Indian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Avenida Pio XII, 30-32
28016 Madrid, Spain
Tel: +34 91 309 88 82, +34 917693741
Indian nationals travelling to Spain require a Spain Schengen Visa, which allows them to travel to all the Schengen countries, including Spain for a maximum period of up to 90 days. During the Spain Visa application, applicants need the following supporting documents:
Spain – the land of flamenco, siestas, and fiestas, endures as one of the most visited countries in the world. This multicultural country is made up of 17 regions, each offering its own take on cultural etiquette, traditions, food, and art such as the famous ‘Paella’ and ‘Bullfighting’.
Spain itself is an alluring conglomeration of diverse landscapes, bustling cities, scenic countryside, and incredible cuisine. All of these can be consumed in one giant fest or nibbled away at repeat trips. After all, Spain is one appetizing country.
The are many beautiful cities in Spain ensuring that there is never a dull moment during your time here. Here are some of these enigmatic cities which are right out of a romantic’s dream:
The ultimate tourist attraction of Spain - Barcelona is the colorful Catalan capital that flaunts the bustling beaches, glittering nightlife and lively shopping. The architectural marvels of Antoni Gaudi (Spain’s famous architect) are unique to Barcelona, which include the Sagrada Familia Church and the Casa Batllo. You can also explore the city's equally magnificent outdoor offerings like Parc Guell and La Barceloneta beach and centuries-old neighbourhood like Barri Gotic.
Magnificent Madrid, the capital of Spain is a city of vibrant neighbourhoods, enviable shopping, stunning parks, wide boulevard and of course its fine art. Madrid is famous as one of Europe’s most colorful cosmopolitan cities.
A single visit to this city will fill your heart with its melodies of the Spanish guitar, joyful laughter from midday meals and the swish of a flamenco dancer's skirt. A visit to Madrid is incomplete without exploring its astounding museums, including Museo del Prado, and Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.
The third-biggest city in Spain, Valencia, is a city of arts, sciences and Mediterranean lifestyle. This coastal city is the birthplace of ‘Paella’, and there are loads of tasty places to eat the same. Travellers can explore Valencia’s gothic and renaissance monuments, dynamic museums, lively nightlife, flourishing restaurant scene, and miles of beach.
Boarding a flight to Spain is the best option if you are travelling from out of the country. There are regular flights from Mumbai and Delhi if you are looking to explore this breathtaking country to its fullest. The leading international airports of Spain - the Barcelona International Airport, Malaga International Airport and Madrid International Airport - are all serviced by many airlines, connecting Spain to destinations from all over the world. However, if you are in Europe, and Spain is the next destination on your list, then the best option to get there is via train, i.e. Eurail.
Spain has a lot to offer travellers no matter which season they visit in. Usually, July to August is considered the best time to visit Spain. However, if you are looking for warm weather, long nights and festivals, it’s best to visit in the Spring (March to May). The start of Autumn, i.e. September to November, is also a pleasant time as the crowds thin out and the temperature starts to cool off.
When visiting Spain, there are many things a traveller would need to pack. Apart from the essentials such as summer or winter clothing, the following items are must:
Whether one is on a city break in Spain or is excited about a countryside retreat, Spain has many lip-smacking delicacies to offer.
The most iconic Spanish food is, of course, Paella. The key ingredient in Paella is chicken; however, the traditional seafood version is more famous in coastal areas. For an authentic paella, a visit to Valencia is a must.
Gazpacho, the fresh, chilled tomato soup has claimed space on menus around the world. Usually eaten as an appetizer, a refreshing Gazpacho made from full-flavoured Spanish tomatoes cools one down on a hot summer day. Gazpacho is made from blending fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, garlic, green peppers, onions, herbs and vinegar.
Known to be an excellent starter for breakfast, lunch and even dinner, Tortilla Espanola is a Spanish omelette. The best Tortilla Espanola is made by slow-cooking potato and caramelized onion in olive oil and then adding eggs to turn it into a thick omelette.
When you are planning your Spain vacation, you may want to leave a little extra room in your bags to bring home some incredible souvenirs. It is difficult visiting Spain and not falling in love with things that are sold in its local markets. Here are some of the unique things one can shop for when in Spain:
Spanish fan is a great souvenir, especially for the ladies of your house who can fan themselves with an Abanico just like Spanish women. Abanicos come with different designs, colors, and styles to choose from.
Spanish olive oil has unique flavours that you can't find anywhere else and is therefore considered the best in the world. The best place to buy olive oil is Jaen in Andalusia.
Location: Carrer de Sancho de Avila, 167, 08018, Barcelona
Contact: +34 931 72 81 31
Location: B. Plaza de hermanos, 28042, Madrid
Contact: +34 911 26 97 19
Location: Bajo, 46008, Valencia
Contact: +34 962 05 78 33
The knowledge of these major healthcare centres in Spain will help you get quick assistance in the event of a medical emergency. Take a look:
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Location: Carrer de Villarroel, 170, Barcelona, Spain
Contact: +34 932 275 400
Location: Paseo de la Castellana, 261, 28046, Madrid, Spain
Contact: +34 917 27 70 00
Location: Avenida Manuel Siurot s/n, 41013 Seville, Spain
Contact: +34 955 012 000
Moreover, before you get on the adventure train to this soul-stirring destination, secure protection of travel insurance. A travel insurance plan will help trace the best hospitals in Spain and provide appropriate treatment during any medical emergency in this foreign land.
The official currency of Spain is Euro.
Spanish, also known as Castilian, is the official language of Spain, which is spoken by about 90% of the population as a first or second language. Other languages like Catalan, Galician and Basque, are spoken by 19%, 5% and 2% of the population respectively.
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