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Economy in Spain


Economic overview

Investors in Spain find a welcoming environment with non-discriminatory treatment towards foreign entrepreneurs. EU Citizens find the process much easier of incorporating a Spanish company, because there's a lot bureaucracy in Spain. With nice weather and low taxes lot of entrepreneurs are prepared to invest in Spain despite its bureaucracy and corruption.

Setting up a business in Spain

To establish a company Spain can take up to three months also depend what type of business. There's so much bureaucracy in Spain that push corruption so high. Be prepared to go from offices to offices and waiting for long queue to finalize all the documents.

Foreigners doing business in Spain

As you know about bureaucracy in Spain, they don't make easier for foreign entrepreneurs to invest in Spain. But as entrepreneurs more like you prepared for challenges. The first challenge the entrepreneurs must prove that reside in Spain in contrast with others western countries where entrepreneurs don't need a fix address in country to start up a company.


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Our politiciens and Bankers destruid the economy of spain. Now we're going through hard time.
Juan , Spain, Madrid


We don't what happen with economy of this Africa. Lot of people are not happy, speciallly young ones.
Maria , Spain, Madrid




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Spain tourist spots

Pueblos Blancos or white villages, Andalucia

The white villages or pueblos blancos (in Spanish) that spot the rocky hillsides in central Andalucia seem to almost challenge gravity in places. In the past it was a farming village, when the younger decided to leave the village and to look jobs in cities the village fell in despair. Now locals and overseas visitors have rediscovered their charm, and the narrow streets, whitewashed houses, pretty old churches and flower-strewn squares have been restored. Particularly lovely villages include Grazalema, Vejer de la Frontera and Arcos de la Frontera.
 white villages or Pueblos Blancos


The Alhambra, Granada

The attractively ornate Moorish palace, the Alhambra, is one of Spain's most visited monuments and it's not hard to see why. A sprawling complex of palaces encircled by ornate gardens perched atop of a hill with the snowy peaks of the Sierra Nevada Mountains behind, it's in a spectacular location. The interior is similarly beautiful with romantic involved Moorish-style decoration around peaceful courtyards contrasting with the powerfully simplistic lines of later vast Baroque additions.
The Alhambra in Granada


City of Arts and Sciences,Valencia

The wonderful curves of the Guggenheim museum have really put Bilbao on the map, but it's the City of Arts and Sciences designed by the wonderfully exuberant Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava that is the pinnacle of modern architecture in Spain. His shapeless, buildings in bleak white are a feast of odd angles and remarkable shapes at any time of the day, but they look particularly spectacular when flood light at night..
City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia


Plaza de Espana,Seville

It was designed by local architect Anibal Gonzalez for the great 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition that was held in the city and virtually bankrupted it. It's a feast of ornate colourful towers and colonnades decorated with tiles and motifs. In center of Plaza there are a huge fountain and canals which visitors can float along on hired pedals. It's such a beautiful place that it often features in movies such as Star Wars Episode 2, Attack of the Clones.

Plaza de Espana in Seville


Gaudi's Masterpieces, Barcelona

Barcelona has plenty to offer the visitor such as great nightlife, shopping and beaches. But it's the famous buildings created by legendary architect Gaudi that are by far the biggest stars of the show. The still unfinished La Sagrada Familia with its formless spindly towers and oddly shaped buttresses and roof is the most visited of his creations. Although his residential buildings like the Casa Mila are also wonderful as are his more playful statues and benches in the popular Park Guell.
Gaudi's Masterpieces in Barcelona


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Spain is beautifully country for holiday, the weather is nice in summer. Ibiza!
Jay


Spain is one best place to for holiday despite more expensive in contrast with other southern European Countries.
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