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We often get emails about where and how to rent a place to live in Spain. Here are some expert tips from a Barcelona local on how to hunt for your new pad. Whether you’re a student who is coming for a couple of months or an expat who wants to stay forever, we have got you covered.
Lori Kullberg had been dancing flamenco in the US and jumped at the opportunity to learn new moves in Seville, where the dance began. She offers tips on where to learn flamenco in one of Spain’s most charming cities.
Guernica is worth one of your afternoons in the Basque Country. Picasso’s famous painting was based on the horrific events that took place here during WWII, but the village is also a place to better understand Basque tradition and myth.
You’ve decided to move to Barcelona–good choice. Many people come for short-term stays of six months to a year and this article is especially targeted for them.
Are you starting to turn Spanish? Expats will relate to these subtle shifts.
Food rules are important in Spain, so it’s no surprise that certain drinks are meant for specific times of the day. Here are our tips on when to drink what while in Iberia.
You’ve heard about Mardi Gras in New Orleans and Carnaval in Rio, but do you know about Spain’s celebrations for these dates? One of the best places to be for Fat Tuesday is on Tenerife Island.
Follow our advice and see more of what vibrant Barcelona has to offer. Here are tips on how to rent a bike for the day, cook and shop with a local foodie, follow a historian through the Gothic area, and hop on an easy tour bus. Plan your trip with these expert picks.
The Spanish love a good party in any shape or form. The Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos is celebrated on the 5th and 6th of January when the Wise Men arrive with gifts for Spanish children.
What hood is right for you? Find the pulse of the city with these tips on where to stay in Bilbao.
You want to escape winter’s chill on the Canary Islands – good plan. But which one will offer the vacation you’re looking for? Local writer Linda Wainwright gives the scoop on the best of the Canaries.
Do not miss a chance to see La Alhambra, one of Spain’s most impressive buildings.
Visit the Jardí Botànic in Valencia.
Learn to make real Spanish gazpacho.
Before you pack your boxes, read up on the realities of moving to Spain from one long-time expat.