Spain.. between the legacy of the East and the modernity of the west
Spain… Between the Eastern Legacy and the Western Modernity

Do you have an interest in ancient civilizations or the architecture that distinguishes them?

Are you looking for a profitable place to invest in real estate?

Do you like warm sunny weather for most of the year?

Are you looking forward to studying at a world-class university?

Many questions, and Spain is the answer that wins because of its uniqueness, and its enjoyment of everything you dream to have in your next destination, whether it is for tourism, investment residence, work or education.

Travelling to Spain:

If you want to travel to a European country but you are afraid of the idea of getting a cultural shock or facing a difference in lifestyle, then Spain is the ideal choice for you. Because it is easy to fit in with its local people; this made it a favourite destination for tourists. Spanish people are generous, hospitable, full of life, and interested in maintaining a positive balance between work and social life.

Also, among their priorities is spending time with the nearest and dearest or just relaxing. They love the nightlife, but in midday, specifically between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., you will find most shops closed. Do not be surprised, as this is the midday nap, which is an important part of Spanish culture.

According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development OECD, full-time workers spend about 65 per cent of their day on personal care and entertainment.

And of course, do not forget (the tip), which is a small amount paid with kindness and generosity for a simple service such as parking the car or carrying luggage.

About Spain:

Spain is located on the Iberian Peninsula, characterized by long coastlines overlooking the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Mediterranean to the south. It is the fourth largest country in Europe and the second in Western Europe. Its capital and largest city are Madrid, while Barcelona, ​​its second largest city, is the Catalan capital, and Seville, the Andalusian capital, with its old streets.

Spain, with its architecture and industries, combines the nobility of the East and the modernity of the West, and it has the beauty of history that catches the eye of it, especially for those who are interested in Islamic architecture and its ornamentations.

The most famous is the Great Mosque of Cordoba, which was built by Al-Mustansir Billah, and is one the most important Islamic monuments in the West, and in Madrid, there is an ancient Egyptian temple donated by Egypt to Spain to protect it from drowning.

It is said that the city of Ghadeer, {today known as Cadiz}, is one of the effects of the Phoenician civilization, and it is also the oldest historical city in the West. Talking about these monuments takes a long time, and without visiting or enjoying looking at them, you don`t get any enjoyment. In Spain, UNESCO has registered 48 heritage sites and 42 cultural sites.

It is worth noting that it ranks second directly after Germany with the largest car manufacturers in Europe, and has many large stores and international brands such as El Corte Inglés, Zara and others. It is famous for its many industries, but this does not make it lose its interest in agriculture.

The Spanish currency is the euro, and the cost of living in it is considered low, meaning you need almost 2000$ a month if you want to live in a large city such as Madrid, for newlyweds, the charm of the Spanish countryside will be a suitable choice to live at a cost ranging between 1700-1900 $ a month.

In addition, owning a car in Spain is very easy, and even easier than owning a mobile. And if you are looking for investment opportunities, we at NTL facilitate for you to obtain an investment residence. You can start your journey in real estate investment in Spain, as there are no restrictions on the properties or complications regarding foreign investments.