Moving To Spain: Everything You'll Need To Know - And More.
Spain: Quick Facts
Spain has three main climates: Mediterreanean (dry, warm summers and mild winters which covers most of Spain), Oceanic (mild seasons which cover northern Spain) and semi-arid (hot, dry seasons which cover southeastern Spain).
Known for their friendliness and festive culture, the people of Spain are among the most accomodating for foreign travellers.
Spanish CitizenshipWhile there are many ways to become a citizen of Spain, depending on your legal status, the most common way for an immigrant in Spain to become a citizen is to do it through the process of naturalisation. Requirements for naturalisation include a stay of 10 years before your application for naturalisation, and fluency in the Spanish language and understanding of the Spanish way of life.
Spain: By The Numbers
Most people in Spain have lunch around 2PM and have a siesta (or short nap) that lasts up to 2 or 3 hours.
Spain is the 29th most populous country in the world.
Running of The Bulls
In one of Spain's most famous events, 12 bulls (including 6 steers) are released into the streets of Pamplona that chase event-goers.