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Tips for Living in Spain

Tips from expats and experts about moving to Spain and living in Spain.

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Visas & Work Permits

NIE in Barcelona

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The NIE (Numero Identidad Extranjero) is a way of identifying foreigners who live in Spain, and is required to exist as a legal person. Without it, you wouldn´t be able to start working, open a bank account, rent a flat, order a telephone line, or even purchase a car. (Continue Reading)

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Living Overseas

English cinemas in Barcelona

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Pretty much all of the cinemas in the major centers in Barcelona only project films in the Spanish dubbed version, but there are a few hidden gems where you can see films the way they were intended. (Continue Reading)

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Real Estate

Buying property in Spain

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For many Northern Europeans, the idea of investing in property in Spain is a very attractive idea, especially at the moment since property prices have fallen significantly over the last year or so. (Continue Reading)

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Schools & Education

Best schools in Barcelona

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For those who are considering moving to Barcelona with school-going children, you might be delighted to hear that there are numerous options available to you when it comes to international schools. (Continue Reading)

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Moving Abroad

Renting a Flat in Barcelona

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Many young people move to Barcelona as part of a student exchange program, and the first thing they usually do is to look for accommodation. While there are many who prefer to live as close to their place of study to avoid extra transportation costs, you may very well end up paying more for your room than you could save by living in another neighborhood a little bit further away. (Continue Reading)

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