Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Importance of languages to find a good job

Nowadays, the economic crisis of countries like Spain has made many people have to leave their family and their life to go to another european cities to find better labour conditions. Travelling around the proper Spain can be a good option before making the decision of going abroad or emigrating, but it is important to know that, if you ou want to stay in Spain it is necessary to have a good curriculum vitae.

What should a curriculum vitae contain to be well considered?

We should take into account that there are many English speaking jobs in Madrid, so it would be interesting if we could be fluent in English and other european languages such as German or French. That way we could have more labour opportunities inside Spain.

In times of difficult economic situations, it is complicated to find jobs in Madrid, but knowing to speak other languages is guarantee to get a good position.

In conclusion, when there is a finantial crisis like what Spain is already suffering, people (young people above all) should be well prepared. A good academic training which includes the more languages as possible is for sure the best recip, the magic formula for success.

And you, are you fluent in English?

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Salamanca: Art, Taste and Bulls

It is a very old slogan, but it still applies nowadays. This Spanish province, bordering Portugal is very special: filled with monuments, museums and historic places; the cradle of a unique gastronomic culture; and home for perhaps the best bulls in the world.



Monday, January 7, 2013

Paella recipe


Spanish culinary emblem, Paella is originally from Valencia, though it has today many variants with ingredients from the different regions of Spain. It’s basically a cook of rice with chicken, duck, rabbit and snails, but with common variants as the seafood paella (with fish or seafood) and the mixed paella (with meat and fish paella).


Travel around Spain - Paella

(see below for French version - voir ci-dessous pour la version française)

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Unmissable Places in Gran Canaria, Canary Islands

Gran Canaria is a real "Miniature Continent". Dunes, deep ravines, ancient pine forests, lush palm trees and beautiful beaches. Mild summers and warm winters. The absence of extreme temperatures, warm waters and gentle winds invite to leisure, relax and enjoy anytime of the year. These are the sites that we believe essential in your visit to the round island, the most populated of the Canary Islands.


Travel around Spain - Gran Canaria

Monday, October 1, 2012

Priego de Cordoba, white village in the Cordovan Subbetica range

One of the most beautiful villages in Andalusia, Priego de Cordoba is located on the south of the province of Cordoba and takes part of the region of the Sierra Subbética. With many springs around and known as the cradle of baroque in Cordoba, with a remarkable artistic and monumental heritage. The surroundings are dotted with small villages and Andalusian architecture in perfect harmony within the landscape.