We’re getting on for 3.5 years of living in Spain, and have only been back to the UK for a few days in that time. We try to embrace everything about our new Spanish life as much as possible, but while a life full of sunshine and paella is amazing,
Tax…a really boring but important subject and definitely something you need to think about if you’re planning on becoming a resident of Spain. First of all, we are not tax experts so we suggest getting some advice from an official source before making any decisions. However, after 3 years of
There are many ways you’ll find yourself adapting to life in Spain, and when you move with a family in tow there will be a lot of changes when it comes to school and kids in general. Most of these are positive changes, I can’t think of anything negative, some
There are so many changes when you move to Spain and you’ll be surprised by how quickly you settle into your new way of life. Most of the changes will creep up on you and you won’t even realise at first that your original home country now feels like the
Spending the holidays away from family is something you might have to get used to if you move abroad. If you’ve moved from the UK to Spain, it’s not a huge distance to travel back to see loved ones, but the cost and time off work/school can sometimes be too
If you’re currently living in Spain, you may be feeling a bit worried about what Brexit will mean for you. There isn’t long left now as the Withdrawal Agreement deadline is 31st December 2020. Below we’ve listed some things you need to know about living in Spain after Brexit if
When you move to a new country you’ll need all the help you can get to find where things are in your new town, how to translate, and lots more. There are lots of resources online, but if you’re out and about having some useful apps downloaded on your phone
Spain’s public healthcare system is ranked seventh best in the world by the World Health Organization, and provides free basic healthcare in Spain to those who contribute to the Spanish social security system and their families. The public health care system in Spain includes state hospitals and also health care centres (centros de salud) for minor injuries or out of hours emergencies.