Travel tips for European countries: Spain
About the country
Spain is famous for its flamenco dancers and dancers. The architecture reflects the Moroccan style. Rock paintings, Renaissance cathedrals, Moorish palaces demonstrate the diversity of the country. Spring, autumn and the beginning of summer are very pleasant here, although the summers are hot.
Spanish is the regional language of Spain. English is also widely spoken here. Over time, Spaniards have become modern, with the gel changing over time and they are no longer conservative. But this did not change the values, traditions, customs and customs of the local population. People have two names here; The first surname can be used to indicate a person. To congratulate someone, a click of the hand will do the job. Tell him a small gift when you go home. Save flowers for special occasions. Dinner is usually kept very late at night. People carry a lot of that. Some restaurants are expected to wear jackets for men. Swimsuits should be limited to swimming pools and beaches. Recently banned smoking in public places.
Shops open fairly early in the morning and stay open late at night. In the afternoon they are closed for lunch or nap. Porcelain and leather products are known and will be a good gift for friends and family at home. Accounts must be paid along with service fees, so theft is a matter of gratitude.
The voltage is 220 volts and the frequency is 50 Hz.
I go there
IBERIA is the Spanish national airline. Many other low cost airlines provide services in the country. There are approximately 30 international airports in Spain, popular for Madrid, Barcelona, ?? Valencia, Alicante and Malaga.
Madrid, 13 km from the city, has a good bus service every fifteen minutes. The metro service also serves to transport passengers to their destinations. Other facilities offered by this airport include duty-free shops, a bank, a restaurant, tourist information and hotel reservations.
Barcelona is very close to the city, only 3 km away. Buses leave every 15 minutes and trains leave every 20 minutes. Taxis are available throughout the day. Here you will find free shops, restaurants, banks, car rental and tourist information.
There is a good road network that connects Spain with the north from the south. Paid cabins are located in some parts of the country. A few costs in euros will help you navigate smoothly in the toll booths. If you drive your own car, it would be better if travel insurance also covered medical expenses. Carrying a kit can be useful.
1. 200 cigarettes or 100 cigars of 50 cigars or 250 g of tobacco (300 cigarettes, 150 cigarettes, 70 cigars and 400 grams of tobacco for EU citizens)
2. 1 liter of spirits with a volume greater than 22%, or 2 liters of alcohol with a maximum volume of 22% and 2 liters of wine (1.5 liters over 22% and 3 liters at 22% and 5% respectively) liters of wine) citizens of the EU)
3. 250 ml of toilet and 50 g of perfume.
4. 500 g of coffee or 200 g of coffee extract (1000 g of coffee and 4000 g of coffee extract for EU citizens)
5. 100 grams of tea or 40 grams of tea extract
6. Gifts of up to € 37.26.