

    Learn your competitive advantage.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Spain Expat presents five ideas for making a living in Spain and how to go about it.
Start a Business in Spain

    It’s your business’ first asset in Spain.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Essential steps, tips and practical advice to start a business in Spain.
Business Etiquette in Spain

    Trying a little can go a long way.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Learn essential business etiquette and business culture in Spain. Topics include greeting, dress, table manners, time and scheduling, and space.
Start a Bar in Spain

    So you won't have to reinvent the wheel...
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Here you’ll find practical information on starting a bar in Spain, including tips on buying an existing bar and starting a bar in Spain from the ground up.
Business Taxes in Spain

    Nonresident companies in Spain are only taxed on their Spanish income.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on Spain’s main business taxes – Company Tax, IAE tax, and VAT – as well as other business-related taxes and Spain’s tax year.
The Types of Business Entities in Spain

    The Sociedad Civil doesn’t actually need to become an "official" business except in certain cases...
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Here you'll find general legal, financial, and set-up information on the ten types of business entities for companies in Spain.
English Church Services in Spain

    Some of the most beautiful cathedrals in the world can be found here..."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Spain Expat's list of English speaking churches in Spain
Shopping! in Spain

    Euro stores, sometimes called Chinos, like dollar stores in North America, offer great deals on all the little home articles you'll need.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about where and how to shop for groceries, expat goods and other important items for expats in Spain.
Spanish Cultural Commentary

    Americans are obsessed and stressed about work -- individual achievement there is the measure of self-worth."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Spain Expat's cultural notes. The culture of Spain and cultural differences discussed by expatriates living in Spain.
Spanish Recipes and Cuisine

    Even with the proliferation of fast food chains and the almost complete disappearance of the mythical after-lunch siesta, a Spanish lunch is still a rather leisurely affair.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Spanish recipes, information about Spanish cuisine, and reasons why you should cook Spanish food at home. The anatomy of a Spanish lunch and recipes for Spanish classics tortilla de patata and sangría.
Spanish Holidays

    It’s not uncommon to find shops and businesses closed for the entire month (probably 70%) and many city dwellers travel to the country to stay with family and friends.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... When Do You Get Time Off In Spain? A Great Guide to Spain's National and Regional Holidays - information about both regional and national holidays throughout the country, focused on how Spain celebrates and explaining the significance of some of Spain's prominent holidays.
The Vegetarian’s Survival Guide to Spain

    Let this be an opportunity to participate in the grand tradition of the Spanish tapas crawl.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... How to survive - and thrive - as a vegetarian in Spain's markets, tapas bars, restaurants, and while traveling.
Fiestas in Spain

    Whether based on religious devotion or the secular love of a good party, Spain organizes festivals like few can...
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about the best Fiestas in Spain. Where they are at what time of year and how to prepare for the best parties in the country.
Weather in Spain

    The not-to-be missed season of open-air terrazas and music festivals
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... An overview of the weather in Spain, including information on Spanish weather by season, region, and major city. Also learn about the author's favorite times and places to be in Spain.
You know you’ve lived in Spain when….

    You prefer UHT milk.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... A humorous look at how one's view of life, and life itself can change after living for a while in Spain.
Spanish Art & Culture

    Spain has a very rich literary tradition.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... An introduction to Spanish art and culture – past and present – including architecture, dance, fashion, film, literature, music, painting, and sculpture.
Jewish Spain

    Synagogues, kosher restaurants and community centers are springing up across the country with more being established every year.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... This article is about being Jewish in Spain; where to eat, pray and go to see Jewish monuments. It also focuses on the history of the Jews in Spain from before the Spanish inquisition until present day.
Getting Married in Spain - Non-EU Foreigners Marrying a Spaniard

    You have decided to tie the knot with your Spanish honey. The first thing you need to do is get all your US paperwork in order.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... A quick guide for what you will need to get married to a Spaniard as a non-EU citizen. This is based on a Madrid-based experience with a US citizen.
Skiing In Spain

    Spain also boasts one of the largest indoor ski resorts in Europe allowing you to ski 365 days a year no matter what the weather or ability level.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Who Told You To Leave The Gear Behind? This is your guide to some of the best skiing in Spain, especially for expat ski bums who might be looking for a seasonal job at a ski resort in Spain.
Schengen Visa for Spain: The Tourist Visa

