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Down here you can find some useful information about Spain for you as a future trainee!!!

Spanish (Español) is a Romance language in the Ibero-Romance group. As of 2010, 329 to 358 million people speak Spanish as a native language and a total of 417 million people speak it worldwide. It is the second most natively spoken language in the world. Spanish is recognised as one of the six official languages of the United Nations and also in the European Union. It´s said that Spanish, after English, is the second most important language in the world as a result of the increasing use in United States and the high birth rate in most of the south-american countries where Spanish is the official language. Besides, the growing economics in the Spanish-speaking world, the influence in the worldwide music market and the interest of it´s literature make that Spanish language becomes more and more popular.
 
Spanish is the official language in more than 20 countries in Europe and overseas. In the USA also, more than 42 millions inhabitants speak better Spanish than English! What makes 14% of the US citizens. If you travel to California or Florida, don’t forget your Spanish dictionary!
 
Spanish originate mainly from the Latin and shows a lot of resemblance with her geographic neighbours in Europe. Regarding to the phonology, grammar and orthographic Spanish is related to different languages. Of this, Portuguese shows the most resemblance. However, Spanish is also related to Catalan, Galicia and several other Roman languages. Spanish shows fewer resemblances with French and Italian, but in spite of this, Spanish has strong connections with these languages because of the Latin background.     
 
Just classes will not give you enough Spanish skills. The best way to learn it well is to speak with the Spanish natives speakers. Animafest Experience StageSpain makes that happen for the students. StageSpain was created by and for young people fifteen years ago, as they became aware of how important Spanish is in the world. Now we offer more than 400 places in marketing, tourism, entertainment, reception, compatibility and hospitality. We own these numerous places to our partner hotels and campsites in all the Spanish coasts.

The culture in Spain is very varied and interesting, that’s why Spain is a good place to do an Internship!

Its Atlantic shores and the huge plains of the interior have very distinct characteristics. Similarly, the Mediterranean Coast change its ‘flavour’ as it sweep down from the Pyrenees through the pine forests of the Costa Brava and Costa Dorada. From the picturesque orange blossom coast of the Costa del Azahar, past the stunning beaches of the Costa Blanca and Costa Calida, the landscape finally becomes semi-arid as we approach the Costa de Almeria. In contrast, we turn west to discover the Lush green fairways of the Costa del Sol or north to northern Spain. With your internship in Spain you can be in one of these places and also visit other parts if you want. In Spain, there are a number of interesting museums for example the Dali museum and the Guggenheim Museum. Also eight world heritage cities that you shouldn’t miss when you’re doing your Internship in Spain.

Spain is a constitutional monarchy of 17 autonomous communities, including the off-shore territories of the Balearics (to the east) and the Canaries (off Africa’s north-western shares). Also Spain makes part of the European Union that’s why it’s easy to you to do an Internship in Spain.

After King Juan Carlos came to power, Spanish culture quickly changed to encouraged the growth of the tourism industry that brought so many of us to her coasts. The British, especially, have fallen in love with Spain and this explains its popularity as a destination for buyers of overseas property and to do an Internship.

Spain has a rich linguistic heritage. There are four official languages; Castilian Spanish (the most commonly spoken), Catalan (used in Cataluña and the Balearics), Basque (spoken in the Basque regions of both France and Spain) and, finally, Galician. As if that weren't enough, there are a number of local dialects such as Valencian and Andalucian. This is all part of the diverse culture of Spain, which you can experience during your Internship in Spain.

Spain is the world’s third largest wine producer; with an industry that most experts regard as the fastest improving viniculture of recent decades. Rioja is the most loved variety and it’s a highly distinctive, full bodied wine available in both red and white. When you have your day off in your Internship in Spain you can taste all the different foods and drinks from Spain.

Widely known for Flamenco music and dance, bullfights, fantastic beaches and lots of sunshine, which you can discover during your Internship, Spain has much more to offer than that. It is and has been for many years one of the centres of culture in Europe.

Spain has an extraordinary artistic heritage. The dominant figures of the Golden Age were the Toledo-based artists El Greco and Diego Velázquez. Francisco de Goya emerged in the 18th century as Spain's most prolific painter and he produced some wonderfully unflattering portraits of royalty. The art world in the early 20th century was influenced by a remarkable group of Spanish artists: Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí, ambassadors of the artistic culture in Spain.

Spain's architecture ranges from prehistoric monuments in Minorca in the Balearic Islands, to the Roman ruins of Merida and Tarragona, the decorative Lonja in Seville, Mudéjar buildings, Gothic cathedrals, castles, fantastic modernist monuments and Gaudi’s intricate fabulist sculptures in Barcelona. They are all representative of the culture of Spain and are all places that’s you can’t miss when you are in your Internship in Spain.

Another example of Spanish culture is the invention of the Spanish guitar that you can learn how to play and listen in your Internship in Spain. The Spanish guitar was invented in Andalusia in the 1790's when a sixth string was added to the Moorish lute. It gained its modern shape in the 1870's. Spanish musicians have taken the humble guitar to dizzying heights of virtuosity and none more so than Andrés Segovia (1893-1997), who established classical guitar as a genre. Flamenco, music rooted in the cante jondo (deep song) of the gitanos (gypsies) of Andalusia, is experiencing a revival. Paco de Lucia is the best known flamenco guitarist internationally.

