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You will need a valid passport for at least 6 months. Some countries are exempt from visa and can enter the country as tourists for a period of 90 days. We recommend you to check on official websites or with the Embassy of Spain in your country to know whether you require a visa or not.
Spain ranked in position 38 out of 163 countries regarding safety in the 2020 Global Peace Index. However, tourists should be alert to street crime and scams, an issue that is growing, especially in Barcelona.
The official currency in Spain is the Euro. Exchange rates vary if you are pulling funds out of an ATM machine, at the bank or at private exchange bureaus, however the banks might offer a better rate.
No. Whenever traveling to a new country it is always useful to know a few words but in Spain, you will find that most people speak English in tourist places.
Yes. The use of credit cards is widespread in Spain, although you might be asked to show your ID. Some small places might not accept credit cards so just in case always have some money with you.
Summer is the most popular season in Spain, running from June to September. Spain has a Mediterranean climate and most of the times balanced temperature, although due to its geographical diversity you might find differences from North to the South.
If you want to enjoy your trip and visit more than one place at least, then minimum of 7 days would be necessary.
It depends where you visit in Spain. Cities like Barcelona and Madrid are more famous and more expensive, but smaller cities are cheaper.
Tipping is not common in Spain, although optional. People might leave small tips at cafes and bigger tips at fine restaurants, but usually, just tourists do it.
A tourist visa is not required for citizens of certain countries for up to 90 days, such as the USA, EU, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Brazil. Please check if the Embassy of Portugal in your country if you need or not visa.
Yes. However, always be aware of pickpockets in tourist areas.
Portuguese. But you do not need to learn Portuguese in order to enjoy your trip to Portugal as in most of the touristic areas people will be able to communicate in English.
Yes, people do it often as it is the most common way to purchase items and avoiding to carry sums of cash.
It is very similar to Spain, and summer between June and September is the best time to visit, with the advantage that at this time Portugal receives refreshing breezes that come from the Atlantic Ocean.
A minimum of 7 days would allow you to immerse yourself in the culture and travel across cities.
Portugal is amongst one of the cheapest destinations in Western Europe if compared to France, Italy, and even Spain. However, depending on where you depart, flight tickets can be expensive.
Tipping is not mandatory in Portugal and service is included with the price of your order at a restaurant or café. However, tipping is common depending on the total price of the service, from 5% to 10%.