Passion, romance and adventure are just a few things to expect during a trip to Spain
For recent graduates interning in Spain is a wise decision. Interns tend to be offered jobs following work experience because businesses are more at ease paying the compulsory tax for someone they’ve had face- to- face experience with; a tax that applies for every new employee that Spanish companies hire.
Spain’s appeal is due, in part, to an overwhelming feeling that anything is possible. In one’s wildest dreams would they imagine partying in the streets while throwing tomatoes at complete strangers, but this is possible at La Tomatina in Bunol, held on the last Wednesday of August.
The famous running of the bulls in Pamplona and the numerous street carnivals, are just as surreal. ‘Arikzun’ involves people in their thousands dressed in sheepskin coats and bizarre hats, leaping over burning bonfires to encourage fertility and ward off evil spirits.
The Spanish are football mad and the national team ‘Barcelona’ has won La Liga 22 times. The soccer squad features some of the best players in the world, including: Messi, Neymar and Suarez. As a result, Spanish crowds and the quality of football is among the most electric on the planet.
Or if you want to get out of the cities, Spain’s Canary Islands, a civilised archipelago of extra ordinary diversity, boasts world class surfing, tropical forest walks and volcanic mountains so incredible they’ll stop you dead in your tracks.
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