Passport & Visa

29 May

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Citizens of the European Union, Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein and Switzerland are not required to have a visa but must present a current National Identity Document or passport.

Citizens of countries included in this list must request a visit. For all others, a current passport will do.

Citizens from the remaining nationalities that intend to stay less than 3 months must present a current passport.

If you have any doubts, consult the Spanish embassy or consulate in your country. 

Language in Barcelona

29 May

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Bilingual city (Spanish and Catalan). English is not widespread but with a little patience you'll make yourself understood. Speaking in Catalan to locals is a sign of a respect for their language, and they will be surelly welcomed. Most frequent words:

Bon dia (good morning)

Adéu (good bye)

Gràcies (thanks)

El compte si us plau (the bill, please) 

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