The Local List

Guide to Spain’s urban tribes

Guide to Spain's urban tribes
Our weird and wonderful list will help you to pick out who's who on young Spain's social map. Photo: John Haynes
This week The Local puts young Spaniards under the microscope and takes a look at the different urban species roaming the streets of Spain.

The average José and María in the street are not who they used to be.

Modern day Spain is brimming with trendy subcultures, all with their own unique look and odd habits.

From the infamous dreadlock mullet — or rat's tail — of the peroflautas (hippies) to the retro tattoos of the rockabillies, Spain's urban tribes are anything but discreet.

Our weird and wonderful list will help you to pick out who's who on young Spain's social map.

So check out The Local's guide to Spain's urban tribes.


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