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Living in the Basque Country

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Known as Euskadi by the locals, the Basque Country is very conducive to expatriation. Located in the North of Spain, it is surrounded by vast plains, magnificent mountains and coves, overlooked by an amazing blue sky.

By choosing to move to the Basque Country, you will mingle with a warm cosmopolitan population and benefit from several opportunities. The region is known for the highest per-capita income in Spain.

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Rent prices are quite high in Barcelona, just like in Madrid. There are different forms of accommodation available in a variety of neighbourhoods.

Rent prices in Madrid can be quite high. But the Spanish capital city has rather attractive neighborhoods and accommodation offers.

Sevilla's economy was badly affected by the 2008 economic crisis and many people remain unemployed. However it is possible for expats to find work

Although Malaga was affected by the 2008 economic crisis, expats can still find a job. However, there is a high level of unemployment.

Tourists and expatriates wishing to travel to Spain are advised to inquire on authorised and banned products beforehand. Some may be imported duty fre

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A California gal living in Spain and writes about all things Spanish and Basque, perspective on expat life, food lover and travel smitten.

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c/ Lecesarri, 20 20560 Oñate, Guipúzcoa , Basque Country

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