Yes, we know that Spain is typically seen as a warm country, but it can in fact be bitterly cold, sometimes recording temperatures of well below −20°C. Historically, January is the month that registers the lowest temperatures in Spain, but where are the coldest places?
People across Europe are finding a wide range of ways to help create a more sustainable world through their power as consumers. From shopping locally to the apps that help you cut out food waste and much more besides, here are five ways your consumer habits can help create a better world.
As UK driving licence holders in Spain continue to wait for answers regarding a post-Brexit deal between British and Spanish authorities that would mean many don’t have to resit their driving tests, we look at how their situation compares to that of their counterparts across Europe.
With governments and populations worldwide desperate for an end to the pandemic, talks over when the virus might be reclassified have intensified. Spain has stepped up and wants to lead an international push for Covid-19 to be monitored in a similar way to seasonal flu.
Avlo, the low-cost subsidiary of Spain’s public rail provider, will launch a new high-speed train route between Madrid and Valencia in February, with tickets going for as little as €7.
The number of registered foreign workers grew by more than 9 percent in 2021 in Spain, the country’s Social Security Ministry reported on Wednesday, following an exodus of workers during 2020 caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The start of 2022 marks a new phase in the Brexit process - the introduction of checks of goods at the UK border. But what does this mean for travellers wanting to take some Spanish cheese, meat or wine into the UK?
Spain is the second best country in the world to combine work and travel, only behind neighbouring Portugal, a new study by international travel company Kayak has found. Here are the reasons why you should consider remote working from Spain.
Some Spanish words are so good at perfectly describing a feeling, experience or person you have to wonder why the English language hasn't adopted them yet.
One common problem that tenants have in Spain is mould and damp in their apartments, with some landlords claiming it's not their problem. So what are your rights if the property you rent has a mould issue? Who is responsible for fixing it and can you break your contract because of it?