    You do not need to apply for a Schengen tourist visa to travel to Spain and the Schengen area if you meet the following conditions…
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... The most up-to-date guide on the Schengen tourist visa, category C on the web, and for those traveling to Spain in particular.
The Hottest Way To Find Spanish Love

    With over eight million singles in Spain, the country has jumped on the online dating bandwagon and it is now the third-most popular way of finding a partner, after friends and co-workers
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about online dating in Spain. Where to look, the best way to write a profile and overall tricks of the trade for online spanish dating.
Consumer Complaint Forms / Hojas de Reclamaciones

    It isn't a magic wand, but very often it works like one ....
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... This article is about what are, and how to use, the official consumer complaint forms, known as Hojas de Reclamaciones, which allow any consumer who has a complaint against a Spanish restaurant, bar, shop, service provider, and many other businesses, to enter the complaint officially and easily.
Dating in Spain

    Some people are definitely looking to get hitched, despite the divorce rate these days (which, is coincidentally only 17% in Spain compared to over 50% in the UK , USA , Canada and Australia)."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about dating in Spain, including online dating sites, dating ideas, relationships, and insight into the dating scene in Spain.
EU Residency in Spain for EU Citizens

  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... How to obtain Spanish residency for EU citizens, their spouses and their non-EU family members: the registration certificate (certificado de registro) and the EU-family member residence card (tarjeta de residencia de familiar de ciudadano de la Unión) revealed
Filing Taxes as a US Expat in Spain

    Americans must file a US tax return, regardless of where they live.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about filing taxes for Americans in Spain, including filing Spanish taxes, filing US taxes, tax rates, special tax rates, income credits, residency determination and typical scenarios.
Spain Telephones, Telefonica & Cheap Calls from Spain

    Note that only 900 numbers are toll-free; 90x numbers are not."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on both local calling and cheap calls internationally. Telefonica, Re-seller phone services, phone cards, and long distance calling from cellular/mobile phones.
Where to live in Barcelona

    If you like looking at schlong and boobs then this is your spot. Other highlights of Poble Nou include the big penis building, known as Monumental (coincidence?)
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... A guide to where to live in Barcelona according to The Expatriator, originally written in 2007 and recently updated.
Health Care and Medical Insurance in Spain

    That said, you can occasionally "beat the system" with luck and persuasion. "
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on expat health insurance, public and private health care in Spain, as well as and international travel medical and health insurance.
North American Cultural Ambassadors

    If you’re craving the Spanish sun, sangria and laissez-faire lifestyle, but are having trouble cutting through immigration’s red tape (which has tightened it’s reins over the years), the Spanish government might have a solution…
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... A unique, paid teaching opportunity with a temporary visa for Spain
Camping in Spain

  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... This article talks about some basic considerations when looking for camp sites in Spain, and about camping in Spain generally.
English-language news and newspapers in Spain for expats

  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Spain Expat's list of English media sources from Spain targetting expatriates living in Spain.
VoIP in Spain: Vonage, Skype and Other VoIP Providers

    The only difference is the lower phone bills.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... VoIP allows you cheap calls home and to receive them for free, but how can you get the service here in Spain? Here we provider information about getting VoIP from Skype, Vonage and other providers via your Internet connection.
Getting Your University Degree Recognized in Spain: Homologation and Professional Recognition

  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... How to get your degree recognized in Spain through the homologation process (homologación) or the professional recognition process (reconocimiento professional).

