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10 Things You MUST Know Before Coming to Spain 🇪🇸

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10 Things You MUST Know Before Coming to Spain 🇪🇸

How does tipping work in Spain? What are tapas? What time to do shops open? What are the Spanish eating hours? Do Spaniards take siestas? I answer the top 10 Spain travel tips so you can explore Spain like a local!

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It was once said that Spain is different. Well, it's no different from any other country, but like visiting any new country, when you don't know how the basic things work, it can be a challenge to get around and have a rich experience. So I decided to make a video which answers so many of the basic questions people have when they visit Spain. Here are some of the questions I answer:
- When do the shops open in Spain
- When do the tapas bars open in Spain
- When do the restaurants open in Spain
- What are tapas? How does tapas work?
- Do you tip in Spain?
- Do Spaniards take a siesta?
- Do people speak English in Spain?
- Is there bullfighting in Spain? Should I see a bullfight in Spain?
- How should I travel around Spain?
- How do people greet in Spain?

CHECK OUT THE VIDEOS I MENTION IN THIS VID
- What are tapas? 3 Secrets For Eating Tapas Like a Spaniard
- Paella, sangria, churros: 5 Spanish Food Myths Busted!
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Hola! I’m James Blick. Spain is my passion! Its food, its culture, its history and its people. And I get a massive kick out of sharing everything I’ve learned with visitors to this country. My mission? To help you have a true, rich and delicious experience in Spain! If that sounds like something you’re into, then I’d love you to subscribe and join this community of Spain Lovers!

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Spain vs America: What You Should Know Before You Visit Spain

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Spain vs America: What You Should Know Before You Go to Spain. From the electricity and money to the language and tipping, what tourists should know about Spain before they go.
Pictures from Granada, Cordoba, Santiago, Barcelona, Toledo, Madrid, Malaga.
Filmed in Madrid, Spain
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🇪🇸 8 THINGS TO DO IN SEVILLA - SPAIN💃 Best City to visit in 2018 Lonely Planet

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Tips & Things to do in Alicante, Spain (Costa Blanca, Episode 01)

I visited my friend Greg in Spain and he showed me some things to do in Alicante where we started our little exploration of the Costa Blanca region
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I flew down to Spain in December for 2 weeks to hang out with my friend Greg and his girlfriend Nellie. My first stop is Alicante where both live in an apartment close to the city center - the perfect base to explore the city from!

Greg showed me around in his new hometown starting at the Playa de Prostiguet which is the main beach of Alicante. From there we headed for the main things to do in Alicante and walked through the old town in the Santa Cruz neighborhood.

The Santa Barbara castle is definitely the highlight of every trip to Alicante, from here you have an amazing view - a great spot to enjoy the sunset from before a delicious Tapas feast. As you do in Spain :)

As always feel free to leave more recommendations in the comment section below for future visitors of Alicante and the Costa Blanca!

To do the Alicante properly I recommend about 2-3 days - following I list all the places I visited & Things to do in Alicante:
- Playa de Prostiguet
- Castillo de Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara Castle)
- Explanada de Espana & Alicante Harbour
- Barrio Santa Cruz (Alicante Old Town)
- Tapas at D’Tablas, Cerveceria Sento Barrio & La Tasca del Barrio



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10 Things to do in Granada, Spain Travel Guide

Join us as we visit Granada, Spain in this travel guide covering the best things to do in Granada including local foods worth sampling and top attractions such as the Alhambra. Granada ended up being one of our favorite cities we visited in Europe on this trip so come find out why! Let's explore Granada, Andalucia together!

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Intro - 00:01
1) Granada Cathedral (Catedral de Granada) - 01:02
2) Moroccan Street Souk / Alcaicería Grand Bazaar (Calle Calderería Nueva) for shopping in Granada - 01:55
3) Albayzín Neighbourhood - 03:34
4) Mirador de San Nicolas (Alhambra Lookout Point) - 04:12
5) Moroccan Teahouse / Teterias Arab Tea Room - 05:02
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7) Alhambra (الْحَمْرَاء) p- 06:45
8) Spanish Breakfast at Café Via Colón for churros + tortilla - 07:53
9) Carrera del Darro (Riverside Lane) - 09:46
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Our visit Granada travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide to local Moroccan cuisine and Spanish food, top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting cathedrals, tea houses, the old town, quirky neighborhoods, Alhambra and museums in Granada, Andalucia. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won't find in a typical Granada tourism brochure, Granada itinerary or Granada, Spain city tour also known as Granada España.

