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Fiestas, flamenco and bull fighting – these are often the clichés associated with Spain and yet there is so much more to this exciting country. Of course there are lots of celebrations going on and bull fighting is still something that is performed for the crowds but it is not the be all and end all of Spain.

Spain is known for its diversity, great climate and fantastic beaches. Flights are forever landing all over Spain, bringing tourists to this sunny country, which is flanked by the Atlantic one side and the Mediterranean on the other.

If you had visited Spain 50 years ago, you would not recognize it as the country it is today. Spain has completely transformed itself in a generation, clawing its way up from being a poor, rural country with only 37 percent of the population living in the cities, to thriving communities where by the 1990s, 65 percent of the population were ensconced in towns.

Much of this change to Spain is due to its natural beauties. With miles of coastline, balmy weather and amazing interior landscapes, it is a real hotspot for tourists. Luckily the people in the know saw this opportunity and capitalised on that. Now Spain is a natural choice for a holiday - for the beaches but also the rich cultural heritage and stunning countryside.

There are few countries in Western Europe that can boast volcanic landscapes, stunning mountains like the Pyrenees, unspoiled wetland areas, and island clusters of the Canaries and Balearics, which if you look beyond the nightclubs are host to rare seabirds, reptiles and plants.

On Mallorca, which has an incredible range of scenery for its size, are some fascinating caves. The best caves in Spain are at Coves del Drac, and are reached by a steep flight of steps. With wonderful names such as The Theatre of the Fairies and The Enchanted City plus music playing as you stare in awe, you will not want to miss this spectacle of Spain.

Visiting Spain would not be complete without seeing or taking part in one of the many festivals that happen throughout the year. There is not a town or village in Spain that does not honour its patron saint or the changing of the seasons, and this normally means fireworks, bull running, processions or re-enactments of battles. There are certainly some unusual traditions. For example, in Denia on the east coast, at the Bous a la Mar fiesta in July, sporting types dodge rampaging bulls until one or the other falls in the harbour with a resounding splash.

Spain is such a popular destination that you will be spoiled for choice when deciding how to get there. Buying flights with Vayama is one thing you do not want to get wrong as the fares are competitively priced and the service is excellent. Fly Vayama and you will not be disappointed.

Spanish Etiquette Tips

Flying to Spain? Spaniards are very friendly people and tend to be patriotic and proud of their heritage, and because of this it's important to learn a bit about Spanish etiquette in order to better enjoy your time in Spain.

1. Dress Attire

  1. DO dress stylishly, but modestly. Dress nicely for casual events as well.
  2. DO wear nice accessories.
  3. DO wear conservative suits and ties for business events. Avoid loud colors.
  4. DON'T wear shorts when planning to visit churches or Museums.

2. Table Manners

  1. DO remember that dinner starts around 9 or 10 PM. Some restaurants won't get hopping until 11!
  2. DO rest your wrists at the edge of the table when eating.
  3. DON'T eat until the host begins.
  4. DON'T give a toast if you're either the guest of honor or the host. The host gives the first toast and the guest of honor gives a toast later on in the meal.
  5. DO put your knife and fork on your plate parallel with the handles facing to the right to show that you are done eating.
  6. DO remain seated until the guest of honor gets up.

3. Tipping

  1. DO tip a little bit, but only if you want. Leaving a tip isn't customary in Spain, but sometimes people will leave a small (5%-10%) tip or just a few coins.

4. Gift giving and Accepting Gifts

  1. DO open your gift immediately.
  2. DO give a high quality gift, but nothing too extravagant.
  3. DO wrap the gift nicely.
  4. DO give dahlias, chrysanthemums, white lilies, or red roses if you choose to give flowers. Flowers should also be given in odd numbers, except for unlucky thirteen.
  5. DO give a gift from your hometown. For children, local college or professional sports team paraphernalia makes a good gift, such as shirts or baseball caps.

5. Greetings

  1. DO shake hands upon meeting someone, including the kids. Start with the oldest people first.
  2. DO expect a kiss on each cheek (starting with the left cheek) or a hug from a woman you are familiar with. Expect a pat on the back or a quick hug from a man you are familiar with.

6. Visitors Etiquette

  1. DO bring a gift to the host. Desserts, flowers, or an alcoholic beverage all make a nice gift.
  2. DO find out if your hosts have children, and bring a small gift especially for them.

7. Business Meetings

  1. DO be punctual. The Spanish have a very relaxed view of time, but as a foreigner, you will be expected to be punctual.
  2. DO get your business cards printed with the information in Spanish on one side. You should also bring any printed materials translated to Spanish, even though most business people in Spain speak English
  3. DO be patient when it comes to negotiations. Business people in Spain can appear to be a little disorderly, with many people speaking at the same time. Negotiations also might proceed slower than you're used to.
  4. DO be aware that dining is important to business relationships in Spain. Your Spanish business associates are likely to join you at your meals.
  5. DO remember that many times the first meeting is simply to get to know each other and start the relationship. Business may not occur at all in the initial meeting.
  6. DO be prepared to give a gift when a successful business agreement has been reached.

Have a great trip to Spain!

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