Embassies and Consulates for English Speaking Countries

    ...should give you an idea of what to expect or not expect from yours."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Spain Expat's helpful list of embassies and consulates for your home country and Spain. Includes American, Canadian, British, Irish, Australian, and Dutch embassies in Spain.
How to Write a Great Spanish-Style CV or Resume

    Now you're ready to start writing your CV."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... The nuts and bolts of writing a great CV for use in Spain. In this time of economic hardship, you need every competitive edge. Get your CV/resume right for job hunting in Spain.
Workers’ Rights in Spain

  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about workers’ rights in Spain: contracts, hours, paid time off, paid vacations, unions, dealing with problems, and other topics.
Resources for the English Teacher in Spain

  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... A comprehensive list of REAL resources for English teachers plying their trade in Spain covering everything from acronyms and lesson planning to grammar reference and peer support.
Empadronamiento in Spain: Registering in Your Community

    Consider this your first step to integration into Spanish life.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about local registration in Spain (empadronamiento) and getting yourself registered with your city (empadronado). Discussion of the benefits of empadronamiento to you and the city in which you live in Spain, essential empadronamiento vocabulary, how and where to get empadronado, required documents, renewal, and moving.
The Top 7 Ways to Meet Spaniards

    Rest assured that somewhere in Spain there’s a club for it.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Spain Expat’s best 7 suggestions for meeting people in Spain.
Top 7 Signs You’ve Integrated in Spain

  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... A tongue-in-cheek crash course in Spanish culture.
7 Things Every Expat in Spain Should Know

    The dirty little secret that’s not so secret..."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Essential information about living in Spain that you may or may not know, but probably should.
Beaches in Spain

    D’en Bossa Beach is one of Spain’s main party beaches and a stone’s throw away from the clubs and keepers of the famous Ibiza sound on Spain’s riotous island of Ibiza.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about Spain’s beaches, Spain’s main types of beaches, the Balearic and Canary Islands as beach destinations, and tips for going to nudist beaches in Spain.
Doctors in Spain

    ...be sure to make a list of the receipts and verifications needed for costs reimbursement."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about doctors in Spain including both public doctors through the public clinic system and making private doctors appointments. See the extensive list of English speaking doctors in Madrid, Barcelona and Malaga, Spain.
The EU Blue Card in Spain

    Start looking for jobs.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about the special European Union work and residence visa scheme for highly-skilled non-EU citizens called the EU Blue Card, including the requirements for, the benefits of, and how to apply for the EU Blue Card.
Student Visas for Spain

    One-year student visas may be extended. Six-month student visas may not.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about student visas in Spain: the different types, the requirements, and how to obtain one. Also, the rules about working on a student visa.
Arraigo: Staying Legal in Spain When All Else Fails

    You’re now looking for a way to legally extend your time in Spain. What to do?
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about obtaining permission to stay in Spain through arraigo social (social ties) or arraigo laboral (economic ties), including what this means, eligibility requirements and application procedures.
Social Security in Spain

    You will need to be part of the Social Security system.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about Social Security in Spain. How to get a Social Security number in Spain and where to get it. How much Social Security costs. Healthcare, unemployment, and retirement benefits.
Voting in Spain

    Keep in mind that if you can vote in Spain, then you can run for office too!"
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Voting as a foreigner: Who can vote in Spain's elections and how to register to vote. Voting from abroad: Who can and how to vote in your home country's elections.
Teach English in Spain: Teaching TEFL/TESOL, TEFL Courses

    ... we advise you to start your adventure in teaching and your new life in Spain by taking a TEFL course.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Our first part of five articles providing information about teaching English in Spain. Discussion of TEFL, TESOL, certificates, TEFL school accreditation, and what to expect from your TEFL course.
Teaching English in Spain: Teaching In the Black

    Even without the visa there are opportunities in the still strong black money market
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Part 3 of our 5 article series on teaching English in Spain. Information on teaching "in the black", meaning illegally, with or without papers, but under the radar of the Spanish tax and immigration system.
Teach English in Spain: Teaching at Summer Camps

    Most teachers will be able to save at least 1000 € per month of camp...
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Part 5 of 5 articles about teaching English in Spain. Summer camps provide some of the best opportunities for English teachers during the summer months. Here we provide information on the whats, hows and whys of English summer camps for teachers in Spain.
Teaching English in Spain

    This may be a discouraging but realistic perspective on TEFL/TESOL English teaching in Spain.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... If you're thinking of teaching English in Spain, read these articles first, adventure later.
Apartments in Spain

    ... due to the real-estate boom generated by foreign investment over the last few years, the prices have risen rather dramatically."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on renting apartments in Spain. Includes comparative information on furnished, unfurnished apartments, finding a room to rent with flatmates, and factors that affect the price of apartments in Spain.
Visa for Spain

