Spain is a lovely country in Europe, with a lot of interesting places to see.
Madrid is the capital and also one of the popular cities.
Other cities which are good to visit are Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Sevilla, Zaragoza.
During your journey around Spain, you can taste paella, gazpacho, jamon, churros, tortilla and many other local specialties.
Spain has more than two international airports where you can arrive from anywhere in the world. And the largest ones you can arrive at are Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD), Barcelona–El Prat Airport (BCN), Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI), Málaga Airport (AGP), Alicante Airport (ALC), Gran Canaria Airport (LPA), Tenerife South Airport (TFS), Ibiza Airport (IBZ), Lanzarote Airport (ACE), Fuerteventura Airport (FUE), Seville Airport (SVQ), Bilbao Airport (BIO), Tenerife Norte Airport (TFN), Menorca Airport (MAH), Santiago de Compostela Airport (SCQ).
If you arrive at Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD) in Madrid, which is also the largest airport in the country, and you’re going to any other city, no worries. It takes a maximum of several hours to get to any city within the country.
Spain accepts Euro. If you’re coming from a country where the currency is other than Euro, it would be beneficial to exchange money before your visit to Spain.
Spain has a population of 47.5 million residents, making it one of the top 100 most populated countries in the world.
The only official language in Spain is Spanish. However, the largest part of people can speak one more language besides their native one; usually it is Catalan, Galician, Basque, Moroccan Arabic, Romanian, English.
Gibraltar, France, Andorra, and Portugal share borders with Spain.
Spain has Mediterranean climate which is the same as in some countries of Europe. If you travel to Spain during the summer holidays, then you don’t need to pack warm clothes with you as the weather is usually pleasant and sunny. Although if you are arriving in August you might want to pack a light sweater with you as it can get a bit chilly in the evenings. Nevertheless, when you’re visiting Spain it’s better to check the weather forecast before your trip to be prepared for any situation.