Please, make sure you that read the following tips on how to keep cool especially if you are travelling with children.
The Spanish climate varies throughout the different regions of the country. In the north (particularly the coast) temperatures are mild almost all year round, with some cold winters and the landscape can be quite green as it rains very often. On the other hand, in the South (mainly Andalucía) winters tend to be gentle whereas summers can get extremely hot.
All the details of the Spain weather forecast can be found in the map below.
Dark blue: Schengen Area (EU)
Violet: Schengen Area (non-EU)
Light green: Set to implement later
Dark green: EU member states outside Schengen
The Schengen countries signed a treaty almost 20 years ago to ease the visitors entrance and exit flux between members. This measure was a cost reduction solution as well as an increasing security policy.
The Schengen Tourist Visa is the most popular option among foreigners to visit Europe. While many countries are excluded from travel visa obligations, there are still some restrictions that ALL visitors must respect once they enter the Schengen Area.
“Do I need a travel visa to Spain?” should be the first question that comes to your mind as soon as you start planning your trip. Well, here’s the answer!
In Spain, travel visa requirements vary according to nationality, intended length of stay and purpose of the trip (tourism, studies and other). Check if you need a tourist visa to visit Spain before starting planning your trip.
If you plan to travel to Spain, visa procedures will depend on your nationality. Not everybody needs a visa to enter Spain and special conditions apply to most European countries, especially to member countries of the European Union.
The network of Spanish Embassies around the world is extremely wide. Spain has more than 150 Embassies, Consulates and permanent representations abroad. There are also High Commissions with limited powers.
If you are considering studying in Spain, you may have to apply for a student visa. Spain’s immigration policy is similar to other European countries. It allows people from all over the world to come and start or continue their education over here.