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Living in Murcia

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Nicknamed "Europe's Orchard", Murcia is located in Southeast Spain. Its economy is mainly driven by agriculture, wine production and the tourism sector. On moving there, you can benefit from opportunities provided by several foreign companies.

By living in Murcia, you will also enjoy a mild climate with more than 3,000 hours of sunshine per year. As a university hub, it also attracts many international students.

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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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Life in La Unión

3 years ago

Ordinary Spanish things from a British perspective. Life in La Unión is the latest in a series of "Life in" blogs which reflect the towns and villages I have lived in whilst in Spain.

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