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Spain is a huge tourist country where big cities like Valencia, Barcelona, and Madrid are most popular. Resorts such as Benidorm, Málaga, Huelva, and islands such as Mallorca, Gran Canaria and Ibiza are also trendy. You will have plenty of places to visit if you live and work in Spain! For instance, you can visit La Sagrada Familia or watch a soccer match at the popular Camp Nou in Barcelona. By the way, Camp Nou is the biggest stadium in Barcelona, Spain, and the rest of Europe!
Another beautiful city is Valencia - the city of oranges and birthplace of the Spanish Paella. Moreover Valencia is perfect for a bike trip with its beautiful weather, and the city is becoming increasingly bike friendly. With the local drink Agua de Valencia, a delicious alcoholic drink with cava or champagne, orange juice, vodka and gin, you can enjoy the taste of Valencia. You can also check local attractions on tripadvisor to get more inspiration!
Spain is a sunny country with pleasant temperatures. In spring, temperatures rise rapidly and reach 25°C in the south of the country. Around May, the temperatures are pleasant everywhere in Spain. However, the winters can be rather cold. If you travel to the mountainous regions in the north and south of the country you can even enjoy the ski slopes.
Foodwise, tapas are a Spanish must try and a cultural experience. Whether you enjoy it with friends, family or colleagues, it's a great way to spend the evening. You can accompany it with a good wine or sangria if you wish. Did you know that tourists are bigger fans of tapas than Spanish people?
On the last Wednesday of August, one of the unique festivals in the world is celebrated: La Tomatina. The name already gives away what this event is about. It is a tomato fight that takes place in the town of Buñol. Next to that, October 12th is also an important date since it is a national holiday in Spain. This day is called Día de la Hispanidad, in honour of Christopher Columbus, who discovered America in 1492.
Spain is in the time zones GMT+1 and GMT+2. Moneywise, you don't have to recalculate the Spanish peseta since 2002, because the euro is also Spain's national currency.
Spanish Language Basics
¿Vienes a la playa esta tarde? - Are you coming to the beach this afternoon?
¿Vamos a cenar tapas esta noche? - Are we going to eat tapas tonight?
¿Has visto mis gafas de sol? - Have you seen my sunglasses?
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