Spain: A country with overwhelming attractions

Spain is one of the most favorable tourist destinations that the number of wonderful attractions and sites and can attract any visitor. The country known for its history, rich culture, diversity, ribs, food, wine, nature, festivals, bullfighting and home is located on the Iberian Peninsula. The country has a coastline ending a small but well-preserved medieval towns, villages, white washed modern urban life and a developed metropolis.

Air Travel
Air Iberia is the national airline of Spain and has more direct flights to Spain than any other airline travel. Air Iberia has a number of non-stop for the main Spanish cities and travelers across the mainland United States can use non-stop services.

Entry Requirements
All international travelers must present a valid passport to enter Spain. They carry the passport must be valid for a minimum period of three months before the date of travel in Spain. Residents of Canada, the United States, New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom did not need that first day to 90 days.

U.S. residents can participate in activities related to business or tourism for the three-month ration of their stay in Spain. For those wishing to extend their travel to Spain, which need to apply for visas so they can stay in the country without encountering legal problems.

Spring and autumn are the most important two seasons when people from around the world travel to Spain. The weather during these two seasons is very comfortable and the crowds are manageable. For the months between May and October, Spain is at the very least crowded and it is best when you can shop around for deals and promotions that are of real value.

Castilian Spanish or Castilian is the official language of Spain and international travelers can learn a few phrases and words in this language so that it contributes to communication. In large cities it is easy to locate the speakers non-Spanish. Most shopkeepers and waiters in restaurants also know English.

The official currency is the euro and it is recommended that international travelers get their currency before being converted to travel or they can also get traveler's checks in euros. Alternatively, Spain has many ATMs and it is possible to use debit cards easily here. Make sure not to exceed a limit date of withdrawal so that you do not have to pay extra.


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