Spain is a diverse country with a large number of foreign-born residents. Expats make up almost 15% of the population, and they come to Spain for a wide variety of reasons, from increased standards of living or decreased cost of living, to the beautiful landscape and weather.
One year after the introduction of the Catalan rent cap law limiting rental prices in the region (known in Spain as "la ley catalana del alquiler"), the data show that the measure has had two main consequences: 1.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic where the tourism sector has been heavily affected in Spain, Barcelona City Council has announced that it plans to ban the rental of rooms for less than a month to prevent the proliferation of tourist rentals in the city.
The InterNations website, a website which helps people to connect with fellow expats, has published 'The 30 best cities to move to in 2020', according to a survey of 20,000 expats, foreigners living and working outside their home country.
Barcelona continues to attract real estate buyers from all over the world and is one of the best European cities for investment in 2020, thanks to its exceptional quality of life and growing number of investment opportunities.
Paris, London and Milan are the European cities that come to mind when we talk about luxury. Hubs for fashion and international trends, these three metropolises are among the best in the world for leading a life of "high standing", although they are not among the highest valued.
Expats from all over the world living in Barcelona and Madrid and visitors just passing through are discovering a new type of social event that is revolutionising both travel and meetups in Spain’s two biggest cities.
Pride 2019 is nearly upon us and Spain is busy putting on its best rainbow-coloured party clothes to celebrate. If you’re looking for gay hotels in Madrid or LGBT accommodation in Barcelona, we’ve got you covered with this quick and handy guide to where to stay in Spain in gay friendly places.