What do expats find most challenging?
We asked expats and digital nomads what they find the most challenging about the local culture in Granada. They wrote...
"Expats in Granada often find the language barrier to be the most challenging aspect of the local culture. As Spanish is the primary language spoken in Granada, many expats find it difficult to communicate with locals and to understand the nuances of the language. Additionally, expats may find the local customs and traditions to be unfamiliar and difficult to adjust to. For example, the siesta, or afternoon nap, is a common practice in Granada, and expats may find it difficult to adjust to the slower pace of life. Finally, expats may find the local cuisine to be unfamiliar and challenging to get used to," remarked another expat who made the move to Granada, Spain.
- What do I need to know before retiring in Granada?
- What do I need to know before moving to Granada?
- How do I find a place to live in Granada?
- What is a typical expat home or apartment like in Granada?
- What is the average cost of housing in Granada?
- How do I meet people in Granada?
- What should I pack when moving to Granada?
- Where should I setup a bank account in Granada?
- Will I be able to find a job in Granada?
- What is life like in Granada?
- What do people like (and dislike) about Granada?
- What type of social life can someone expect in Granada?
- What is the social scene like in Granada?
- What advice to expats in Granada have about housing?
- What are medical services in Granada like?
- Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Granada?
- Is the cost of living in Granada high?
- What are the visa & residency requirements in Granada?
- Why do people move to Granada?
What do expats find most challenging?If you live in Granada, newcomers to Granada would love to hear your answer to this question.