10 Things to do in Granada, Spain Travel Guide Video Transcript:

Wrapping up our travels in Spain, our last city to visit was Granada. Set in Andalusia at the foot of the snow capped Sierra Nevada, this is a place where Moorish influence is palpable. From hilltop fortresses to Moroccan markets, and tranquil gardens to quaint teahouses, in this travel guide we’re going to show you some of the things you can do in Granada:

This Cathedral was as grand as you’d expect. The stark white interiors were a bit of a contrast to the ornate churches we had seen in other cities, but that just made your eyes travel towards a glowing, golden altar.

The Moroccan souk turned out to be one of our favourite spots in the city. The street was packed with tiny shops standing shoulder to shoulder, all filled with leather handbags, glass lamps, wool slippers, colourful scarves and pashminas and souvenirs.

We continued our way up the hill into Albayzín. This is one of the oldest centres of Muslim culture in Granada. The neighbourhood is a maze of narrow cobbled streets, white-houses with tiled roofs, and small courtyards sprinkled in between.

We made time to stop at one of the teterías, or teahouses. This was the perfect place to rest on a cold winter day and enjoy some afternoon treats.

You can find numerous Moroccan restaurants in this part of the city for food. One place we ate at on more than once occasion was Al-Faguara. They offered set menus for lunch featuring hummus, falafel, couscous, tajine, and of course, lots of baklava.

Let’s take a moment to talk about Granada’s main tourist attraction: the Alhambra!

The Alhambra is a massive complex of palaces, gardens and fortresses that once formed the citadel of the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada, which was the last Muslim dynasty to rule along the Iberian Peninsula from the years 1230 to 1492.

This is the one attraction you can’t miss when you visit Granada, and you’ll want to book your tickets well in advance as they can sell out during high season.

We spent half a day touring the grounds during which time we visited the Nasrid Palaces, the Palace of Charles the Fifth, the Alcazaba, and the Generalife.

We decided to find a cafe where we could indulge in a delicious Spanish breakfast.

Another spot we explored in Granada is Carrerra del Darro, a small lane that runs along the Darro River at the base of the Alhambra. This street is lined with arched-stone bridges and historic buildings.

We’ll leave you with a few scenes of Granada at night and one last glimpse of the Alhambra lit up against the evening sky.

We hope you enjoyed this video and that you got ideas of things do in Granada on your own visit.

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Barcelona Tourist City Guide 🇪🇸 Spain Best Place - Travel & Discover

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The Alhambra, a Moorish citadel and palace, is in Granada. It is the most renowned building of the Andalusian Islamic historical legacy with its many cultural attractions that make Granada a popular destination among the tourist cities of Spain. The Almohad influence on architecture is also preserved in the Granada neighborhood called the Albaicín with its fine examples of Moorish and Morisco construction.

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Seville 🇪🇸 Spain Best Cities Guide - Travel & Discover

Seville was founded as the Roman city of Hispalis, and was known as Ishbiliya after the Muslim conquest in 712. During the Muslim rule in Spain, Seville came under the jurisdiction of the Caliphate of Córdoba before becoming the independent Taifa of Seville; later it was ruled by the Muslim Almoravids and the Almohads until finally being incorporated into the Christian Kingdom of Castile under Ferdinand III in 1248.

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Ibiza (Eivissa) island, Spain - beaches and other tourist attractions

Ibiza (Eivissa) is an island in the Mediterranean Sea off the east coast of Spain. It is the third largest of the Balearic Islands.

Ibiza is considered to be a popular tourist destination, especially due to its legendary and at times riotous nightclub based nightlife centred on two areas: Ibiza Town, the island's capital on the southern shore and Sant Antoni to the West.

Large portions of the island are registered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and thus protected from the development and commercialization of the main cities.

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Spain Travel Guide: Barcelona, Madrid, Montserrat! [4K]

This Spain travel video should give you some very useful Spain travel tips and travel itinerary. If you'd prefer the written form, similar to a Spain travel guide book, head to the website where the info is written more like a travel blog.

In this video:
- Barcelona
- Madrid
- Montserrat
- San Sebastian
- Tossa de Mar
- Logrono
- Segovia

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Here's the basic info and the do's and don's when visiting Spain!

