is always better to plan ahead, especially if you’re
going to undertake something as big as a trip to
Spain. It doesn’t matter where you live; if
you speak German, English, French, etc. as a native
language…you need to do research before travelling.
In order to make the most of your trip, follow these
tips. Actually, you can apply them to any trip, anywhere,
but today we’ll focus on Spain.
Start saving money ahead. Things may be either cheaper than they are in your
country, or way more expensive depending on your currency…whatever
your circumstances are, there is one thing for sure: when you travel, you
don’t pass by the same place twice. So if you see something that you
like, you cannot be speculating with how much money you have left, and how
much you can spend per day (as long as you don’t do anything crazy).
You don’t want to end up regretting you didn’t buy that thingy
you saw when you had the chance.
Read about the place where you are about to travel: what’s the history
of the town or city? What languages do people speak? What are the places you
cannot afford to miss? Are there any traditional festivals or events going
to be celebrated around the time of your trip? What is the typical cuisine
like? And what about that one dish you must try at least once?
Travelers explain they are glad they took Spanish
lessons Leicester style before
setting off on their trip to Spain. They were not only able to read signs,
communicate with Spaniards, and avoid problems such as ordering the wrong
food, missing trains, and not understanding directions when asking; but also,
learning the language allowed them to experience the Spanish cultural nuances
that cannot be explained in words, just experienced. A language goes hand
in hand with its cultural background; hence the importance of knowing at
least the basics of the language spoken at that place we are travelling.
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Leave your home in order
You will probably need someone to water your plants or feed your cat while
you’re away. Also, you want to make sure all your bills are paid, your
appointments cancelled, etc. before leaving. Let your closest friends and
relatives know that you’ll be away, and you may also want to give one
of them (the one you trust the most) a spare key of your house just in case.