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Where to park when visiting Ronda

What a great decision you have made to come to our city! When visiting Ronda it is possible to arrive via bus or train. However, renting a car is also an excellent idea as Ronda’s surrounding area has plenty to offer. For example, if visiting Ronda for a few days, it is recommended to go

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Spanish Erasmus Plus: Should I do it?

If spending time abroad ever comes up in conversation, you’ll be sure to hear at least one person remark, “oh I wish I’d done that when I had the chance!”. With a placement through the Spanish Erasmus Plus programme you can be sure to avoid that regret. What is the Spanish Erasmus Plus programme? Erasmus

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What is Slow Travel

What is Slow Travel? The Slow Travel concept

The origin of the Slow Travel concept What is the slow movement? It is increasingly common to hear words such as ‘slow’, ‘responsible’ or ‘conscious’ associated with sustainable tourism, including gastronomy. If this sector is of interest to you, I am sure that the term ‘Slow Food’ will sound familiar – in fact, if you

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Halloween in Spain

Halloween in Spain: Day of the Dead in Spanish-speaking countries

The phenomenon of Day of the Dead, in Spanish ‘El Día de los Muertos’, may be more popular than ever thanks to the growing number of references in pop culture. From Disney’s ‘Coco’ to ‘Spectre’, the James Bond classic, this celebration, its imagery and associated festivity is appearing more and more in Western culture. But

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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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conducir en España

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 driving

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