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Spain. Interesting Facts About Spain

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Spain: 10 Fun Facts & Presentation about Best Spanish Things

Nowadays Spain is known as one of top travel destinations in Europe but how did it become so internationally attractive and popular?

First of all, this country is rich in historical heritage, is home to many cultural monuments and the people of Spain are famous for preserving their old traditions and for organizing interesting festivals and celebration.

On top of that, this warm and sunny country has created incredible infrastructure for tourists, who, apart from visiting numerous sightseeing destinations, can enjoy top-class beaches and swimming resorts.

We have put together an interactive video presentation of the most interesting facts about this country but feel free to add your favorites in the comment section below (all credits and resources are listen at the end of the video):

- unusual lifestyle choices of the Spaniards;

- the most influential representatives of modern art;

- a list of common gestures to be aware of, before visiting Spain;

- the most interesting and lively festivals;

- why Barcelona is the top travel destination in the region?

- what are Spanish 'ghost towns'?

- vegetables and products, which were bought to Europe by Spaniards;

- country with the most cork trees;

- a story about Barcelona and the Eiffel Tower.
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10 Facts About a Country - Spain

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10 SPAIN CULTURE SHOCKS | Expat Life in Spain

ZERO personal space, no toilet paper, VERY loud noise, and slippers all the time... moving to or visiting Spain is full of cultural shocks. These are the 10 things that shocked and surprised me in my first 6 months in this country. And as a Spaniard Yoly gives her local perspective on each of them. What’s been your experience in Spain? Let us know in the comments below!

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It’s amazing the things that surprise and shock you when you move to a new country. Often they’re very small things, but they reflect the fact that the culture is so very different to where you’re from. Below are the 10 different cultural shocks we cover in the video with links so you can jump to them.

1:42 Get ready to get up close and personal! Spaniards love physical contact… and don’t shy away from applying it liberally :)

4:04 Spaniards love a good eye-locked gaze. In this country you’ll often lock eyes with strangers, and they will hold your gaze. Something that for other cultures can be a little uncomfortable at first.

5:22 When at home its slippers on… or else. When I first moved here Yoly’s family thought I was insane for going barefoot at home. And so my introduction to constantly wearing slippers began!

7:08 In Spain our tolerance for noise is world-class. This is one noisy country - and the locals thrive on the energy created by all the noise!

9:28 Kids hang out in bars. Yep… you will see a lot of kids in bars in this country. We explain why!

11:51 Traditional bars often forget to restock the soap or the toilet paper.

12:31 If you don’t have exact change, you may be in trouble. Yes, if you’re walking around with a 100 euro note… you may not be able to use it!

14:23 We love to live in Spain in the moment in Spain! Yes, this is a country is all about spontaneity so I’ve gotten in trouble in the past for planning too much!

16:24 In this country people peel fruit that shouldn’t be peeled! Yes, people peel apples. We dive into why!

18:03 There is actually a test for pregnant women to see if they can eat jamón!!

Did we miss any? What cultural shocks have you experienced visiting or moving to Spain?

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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. Interesting Facts About Spain

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11 Things You Should NOT Do in Spain!

This video is about what NOT to do in Spain! I’ve lived here for 8 years, with Yoly my Spanish wife, and in that time I’ve learned a lot of the do’s and don’ts of this culture. So if you’re coming to Spain, these rules will really help you get in sync with the locals and not make any major mistakes! Did I miss any? Let me know in the comments!

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Spain is a complex country! It’s also a pretty easy going one. But there are certain things that you just don’t want to get wrong. And here they are!

11. Don’t go OTT on please and thank you.
In Spanish we just don’t use the words as much. We are more likely to work ‘please’ and ’thank you’ into they tone of how we speak, or by tweaking the words (such as adding “ito” to the end of a word).

10. Don’t put bread on your plate.
In Spain, you always leave your bread beside your plate on the table. It sites beside your cutlery, because it kind of is a piece of cutlery.

