Whether you live in Spain already, are planning a permanent move, or are visiting on holiday, it’s always great to find resources to help you plan your trip…even better when you can also save some money!
We get approached by various companies who can offer a wide range of services to those moving to or travelling around Spain, so we thought we would create a list of all these great offers – from insurance to bus trips, car hire to hotel bookings.
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nsbrok offer private health insurance policies that meet visa requirements for Spain, as well as travel, car, home, life, and funeral insurance. You can get a free insurance quote here.
Day trips, attraction tickets, and excursions
Get Your Guide
Whichever part of Spain you are visiting, Get Your Guide has some great offers on attraction tickets, day trips, excursions, tours and more. We have used them several times for tours in Alicante, Valencia and Cartagena.
For passes that give you up to 50% discounts on attractions, you can buy a pass from Go City:
Another great source to book trips, excursions, and attraction tickets in Spain is Viator.
Big Bus Tours
Big Bus Tours provide open top bus tours of some of the world’s major cities. At the moment the only Spanish city on the list is Madrid, but it looks like a good tour.
Holidays and hotel Bookings
When booking accommodation for trips we always use booking.com as they offer the best deals – you can often get some amazing discounts when booking on mobile. We also like the fact that you often get free cancellation until a few days before and no payment needed until you arrive.Booking.com
If you’re looking for a package deal to Spain, loveholidays.com has great deals on all types of holidays from all inclusive to last minute family holidays.
Bus and train tickets
If you want to travel around Spain by bus, train or taxi, Busbud is a really easy to use system with some very good prices. We used Busbud to take us from Granada centre up to Sierra Nevada and it was much easier and cheaper than driving!
Trains are a great way to travel across Spain and you can get some amazing deals on train fares. Rail Europe has tickets from over 50 different providers making it easy to find the best deals.
A great way to explore areas is via bike! You can hire bikes from Bikesbooking.com, as well as scooters, motorcycles and quad bikes.
Learning Spanish is a must if you plan on visiting Spain, no matter whether it’s just for a holiday or for a longer stay. iTalki is an online language learning platform with experienced and affordable tutors for all levels.
My Spanish On The Go
Cinthia lives in Madrid and teaches Spanish to non-Spanish speakers. We follow her on Instagram where she always shares some great tips on vocabulary, grammar, and general life in Spain. If you want to learn Spanish, Cinthia has various packages on offer and you can get also get a free trial lesson on her website.
Airalo is the world’s first eSIM store that gives travellers access to eSims without excessive roaming charges. You download a digital pack for your chosen country or region and can access the internet from anywhere.
The TEFL Academy
For those who plan to move to Spain or are already living in Spain and want to work remotely, Teaching English as a Foreign Language can be a good option. The TEFL Academy offers some great discounts on their course bundles: