• Spanish Stew

    Our in-house chef at Good Morning Spain, Nick Newman shows us this recipe for a Spanish Stew, an absolutely Spanish and delicious recipe that you’re going to…

    Our in-house chef at Good Morning Spain, Nick Newman shows us this recipe for a Spanish Stew, an absolutely Spanish and delicious recipe that you’re going to love. Take a look and let us know if you used this recipe!

    “Get the TIE now” – the message from the British Embassy, …

    The British Embassy is urging all British people who live in Spain and are still in possession of a Green Certificate to apply for the TIE, or “Tarjeta de identidad de extranjero,” if they haven’t done so already.  

    The process for securing a TIE appointment and the card itself is run by the Spanish Government. More information on how to apply, including links to Spanish Government websites where the applications are made, can be found on the ‘Living in Spain’ guide on gov.uk.  

    One day in Madrid: What to see

    Madrid is the capital and biggest city of Spain, and the fourth biggest city of Europe. So because it is a big city there’s a…

    How good is your Spanish geography?

    Spain is a land renowned for its rich history, diverse culture, and stunning landscapes. With its distinct regions, each boasting unique traditions and attractions, Spain…

    The 5 most popular cities in Spain, ranked

    Spain, a country that exudes a rich tapestry of history, culture, and diverse landscapes, has long been a magnet for travelers seeking an immersive experience.…

    Torrevieja, more than you´d expect!

    Torrevieja is a city in Spain’s south-eastern Alicante province, on the Costa Blanca. It’s known for its Mediterranean climate and coastline, promenades that run along sandy, resort-backed beaches and the quality and freshness of the seafood are unmatched.  

    Car Insurance for Drinking & Driving

    In 2016 a survey was taken to highlight the issues facing the international expat community in Spain. 

    How to get around the city without using a car was at the top of the list, for more than one reason.

    One of them is that B.A.C. levels are lower in Spain than the U.K.,
here 0.5 or 0.3 puts you over the limit.

    Even a glass of wine may exceed the legal limit for driving and therefore tend to stay in the areas where they live, losing many opportunities and events because of this.

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