9. Don’t eat with your hand under the table.
I grew up with no elbows on the table. But here in Spain we also have the rule that you should have your hands above the table at all times. Because you might have a knife??

8. Don’t offer guests a beer at 5pm
Because we eat lunch and dinner later, beer o’clock is usually about 8pm… not 5pm.

7. Don’t help with the dishes after parties.
It’s just not something that’s done here. At the end of a party or dinner party, you might help tidy up slightly, but you don’t help do the dishes.

6. Don’t be a ‘pesado’ in social situations.
Chill out! Don’t ask people what their job is straight away when you meet them in a social setting and don’t expect people to cut to the chase when telling a story - we take our time here!

5. Don’t misinterpret loud conversations.
When Yoly speaks with her mother on the phone, it can get heated. But they’re not arguing - it’s just that conversations here often sound more intense.

4. Don’t generalise about Spain.
This is a highly regional country. So don’t assume that every region of Spain has the same language, customs or food.

3. Don’t call Catalan a dialect of Spanish.
Catalan is its own language - and don’t get that wrong (especially when speaking to a Catalan)

2. Don’t used ‘usted’ willy nilly.
Here in Spain we’re pretty informal and so don’t use “usted” unless we’re speaking with older people or in very formal situations.

1. Don’t mention the civil war casually.
The Spanish civil war and the dictatorship is a really complex topic, and still an open wound in Spain. So because you know someone pretty well before diving into the topic.

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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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13 Spanish Stereotypes: Fact or Fiction?

Bullfighting, flamenco, late nights, great work/life balance and lovely long lunches with wine. There are lots of stereotypes and cliches around living in Spain. Which are true? Which are wrong? And which are somewhere in between?

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People dream about living in Spain. And often they think it’s all about long lunches, lots of wine, hot weather and an incredible balance between work and life. And some of that’s true. But not all of it. In this video we wanted to tackle all these cliches and stereotypes about life in Spain to give you the real deal. Theee are the 13 that we tackle.

1. Does Spain really have an amazing work/life balance?
2. Do people work hard in Spain?
3. Do people stay up really late in Spain?
4. Do Spaniards really have long lunches with wine everyday?
5. Is Spain is a massive wine country
6. Do Spaniards really go out for tapas every night of the week?
7. Is Spain is hot all year round?
8. Is Spain really cheap?
9. Are Spaniards are always late?
10. Do all Spaniards love flamenco?
11. Do all Spaniards go to bullfights?
12. Are most Spaniards good church-going Catholics
13. Are Spaniards very passionate people?

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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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7 Interesting Facts About Spain for Ecotours

7 Interesting Facts About Spain for ecotours

1.Barcelona

Each year, 8 million tourists visit Barcelona, making it Europe’s third most-visited city after London and Paris.

2.Sagrada Familia

Construction for the Sagrada Familia project began in 1882. When Gaudí died in 1926, only a quarter of the basilica was completed.

3.Madrid

The name ‘Madrid’ is 2200 years old. According to Arabic records, ‘Mayrit’ or ‘Magerit’ are the old names of Madrid meaning ‘place of abundant water.’

4.Seville

The impressive Seville Cathedral is one of the largest in the world. After Columbus death in 1506 he was buried first in Valladolid Spain, then taken to Monasterio La Cartuja in Sevilla

5.Tapas

The word ‘tapas’ comes from the Spanish word ‘tapa’ (to cover). The traditional glass of sherry would be covered with a slice of bread, a practical way to keep fruit flies and other flying insects out of it.

6.Sport

Spain's passion for football, or fútbol is known worldwide, as the country's top teams are Real Madrid and F.C. Barcelona.

7.People

Breaks, free time, and siestas are a huge part of everyday Spanish culture.

Spanish culture was greatly influenced by modern art from the late 1800s, with artists like Antoni Gaudi, Pablo Picasso, and Salvador Dalí.
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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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2. MY TOP 3 MADRID HOTELS ????️
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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!
- And that article I mentioned about Spanish coffee:

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5. WHO AM I? ????
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Hola, Spain lovers! 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!

