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The Spanish Health System for expats and travellers

It’s always good to have an idea of how the health system works in a country you’ll be visiting or living in. With public and private healthcare, differing rules on insurance, and separate rules for EU and Non-EU visitors, it can be a lot to get your head round. Here we hope to make it

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Ronda Fair

Unique things to do in Ronda Spain: The Ronda Fair

Even if you haven’t travelled to Spain before you have probably heard of the colourful events called ferias that happen on the streets of Spanish cities, towns and even villages! Feria de Ronda is no exception – a week of events and culture starting on the first week of September (this year 2019 from 2nd

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Driving in Spain: How to obtain a license

If you want to drive in Spain, you can use your foreign driving license for the first six months if you are from outside the European Union (EU) area, or for up to two years if you’re from the EU or an EEA area (European Economic Area). After these periods have passed, most foreign residents

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Los beneficios de los cursos intensivos de español

The benefits of intensive Spanish classes

Experience first-hand the many benefits of following intensive Spanish classes in Spain According to Eurostat, in 2017 3.8 % of EU citizens who are of working age are living abroad in another EU country. Because of this they have a higher employment rate (76.1 %) than those residing in the country where they are citizens

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Best things to do in Malaga this summer

Some unmissable things to do in Malaga, no matter how you like to spend your time As part of the famous Costa del Sol, Malaga is a very popular holiday destination with thousands of people visiting every year for a short vacation or as part of a longer Andalusian adventure. With sandy beaches, traditional foods

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Best school to learn Spanish while in Europe

Which one of these five institutes is the best school to learn Spanish while traveling through Europe? With over 470 million native speakers, Spanish is the world’s second most-spoken language. It is recognised as an official language in twenty countries and is one of the six official languages of the United Nations (UN) alongside Arabic,

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Why Should You Study Spanish in Ronda, Malaga?

Why Should You Study Spanish in Malaga, Ronda? The fact that Ronda is one of Andalusia’s most visited cities is common knowledge. In spite of the city’s small proportions when compared to Sevilla or Granada—both renowned for their student communities and vibrant nightlife—Ronda, has more than one string on its bow and boasts many assets

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Dog Friendly Spots in Ronda

Regardless of whether you are travelling with your dog in Ronda, or already live here but are unsure where you can take your pet, this is the perfect article for you! There is an abundance of beautiful and exciting countryside to explore with your four-legged friend, and endless outdoor activities to give your pet the

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