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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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Moving Abroad

Meet new people in Madrid

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If you're new in town and don't know many people yet, there is a welcoming community of people interested in practising languages for FREE with native speakers in Madrid. Join them and you’ll meet lots of nice people from all over the world: English, American, German, Italian, Brazilian, Japanese, Spanish. (Continue Reading)

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Living Overseas

renting a home

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before renting a property, make sure you are not in a rush; go for a reputable agency and ask around. but remember in sri lanka, there is always this commission based assistance! meaning the one who refers you to the home, will get a cut. so if you want to rent, check out sunday times, speak to some good friends or expats here and dont pay the 1 year or 6 months advance they ask...negotiate it to (Continue Reading)

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Expat Safety & Crime

Staying safe in Barcelona

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Living in, and travelling to Barcelona does not have to be as dangerous as you may have been lead to believe. Even though many people fall victim to street scam artists or pickpockets, if one stays aware of the general surroundings and stays alert, there is no reason why your visit to Barcelona should be any more dangerous than any other city in the world. (Continue Reading)

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Living Overseas

Do Your Home Work!

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I know this sounds silly and obvious but rest assured a lot of people I meet who have moved to the Costa del Sol have not done any research on the area they want to move to, the paperwork, living costs what you are entitled to and what you aren't eg. (healthcare, unemployment benefit, schools). Have a plan and stick to it. Read up about your area by visiting (Continue Reading)

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