Spain Travel Guide

Spain Travel Guide

Country of Columbus  and great discoveries. Sunny with blue sky  and I always thought with happy people (actually not all of them). Country of amazing football beautiful beaches and even more beautiful woman. Enough of this bullshit, it has to be discovered to be understand.

Spain Travel Guide

Capital: Madrid

Language: Spanish / Population 47.27 million  / Currency: Euro        

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Climate Spain’s climate varies from temperate in the north to dry and hot in the south. Climate can be extremely distinctive from one corner to another. Overall, the coastal regions in the South and Eastern parts of Spain are excellent to visit all year round thanks to the Mediterranean climate what’s mean mild temperatures and long days. Northern Spain is much colder then the South, while Central Spain stays hot and dry due to its location on a plateau.

Suggested Clothing: Light- to mediumweights and rainwear, according to the season.It’s easy to fin best weather during your spain travel.

Cuisine is rich in fish dishes, octopus and seaweed. Due to the high temperature grown there citrus, dates, eggplants, courgettes and tomatoes. Spain is famous for its wine and olive oil. If you’re there try the goat and sheep cheeses (especially Manchego) and raw hams Jamon iberico and serrano peppers. If I have to recommend Spanish dishes cuisine that would be very boring… just paella, paella, paella. I love all varieties of this dish (chicken, seafood, traditional saffron and black with squid ink). Besides Paella recommend the soup with tomatoes and peppers (Gaspacho) and omelette with potatoes (tortilla de patatas). If you suddenly get hungry then you go the bar and order sangria and small snacks served on warm and cold (tapas). For dessert, eat Crema Catalona or spanish Creme brulee and fried in oil Churro.

Foreign Relations member of NATO, EU.

How to Save Money

1. Think TAPAS! If you on really budget Trip eat Tapas instead of having dinner or lunch. Tapas are awesome especially when it’s very hot. This way is much cheaper as well.

2. Grab a Day Menu „Set Menu” The Spanish eat their big meal of the day during lunch time. Most restaurants offer a menu of the day from Monday to Friday for lunch only. If you ion Budget you can really eat nice food for afordabale price. The menu of the day usually consists of two plates. The first plate may have an appetizer, soup, or salad. The second plate will contain the main dish, such as meat or fish, accompanied by a garnish like fries. Bread and dessert are also usually included. Many include a glass of wine or beer. Many restaurants have several menus of the day, each at a different price. When one enters a restaurant, it is worthwhile to ask for the menu (ask for la carta) and read all of the special offers. Lunch is usually served between 1 pm and 4 pm. Can cost 8-13 euros depends of local and location.

3. Choose Free Attractions If you’re looking into what to see in Spain you have to know that some museums have their free open day weekly . It’s worth doing your research to find them, that can cut your spending.

4. Train is awesome but…. Spainish railway is very expensive, think about buses they are much more cheaper. Now you can find connections to spain with MegaBus, and tickets even for 1 euro.

5. Do you want discover everything? If yes why not to take City Passes. That can give you freedom of movement „free transport” and you can save fortune on single attractions tickets.

Expense Report

Expense report for Spain travel guide are based on my individual experience, big Mac index and online research. (2015)

Big Mac € 3,74
Bread  from 0,65
Budget Lunch for 1 (with drink) € from  10.00
Budget Dinner for 1 (with drink)  from 15,00
Beer (0,5)  from 0,50
Wine (0,75) € from 2,50
Museum (Del Prado)  € 14,00
Bus Ticket  1,40
Hotel (**** double room)  from 45,00
Budget Hotel (double room)  from 33,00
Hostel  from 14,00

Places and Attractions to Visit in Spain

To find full article about it, go to Top 10 places in Spain.

  • 1. Barcelona
  • 2. Madrid
  • 3. Seville
  • 4. Granada
  • 5. Valencia
  • 6 . The Sierra Nevada
  • 7. Cordoba
  • 8. Pamplona
  • 9. Santiago de Compostella
  • 10.  Toledo

I wrote as well article about Top tourist attractions in Spain,you can find it here: Guide to Top 10 tourist attractions in Spain.


1. Sailing Spain travel guide suggest gorgeous clear waters are enough reason to pick it as your sailing destination. If you choose to spend your vacation sailing in Spain, you will be signing up for the best way to explore this unique country.

2. Skiing in Spain is really a game of two halves.  Choose between the Northern, fashionable resorts of the Spanish Pyrenees, notably Formigal and Baqueira, with their extensive, challenging ski areas or fly down to the south and enjoy the sun drenched, yet snow sure slopes of the Sierra Nevada.

3. Beach activities You can find thousands of beaches in Spain but maybe good example is  Barceloneta Beach is a man-made artificial beach built just before the Barcelona Olympics. You can of course hire sunbeds and parasoll from the bars and restaurants near the Beach. Sands have to be transported from elsewhere to the beach each year as sands are regularly washed away out to the sea. The Beach is beautifully clear and fairly clean and the view is really beautiful even during off season. It is the closest beach to the city centre of Barcelona.

4. Cycling Travelling by bicycle in spain is great and the spanish are crazy about bike riding. If you are on your way up a mountain you are sure to get some cheers on your way. Spain is getting an increasing number of bicycle lanes these days that makes things a bit easier for the cyclist uring spain travel.

5. Surfing Spain has a lot going for it, an excellent climate andlots and lots of world class surf spots. The 4,000 km of coastline makes Spain a surfers dream location, and means that there will always be an uncrowded spot if you are prepared to look. The south is consistently warm and dry temperatures offers excellent uncrowded surfing conditions particular in the European winter months when 6ft offshore is not uncommon. It has been a popular surfing location for surfers from the UK for years but with waves like Mundaka being a regular feature in the international surfing magazines it is becoming ever more popular during spain travel.

Emergency Numbers

According Spain travel guide The European emergency number 112 is not the only one, you can use as well 062 – guardia civil, 091 – police, 061 – health emergencies, 080 – fire fighters, 092 – local police.

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