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What should I pack when moving to Spain?

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We asked people living in Spain to list three things they wish they had brought and three they wish they had left behind. They responded...

"Wish I brought: quality brazieres, hand sanitizer, large size socks and hosiery Wish I didn't bring: anything electrical, toiletries, bright colored clothes," mentioned another expat when asked about moving to Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

"When moving to Spain, it is important to pack essentials such as clothing, toiletries, and any personal documents. Preparing for all types of weather is also essential, including light rain jackets and sun protection such as sun hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Additionally, travel adapters are necessary to ensure that any electronic devices work in Spanish outlets. A travel first-aid kit is also important to bring along in case of any minor injuries. Finally, travelers should also bring along their own mosquito repellent in order to protect against mosquitos and any illnesses they may transmit," commented one expat who made the move to Spain.

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