Do I Need a Passport to Visit Spain?

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You require a passport to visit Spain and you must ensure that it is valid for least three months. However, for the EU nationals, you are only needed to provide a valid document to prove that you are an EU national.
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Some clichés hold true. Spain, stretching sun-drenched and untamed to the south of the wild and majestic Pyrenees, is a passionate nation littered with glittering beaches where beach lovers soak up ... More »
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1. Barcelona. Gothic architecture. Gaudí!!!!! A day trip to Tarragona for Roman architecture. The food and wine are pretty good; Tarragona is notable for good seafood.
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