Expatica.com publishes a number of RSS feeds, available in the RSS 2.0 format.
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary. These feeds contain article headlines, links and descriptions and are updated as the website is updated.
To use our RSS feeds follow these easy steps:
Download or sign-up to a news reader service. There are several free online RSS aggregators, such as Bloglines or Google reader , where you can sign up and bring your feeds together into one web page. Alternatively you can download a feed reader program such as Feedreader 3 or NewsFire. A list of other RSS readers
Click on the Expatica RSS feed of your choice. Either click on the online feedreader service you have signed up to or copy the feed address from the bottom of the box to paste into your chosen reader program.
Your RSS feed reader should now automatically update with your chosen Expatica feed.
Every section page on the Expatica website has a dedicated feed. There will be a link in the top-right-hand corner of the screen.
Expatica's Getting Started section will provide practical information on how you can open a bank account, exchange your driving licence, improve your Spanish, and more.
Here's a guide to an extensive list of groups and clubs in Madrid for expats, from sports groups to social and family gatherings.
A brief introduction to our Tax section for Spain, from help with inheritance tax to accounting advice.
Here's a short introduction to our Banking section for those living in Spain, from what to ask the experts to opening a Spanish bank account.