- Transportation costs are moderate: $250/wk for rental car and ~$50/80 to cross the country via train (single trip)

- Frequent tolls of $1-5 on the highways, so budget this extra expense ($60 for our week long driving adventure)

- English friendly in major cities, less so as you get into more rural areas

- Overall cost is comparable to US, but fuel is expensive (use diesel)

- Similar to all of Europe, dining experiences take time - must look for Tapas/Pinchos bars if want quick service (grab and pay)

- worked well for accommodations, from 150-300 night for 3 people

- Cuisine (esp outside of major cities) is mainly bread/pasta, meats and cheese - don't expect too many vegetables or fruit - but be sure to try Paella and Tapas/Pinchos

- Parking within city usually $20-30 for 24 hrs depending on if major city or not

- Barcelona specific: reserve tours of Sagrada Familia & Guell park ahead of time

- Schedule: everything closed 1-3, sometimes hard to find lunch, dinner starts at 7 at the earliest, but most are eating around 8 or 9, with drinks beforehand

- Download Gmaps ahead of time: they work great in Spain, no need for Wifi/Internet connection to navigate

- Most cafes will give you wifi password if you eat/drink something

- Pre-departure: get tickets for the Sagrada Familia Basilica, Guell Park, Winery Tours (recommend Contino in Logrono)

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WELCOME to VALENCIA ESPAÑA 🇪🇸 TOP THINGS to SEE and EAT -Vlog

Valencia is filled with culture, food, and amazing architecture old and new. The city lies along the Mediterranean coast and is one of the largest ports in Europe. Today we are going to visit the old city, enjoy the tapas, and visit the aquarium at the Oceanographic Park which was built by local famed architect Calatrava. Let's go!

Valencia was founded in 138 B.C by the Romans. The Old Town has a Medieval layout with architectural treasures including the Mercado Central (Central Market) and the Gothic Cathedral.

Valencia is famous for food, especially Paella. It is known as the birthplace of Paella, Spain's iconic rice dish. At the market, I try the jamón (ham) and orange juice, which is a staple of the Iberian diet. Next, I visit a tapas bar where I try the Spanish wine and more jamón.

Next stop is the port area. The L'Oceanogràfic or Oceanographic Park, which has an aquarium filled with sharks, jellyfish, dolphins, belugas, walruses, sea lions, seals, fish and an underground aquarium tunnel. Oceanogràfic of Valencia is the largest aquarium in Europe.

It is part of the City of Arts and Sciences park complex, designed by local architect Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela. Calatrava is Valencian and known for his futurist designs which draw inspiration from living organisms, some buildings here resemble a vertebrae and an eye (Hemisfèric cinema). A visit to this park is a must and several of its buildings have become icons in the city.

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Do you like walking in the rain? This is a new video walk in Madrid España (Gran Via). This city is the Spain's central capital. An elegant and modern European metropolis. A lot of history, beautiful boulevards and manicured parks. Many of Madrid’s buildings look like castles and even the City Hall is an astounding example of neo Gothic. Pure architecture in Madrid. Walking Madrid España. This is the Gran Vía (literally Great Way) is a street located in central Madrid, Spain. Close to the Callao Metro station. It leads from Calle de Alcalá, close to Plaza de Cibeles, to Plaza de España. This is the heart of Madrid, the most popular street that can offer you the very best shopping centers and shops in Madrid.

Who doesn't love the sound of rain falling over the umbrella and to see people running. Everything looks better, more colorful and exciting. Let's walking on a rainy night, lost in Madrid. This is the financial and cultural hub for Spain, and much of Southern Europe. There is a huge amount to see and do there Clean, safe and vibrant, including a great nightlife in terms of bars, restaurants, clubs and entertainment. Madrid has been busy since Roman times!

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Madrid gets incredibly busy but is a crucial place to visit in Europe. This is a huge city so it's easily possible to spend many days exploring. Very crowded and amazing especially during evening and night time. This area is like the 5th Avenue of NYC, lined with shops, bars and restaurants, your sure to find whatever you are looking for in Gran Via. Besides the above, there are also theatres. Gran Via always felt safe and clean and it felt as though it never slept.

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I love rain. Do you like it? You can relax in a cosy café to watch people walk. the best option is a great cup of hot chocolate con churros and porras. Anyway, if yoy have a good umbrella, you can walk madrid for hours and hours, the city never ends! Walking in the Rain and Night Thunderstorm in HD 4K

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This city has a great combination of old and new and, f you enjoy walking this is a great area. Probably. This is certainly an area that worth to explore if you like architecture and urbanism. This is one of the best walks in Madrid city to watch the historic center. The buildings around the 'Grand Via' are a must see. Visited places: Calle Gran Vía, El Corte Inglés, Plaza del Callao, Plaza Real, Primark Madrid and more. This video wants to capture the beauty of the rain over a big city at night. Listen to the cars driving in the rain at night, people rush hour and the neon light colors. I'm using a new camera to show the city building and houses and streets with loud thunder and rain sound. Walking Tour of Madrid Spain — Rainy Night Video Walk.

