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.
Category: BARCELONA & EAST
Travel in Barcelona and Eastern Spain. Valencia, Girona, Tarragona.
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.
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.
Visit the Jardí Botànic in Valencia.
By Chris Ciolli Its old town flanked by twin sandy beaches crammed with tourists and the high-rise hotels that house them, Benidorm’s origins as a small Spanish fishing village have become barely recognizable. So...
Christy Stehle gave up the 9 to 5 to travel long-term around the world, starting her adventure in Europe. She offers some savvy tips to save money while on the road.
Spanish children celebrate the Epiphany on January 6th, also known as Three Kings’ Day (aka, the Wise Men).
A shell soup is on the menu this Christmas in Spain…
Here’s how to spend Christmas in Spain.
Mistletoe is BIG in Spain. More so than a tree. Pick some up for the holidays in one of Spain’s many outdoor markets.
Discover why traveling to Spain in low season is a really good idea!
In October, the work crews in cities all over Spain start hanging swooping Christmas lights.
The Scoop is proud to have Jeremiah Cothren as a visiting photographer…
Walking down the street in Barcelona, a smoky, sweet scent draws me to the street vendors, the casteneros. In many cities including Granada…
Dia de Todos Los Santos, or All Saint’s Day, is celebrated on November 1st.