    ...the legalisation procedure is difficult, lengthy, and expensive for everyone, making Spain an illogical choice for those who do not intend to be here for at least 2 to 3 years."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Spain Expat's comprehensive information for obtaining the various visas -other than a working visa- and residency information: retirement visas, self- employment or investment visas and more.
Sports In Spain

    Although sport in Spain has been traditionally dominated by football, Spain offers a vast selection of sporting options...
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Getting active in Spain: go outside, inside and on the water. Information about the most popular sports in Spain, where to watch them and where to play them. Also information about the incredibly diverse range of sporting options available throughout the country
Top 7 Tips For Apartment Hunting in Spain

  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... The do's and don'ts of apartment hunting in Spain. Quick, helpful and relevant tips to make the search that much easier and less frustrating
Sending/Receiving Mail and Packages in Spain

    ...if you're expecting a parcel from home, double or triple the normal expected time, although it should eventually arrive."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on sending packages and mail home, particularly to the USA and Canada. Shares the generally negative experiences with the postal service in Spain and how to avoid these problems in the future.
Spain Internet: ADSL, Cable and Wireless

    Cable Internet service is a good alternative to ADSL internet , but not all areas are covered."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on Internet services in Spain, for expatriates living in Spain. Free Internet via dialup, ADSL and Cable modem services through various providers like Telefonica, Auna, ONO, ya.com and Wanadoo. Further information about wireless (wifi) Internet, and wardriving in Spain.
General Expat Sites

    Your best bet is the message boards at either Madrid Man or jeremy's multimadrid."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Spain Expat's list of links to other expatriate- related sites, both general and spain oriented.
TV in Spain, Satellite and more

    Some installers can get the card for you, but don't ask where they got it from or how.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on general TV in Spain, English language television in Spain, including foreign language, satellite/Sky TV, digital, online TV and other options for expatriates living in Spain.
Working in Spain, Being Autonomo

    If you have the opportunity, visit Spain, find a job and accommodation, then return home to process the visa."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about jobs, the employment situation, and working in Spain.
Registering as a Non EU Spouse in Spain

    However, it isn’t a lost cause, as the rights of an EU citizen are extended to their family members. So even if the process can be somewhat long and frustrating at times, keep your head up and don’t lose hope.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about how to get a residence and work visa in Spain as a non EU Spouse.
Driving in Spain: Licenses and Regulations

    Getting a Spanish driver's license can be expensive because you have to take classes. The good news is you can study for and take the test in English."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information on driver’s licenses and regulations in Spain.
Sites About Spain

  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Links to the multitudes of sites offering information about the regions and major cities of Spain, and the history, geography and country of Spain.
Jobs in Spain

    Their job search for Spain isn't impressive, with only two positions currently advertised...
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Jobs in Spain and job sites for those seeking jobs under the Spanish sun. This list is possibly the most exhaustive list of job sites in Spain on the entire Internet, I shit you not.
Freelance Visa for Spain

    There’s always two ways around everything and for journalists wanting to work in Spain there’s another option when it comes to getting your Spanish working visa.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... This article has information about alternative ways to get a working visa for Spain in particular for journalists. It will give you detailed instructions on how to get the visa, what documents you need, who to contact and if you are eligible to get a freelancer's working visa for Spain. It can help set up your visa before you have an actual job in Spain which is often hard to do.
Expat Clubs in Spain

    Get involved, meet some people, start making yourself at home."
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Spain Expat's list of expatriate clubs, associations and organizations for expats living in Spain.
Teach English in Spain: The To Do List For Becoming a Teacher

    During the last amnesty there were 600,000 illegal workers brought into the system, a few of them English teachers...
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Our second part of five articles providing information on teaching English in Spain. Discussion of the items you'll need to do before you leave and in the first few months you're here.
Tennis In Spain

    Growing steadily in popularity, tennis is fast becoming the new "it" sport in Spain.
  • Spain Expat's in Spain section brings you... Information about tennis in Spain. Where to play, how much it costs and some of the best private and public courts across the country
 
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Play in Spain

Dating and hanging with mates. Day trips and activities for expats living in Spain. Take advantage of already being here, learn something about your new home, and travel in the off season for cheap.

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