Catalonia has become an increasingly popular area among families from the international community. There are few regions in Spain which boast such diverse landscape, pristine beaches and high quality of life. As the most prosperous of Spain’s 17 regions, Catalonia houses roughly 19 percent of Spain’s economy, benefiting from tourism, exports, manufacturing and industry and its capital Barcelona has become a hub for FinTech start-ups. Many families arrive in Catalonia intending to stay for a short period due to a work contract but end up choosing to relocate to the region permanently.
"I grew up hearing birth stories. My mom would get this kind of glow when she talked about birth and she always talked about it in a way that made me in awe of the woman she was talking about." Midwife Karen Wilmot […]
Part 1 of a 4 part series on how to apply for a place at an American University, by Sandra Cress, a Barcelona-based independent university admissions advisor. (Photo: Connecticut College, New London, CT) […]
"Be sure to check that packing services are included in your quoted price. For big international moves, ordinary people are generally advised against packing goods by themselves. This is because customs requirements and international rules and regulations apply and tend to be rather complex." […]