▶ Want to collaborate? Email me: james@jamesblick.com

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Being a woman in Spain. 10 questions answered.

Yoly was recently sent an email asking me to talk about the experience of women living in and visiting Spain. Everything from macho culture, to catcalling, to the experience for women in the workforce. So in this video Yoly answers 10 questions about life in Spain for women! Venga, let’s go!

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2. MY TOP 3 MADRID HOTELS ????️
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One perspective about life in Spain that I can’t give on this channel is being a woman. So Yoly is taking the reigns here. So in order to answer your questions about what life is like for women in Spain, we went to instagram (we’re on @jamesblickspain and @flamencoguide) to ask what you wanted to know about life in Spain. Here are the 10 questions Yoly covers in this video!

1. What does ‘macho’ mean?

1.5: Does Spain have a ‘macho’ culture?

2. Do women get catcalled in Spain?

3. Does Spain have high rates of gender violence?

4. What does Yoly think of right-wing Spanish political party Vox?

5. What legal protections are there for women?

6. Is Spain a safe country for female solo travellers?

7. What’s the work environment like for women?

8. What’s women’s experience in the flamenco world?

9. What is Spain like compared to New Zealand for women?

10. How does James compare to Spanish men in terms of attitutes to women?

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Hola, Spain lovers! 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!

What to collab? Email me at james@jamesblick.com

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Interesting and Entertaining Facts About Spain for Kids

Interesting and Entertaining Facts About Spain for Kids

Top 10 Best Cities To Live In Spain - Most Liveable Cities

Spain is the world's fifty-second largest country and Europe's fourth largest country.
Economy of Spain is the world's thirteenth-largest by nominal GDP, and it is also one of the largest in the world by purchasing power parity.
In 2017, Spain was the second most visited country in the world, recording 82 million tourists.
State education in Spain is free and compulsory from the age of six to sixteen. The current education system is regulated by the 2006 educational law.
Spanish National Health System is considered one of the best in the world, in 7th position in the ranking elaborated by the World Health Organization.
The health care is public, universal and free for any legal citizen of Spain.
It’s no wonder that it’s one of the most popular destinations for expatriate, not to mention that it is an extremely affordable option too.
Starting a new life in Spain is a dream for many people. But which Spanish city should you choose?
Here are the top 10 most livable cities in Spain in 2019:
1. Madrid.
2. Barcelona.
3. Alicante.
4. San Sebastian.
5. Malaga.
6. Valencia.
7. Seville.
8. Palma, Mallorca.
9. Ibiza.
10. Granada.
Thanks for watching this video. I hope it's useful for you.
(This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment).

10 Best Places to Visit in Spain - Travel Video

Splendid beaches, delicious cuisine, vibrant nightlife and lively fiestas all make Spain one of Europe’s best getaways. Because Spain encompasses several autonomous regions and islands, the country boasts one of the most widely diverse cultures and landscapes on the continent. Here's an overview of the top places to visit in Spain.

Spanish Lifestyle - 10+ Things That Will SHOCK You About Spain

Spanish Lifestyle - 10+ Things That Will SHOCK You About Spain.

Want to visit Spain (Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Seville, Bilbao, Malaga, Segovia, Alcala, Badajoz, etc.)? Here are some things you should know!

An American reacts to Spanish culture, lifestyle, transportation, food, etc.
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All About Spain for Kids 1

There are a few mistakes in this video and a few things that I wanted to fix but I don't have time. I might re-do this video sometime in the future when I have more free time.

Don't come to live in Spain if...

Planning on moving to Spain to live? In this vlog I talk about some of the things that might put you off coming to live here, like the job market and salaries, having to learn Spanish, and corruption.

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Madrid, Spain. History & Amazing Facts

Madrid is the capital and most populous city of Spain. It is the third-largest city in the European Union. Madrid is also the political, economic and cultural centre of the country.
The first established settlement in Madrid dates from the Muslim age. At the second half of the 9th century, Emir Muhammad built a fortress in Madrid.

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