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There are celebrations and festivals in Spain all year. Here is a list of some of the best and bizarre Spanish festivals to see in 2016.
It would be impossible to list all the tasty foods from the rich Spanish food culture – but here are at least 10 top Spanish foods you have to try.
From inventing the stapler and the mop to legal nudity, Spain is more than just sunshine and beaches. Test your knowledge with this mix of informative and interesting facts about Spain.
This must-have list of emergency numbers will help you in a variety of emergencies while in Spain, alongside a list of important numbers and Spanish helplines.
From bombings, Guernica, forced labour camps and starvation, Spanish civil war survivors tell their stories of the tragedy that tore Spain in two.
This guide explains the water quality in several cities around Spain, and whether it's suitable for drinking and cooking.
This guide explains what you need to know about the Spanish social security system: who has to pay, how much, what benefits you can claim and how to apply.
Here is a list of national public holidays in Spain 2016, plus regional and school holidays, daylight savings, Mother's and Father's Days and other important dates in Spain's holiday calendar.
Unfortunately, there seem to be more and more of them, but luckily we don’t generally tend to have to use them very frequently.
If you plan to drive in Spain, find out the Spanish road rules and if you need to get a Spanish driver's licence to legally drive in Spain.
Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes is often considered the father of the modern novel, with his world-renown 'Don Quixote' still popular 400 years later.
If you are living or travelling in Spain, you will find high quality Spanish public transport. Here's a guide on metros, buses and trains in Spain.
Expatica offers a list of common phrases that just might allow you to get by in Spain before you start attending language classes.
Spain has a relatively low crime rate, but you should be aware of some common crimes in Spain and Spanish laws to increase your safety when living in Spain.