1. Make a list of MUST SEE places before you go
Would you rather relax on the beach in Majorca or visit the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, or both!? Make a list of places you don’t want to miss before you go so you can make the most of your vacation.
2. Travel Safety
Safety is the number one priority when travelling. Keeping a list of emergency numbers and a little extra cash on hand is a good way to feel secure during your trip!
3. Bring A Bag of Essentials Placing items like passports, credit cards, flight tickets, and keys in one secure location in a carry on bag or handbag can ease your mind while travelling and keep everything organized.
4. What to Wear?
Adding your travel destination in Spain to your phone’s weather app is a good way to get a feel for the daily climate and how to pack. It is also a nice little reminder of your exciting vacation ahead!
5. Learn a Little Bit of the Language
Spanish is one of the beautiful romance languages of the world. Pocket dictionaries and websites like DuoLingo.com are fun and easy ways to learn a few phrases to say while you’re there!
6. Electronic Adapators
Having a fully charged phone is always a concern while travelling. In Spain, round pin adaptors are needed to convert your electronic appliances to this system to make sure they can be charged. These can easily be found in most home goods stores or online.
The currency used in Spain, and many parts of Europe, is the euro. Exchange your original currency to euros before you travel to use on your trip. But don’t forget to keep some currency of your home country on hand to use in the airport!
Article courtesy of Promo Holidays