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The Most Complete Guide of Spain

Spain is the country you will fall in love with as soon as you plan to visit it. I have travelled a lot around Spain, and I cannot wait to go back and see more places. In this Spain Travel Guide, you will find anything you need to plan your next trip.


Spain is where I made my first solo tour travel. I spent one month moving around, exploring anything this country has to offer. It's been a fantastic experience that I suggest anyone do the same. 

That is why here you will find anything you need to know for your next travel. I wrote all the information, tips, and tricks that will make your Spanish trip a success on my blog. 

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With everything Spain has to offer you can go to visit it any time of the year.

Spain has plenty of cultures, arts, nightlife and delicious cuisine where you will never get enough of Spanish Tapas and other delicacies.


If you are going to visit a city without spending some time on the beach, Spain is perfect every season.

If you want to mix culture with a nice tan, I advise you to go to the south of the Spain and book your holiday between May and October when the temperature is wonderful and the water is warmer.

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The north of Spain is very different from the south, both beautiful and full of attractions and activities to enjoy your holiday.

You will dream inside the majestic Arabian Palaces, relax inside their beautiful gardens, learn from all their museums and one of the most important things for me about travelling. You will eat so much tasty food that you won't feel guilty to gain a bit of weight during your visit. It is all so much worth it!

You will find golden sandy beaches along the coast between cities. There are also the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean and the closer Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean sea.

Both are beautiful with their stunning beaches, clear blue water, friendly Spanish people and last but not least Spanish food that is a bit different in every area of the country.

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What is the currency in Spain?

The currency in Spain is Euro


What is the language in Spain?

The official language is Spanish

Is easy to use Credit Cards and find ATMs in Spain?

You will find an AMT even in the smallest town but to be safe always carry some cash with you. Most restaurants and bars accept card payments but not market stalls.

What are the Plugs and Voltage in Spain? 

The plugs in Spain are type C and F.

The standard voltage is 230 V, and the standard frequency is 50Hz.


I recommend buying a universal adapter.

Is Spain a safe country?

Spain is a pretty safe country but as in every tourist spot be aware of the pickpockets always ready to steal your belongings. I advise buying an antitheft purse or an antitheft backpack.

Obviously, bad things happen everywhere, so please make sure to always keep your guard up and avoid staying out till late at night if you are alone.

Is expensive to visit Spain?

Spain can be very cheap if you eat like the locals, a meal with a drink cost about 10 euros.

Is easy to find Wifi in Spain?

It can be found in many but not all bars and restaurants.

What is the Time Zone in Spain?

Spain is in the Central European Time Zone (CET), which is 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+1).

When should you visit Spain?

Spain is famous as a summer destination, but if you plan to only visit the cities, it can be perfect every month of the year.

Keep in mind that during winter, north and central Spain can be sometimes very cold, windy and rainy.

While the south of Spain has a mild temperature of around 16º C degrees/60º F during the day, and much colder overnight.

There are many options for a perfect vacation in Spain, it just depends on what type of vacation you are looking for. 

In my opinion, a holiday where you spend half of your time exploring a city and the other half relaxing on a beach is the perfect one.

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