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Best apps for learning Spanish

Gone are the days of writing hundreds of flashcards to help memorize Spanish verbs. Instead, download the following apps we mention below. While attending language classes is important in helping you improve your grasp of Spanish and acclimatise to your new country, there are some more relaxed ways you can build your skills outside of the classroom.

Basic Spanish Questions to help you out!

It really helps your stay in Spain when you know at least a little bit of Spanish. It would be easy if you are able to asks certain questions to start a conversation, so here we go! :)

Discover Granada's Surroundings

Hola! The city of Granada is, as you all know, really beautiful, but the places around Granada are not to be overlooked! If you have a car, we recommend you to drive to San Nicolás del Puerto, a village in the north of the province of Seville (Sierra Norte de Sevilla). Actually, to be more precise, we recommend you to visit Area Recreativa Nacimiento del Huéznar. This is a beautiful nature area where you can see a stream that leads you directly to a waterfall with little lake, called Cascadas del Huéznar. To top that, the view is really stunning. It is high in the mountains, and it is a bit of a climb, especially if you want to see it all and have to go to the top, but it is definitely worth it.

NIGHTLIVE IN ANDALUSIA

Read our blog and discover the crazy nightlife Spain is famous for and have fun like a local! Find the best choice of clubs, bars and restaurants in Andalusia to make the most of your Spanish nights! We will present the most interesting pubs and restaurants in which you will get to know the real Spanish nightlife.

Sports in Spain

Spanish people love sport. In every region of Spain there is a fashion for a different kind of sport. Therefore, it is not possible to determine what exactly is their only major national sport. Just as many heads, as many ideas for entertainment.

Spanish sweets that you should try

If you are in Spain you can’t be on a diet because spanish people make a lot of gooooooooood sweet things and have really deep traditions for it. Probably any of traditional festivals here would not be so good without sweets, for example, as Cabalgata de los Reyes when there are thrown more than 100 tons of sweets!