|LOCATION||One of the oldest countries of Europe which share its land boundary with Portugal in the west, France and Andorra in the north and northeast, and Gibraltar and Morocco in the south.|
|POLITICAL STATUS||A parliamentary constitutional monarchy|
|DATE OF INDEPENDENCE||12 October 1492 ( Hispanic Day )|
|GOVERNMENT TYPE||Spain’s current government is a parliamentary constitutional monarchy that is based on the Spanish Constitution, which was approved in 1978 and establishes a government with three branches: Executive, legislative, and judicial.|
|LEGAL SYSTEM||Civil law system with regional variations|
Spain remained neutral in I and II World Wars but suffered a devastating civil war (1936-1939) and the dictatorship of General Francisco Franco for 36 years.
The quick economic modernization made Spain a rapidly growing dynamic economy and a global champion of freedom and human rights after the death of Dictator Francisco Franco in 1975.
Spain joined the European Union on 1st of January 1986 and participated in the introduction of the Euro, it is also a member country of the Schengen area where border restrictions with other Schengen members have been lifted.
Spain Constitution provides for respect the linguistic and cultural diversity within a united country, In addition, Spain divided into 17 regions all of which have directly elected powers.
Spain remains one of the best value destinations in Europe for a summer, where too many of the world’s must-visit cities are found in Spain, from the cultural majesty of the capital Madrid to the trendy proudly-Catalonian air of Barcelona.
Spain has weird traditional festivals such as (La Tomatina ) throwing tomatoes at one another in the name of tradition and fun.
Also, (Las Fallas) which make giant statues of paper then burn it all at the end of the day, besides other amazing festivals that attract a lot of tourists.
A Golden Visa for Spain
Benefits of Spain Residency Program:
THE MAIN STEPS TO GET SPANISH RESIDENCY: