The city is located south of Lolbregate and Basis and the Pyrenees mountains. This has also become the first tourist destination in Spain. Barcelona, the city, seaport, and province of Barcelona Provincia (province) and the capital, Catalonia, is located 90 miles (150 kilometers) south of the French border. It is the main Mediterranean port and commercial center of Spain and is famous for its uniqueness, cultural interest, and physical beauty. Summer is the feast time in Barcelona, when the city hosts some of the largest music festivals in Europe, including Sonar and Premivera Sound. Barcelona is originally served by Josep Taradelas Barcelona – El Pratt International Airport, but can also be reached by transport links to other regional airports, including Girona, Reus, and Lleida-Alguar. Spain is a part of the Shenzhen Area, along with many other countries in Europe. This means that tourists from certain countries will not need a visa for less than 90 days of travel – as long as your passport is valid for at least six months from the date of your planned passage.
Drinking: The federal legal age for buying and drinking alcohol is 18 years old. Greetings: Spaniards usually greet friends and strangers by kissing on both cheeks, although two men rarely do it. Dress: The Spaniards take great pride in their appearance so they dress elegantly even for casual occasions. Visiting churches: It considers disrespectful to travel as a church visitor during public and other worship services. Personal space and eye contact: Spaniards are known to stand very close when talking and say a lot with their hands – don’t imitate them and move away. Eye contact is also very important in Spain. Language: Learning a few basic Spanish phrases can go a long way as a sign of respect.