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Madrid, Spain 🇪🇸 2018, Weekend food tour!

This summer I went to Madrid, Spain for the weekend. The trip was mostly to taste my way around Madrid!

Having landed very late and arriving at the hotel in the early hours of the morning, my brother and I went to San Gines as it's open 24hrs. The following day we went to Sala de despiece (I don't know how to pronounce this restaurant) for lunch and had their tasting menu. Then dinner was a walking historical food tour with our guide, Rafa.

On the day we left, we had brunch at Habanera.

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Top 10 Places To Visit In Benalmádena, Spain 2016.

These are the top 10 places to visit in Benalmádena, as per Right Spain's recommendation. We cover everything, from the butterfly park to the Selwo Marina. You can use this video as a checklist upon your arrival to Benalmádena.

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San Sebastián / Donostia - Spain’s Most Romantic City | 90+ Countries With 3 Kids

San Sebastian is a small city known as Donostia in the Basque language. Shimmering above the breathtaking Concha Bay, this elegant town has a favored location with even more famous golden beaches.

Some of the beaches of San Sebastián are the beautiful La Concha and the spacious Zurriola which is especially attractive for the surfers. Every summer a huge number of tourists flock to this town in Northern Spain to occupy every square inch. The Isla de Santa Clara is also very well known among travellers. Ferries leave a couple of times an hour for the picturesque island so it’s easily accessible.

La Playa de la Concha, is a golden sandy beach sweeping from Parte Vieja (the old town in the heart of the city) in the east, all the way to to Monte Igueldo in the west and it is a wonderful feature of this city.

It is probably, if not, the only city beach in Europe and possibly the world, you’ll want to spend a while at splashing in the sea or people watching. And let’s not forget Playa de Gros (also known as Playa de la Zurriola), a favourite with surfers.

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MADRID, GRAN VIA — Spain (España) Walking Tour【4K】🇪🇸

This is a new video walk in Madrid España (Gran Via). This city is the Spain's central capital. An elegant and modern European metropolis. A lot of history, beautiful boulevards and Imperial parks. Many of Madrid’s buildings look like castles and even the City Hall is an astounding example of neo Gothic. Pure architecture in Madrid. Walking Madrid España. This is the Gran Vía (literally Great Way) is a street located in central Madrid, Spain. Close to the Callao Metro station. It leads from Calle de Alcalá, close to Plaza de Cibeles, to Plaza de España. This is the heart of Madrid, the most popular street that can offer you the very best shopping centers and shops in Madrid.

Just a Camera Floating Among The Crowd. Let's walking on this exiting city to get lost. Madrid is the financial and cultural hub for Spain, and much of Southern Europe. There is a huge amount to see and do there Clean, safe and vibrant, including a great nightlife in terms of bars, restaurants, clubs and entertainment. Madrid has been busy since Roman times!

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Madrid gets incredibly busy but is a crucial place to visit in Europe. This is a huge city so it's easily possible to spend many days exploring. Very crowded and amazing especially during evening and night time. This area is like the 5th Avenue of NYC, lined with shops, bars and restaurants, be sure to find whatever you are looking for in Gran Via. Besides the above, there are also theatres. Gran Via always felt safe and clean and it felt as though it never slept.

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Welcome to Madrid, España, Video Walk - Let’s walk to watch people, their faces and what they do on random moment of their lives. Welcome to the Capital city. Listen fragments of unknown people’s conversations, enjoy seeing new cultures, lines, curves and colors of different cities around the world. You can use the metro to go everywhere but I prefer to walk. Wanna Walk?

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This city has a great combination of old and new and, f you enjoy walking this is a great area. Probably. This is certainly an area that worth to explore if you like architecture and urbanism. This is one of the best walks in Madrid city to watch the historic center. The buildings around the 'Grand Via' are a must see. Visited places: Calle Gran Vía, El Corte Inglés, Plaza del Callao, Plaza Real, Primark Madrid and more. This video wants to capture the beauty España.

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This is a quick video walk around MADRID ESPAÑA. Be sure to check how beautiful the Gran Via is! Shops, restaurants and attractions. Many things to do in Madrid. Walking Tour Madrid: Self-Guided Walk to 10 Sights of Madrid.

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