Spanish, the language of love. Romantic. Mysterious. And Difficult. And to master this language you’ve decided to book your place on a trip to Spain to learn Spanish. Great!
Moving to Spain
There is a huge number of people from the UK and the US, coming to settle in Spain. Each one has their reasons to have upped sticks, whether to retire under the sunshine at Altea´s urbanizations or to blast around the country, laptop in hand, working as a digital nomad. This expat survival guide for Spain can help. What will your story be?
Following an online tête-à-tête between the British press and an army of downright offended Spanish social media users.
This article describes the pros and cons of moving to Valencia. Coming in at Number One in the Huffington Post for the best of 11 cities in the world to live, Valencia is one of the best picks you can make for moving abroad.
Expats and digital nomads in Bilbao This article is written for people planning to move to the Spanish Basque Country, Bilbao in particular, and provides useful information about finding an affordable rental apartment.
Bilbao, the new hottest city to see A tour of the architecture of Bilbao and the celebration of a redevelopment that has made it one of the most important cities for architecture in the world.
Learn languages, meet great people, reap the benefits of being a digital nomad
With slow progress being made on the negotiations over Brexit, and the possibility of a transitionary period being implemented to soften the landing both for Europe and for Britain, the landscape is changing and the position of ex-pats in Spain has different ramifications.
A while ago I came across this picture and it made me laugh. I do agree: You can’t buy happiness but you can go to Spain and that’s pretty much the same thing. I moved to Spain 11 years ago from Belgium, and obviously, it was a life-changing decision. I am not saying that I would not be happy living in Belgium right now, but I can say that I definitely am happy living in Spain.