Learn about the different facets of the culture of Spain with your Internship in Spain and take advantage of the cultural opportunities in the large cities or by visiting the small villages in the county side to experience the varied and interesting culture of Spain.

Make an Internship in Spain and learn more about this beautiful country with a good variety of Culture, events, food, drinks and many other thinks that you can only check with your Internship.

The bussiest months in Spain are from May till August. When you want to go to Spain in this period, you need to book early. Although there are enough hotels and campsites where you can stay, you have to book a flight. Besides when you book at a travel agency it is much cheaper than to book at the hotel. During the Dutch holidays you will see a lot of Dutch tourists in the Spanish coast areas. Spain is also popular among the German, Russian and British people. Young people often go to places like Salou, Lloret de Mar and Malgrat de Mar.
 
If you do not like mass tourism but you prefere peace and quietness, the spring, the beginning of the summer and the end of the summer until autumn are also good periods to visit Spain. The climate is nice and there is a lot of choice of accommodation. These periods are less busy and often a lot cheaper. This will be an excellent time to go to Spain for your holiday if you like peace and quietness.

Food is more than a form of sustenance in Spain. Literally, it is a way of life. The country's distinctive cuisine brings together unique regional dishes and special ingredients. Tourists travelling to Spain are often given a useful piece of advice - the Spanish eat late. Don't expect many restaurants to be open before 7 p.m. and if you're eating around this time you won't be likely to see many Spaniards sharing tables. The Spanish dinner is often light because they are used to have a large lunch with the early evening tradition of tapas. Also paella is really famous in Spain and you can get it in every Spanish restaurant.

Tapas are probably the concept of Spanish cuisine most admired and imitated around the world, inspiring thousands of bars and restaurants. The idea is simple, straightforward, and a visit to a tapas bar is possibly the best way to sample a wide variety of Spanish food. The most famous Spanish drinks are Sangria, Liquor 43, Cava, Clara, Coffee with milk, coffee with ice cubes and cocktails.

Spanish cooking uses quite a lot of meat, depending on farming and tradition in the region. Chicken, pork and rabbit feature in many dishes and meat products like sausages and salamis are in a class of their own - particularly chorizo, Spain's spicy best-loved sausage. Prawns and shrimps are extremely popular, and anchovies and sardines are both widely consumed. Squid cooked in its own ink has to be tasted to be believed, and rape (or monkfish) is one of the nation's favourites. All these can make an appearance in the ubiquitous fish soup which varies from region to region. Gazpacho is another famous Spanish soup, made with tomato, olive oil, garlic, cucumbers and croutons, served chilled.

If you pass the selection and you already know in what hotel you are going to do your internship. Then it is time to look for a way to get to Spain. The easiest way is of course by plane. There are low budget airlines where you can book your ticket fast and fly to a sunny and challenging internship.

From the countless reasons that can spur students to make a internship in Spain, without referring to Paella or Corrida, the nightlife is doubtless the most massively endorsed. Indeed Spain has the reputation to be joyful and very convivial. The Spanish, more than any other people like to go out and the “calor” (warmth) of their nights (even in winter) is not to be demonstrated anymore! To experiment it the best, the visitors have to be aware of the basic rules of a Spanish night, but moreover be prepared to the intensive rhythm of a Spanish night.
Usually a Party night in Spain starts with a glass (or more…) in a café or in a “tasca” (kind of pub where people eat Tapas also). Once it is started, you will not stay alone at your table: the main interest of those places are exchange and discussion with total unknown people. Spanish indeed seem to fear lone and quiet ambiances.

A small munch during the night? Then you have the choice between those « tascas » again, and charm full traditional restaurants. The locals appreciate a lot not to eat home alone. The only thing is to be patient, as the dinner use to be served around 10:00 pm. In summer it can be up to midnight!

Afterwards several choices are up to you… culture addicts will go to the cinema or theatre. Others have to chose between the plenty of musical places that appears everywhere at nightfall. A smart choice will be to enter a nightclub : in every town or sea resort you will find the one that suits you, and they are opened until the morning. For those who still want to sleep for some hours, the local pubs will be enough, with their cheap drinks and musical ambiance. They generally close around 3:00 in the morning.

Spain: delicious food, beautiful beaches and a lot of sun. Excellent to spend a few weeks, especially during the summer months. The Spanish coast is about 2.485,48 miles long along wonderful seas. In the north of the coastline lies the Bay of Biscay. In the east and south of the coastline lies the Mediterranean Sea and in the west and south lies the Atlantic Ocean. These three seas are annual good for millions of tourists.

The tourism has grown in Spain as one of the most important sources of income for the country. You can see for example, that the inhabitants are moving from the inland to the coast en the big cities. A lot of tourists are getting a summerhouse in Spain, so they can come back every year. The hotels and the campsites in Spain are during the summer months are largely full, that is why people choose more often to avoid the busy periods. 

 

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Internships and tranining periods in Spain ?

 

Como hacer practicas en España?

 

Faire un stage en Espagne ?

 

Willst du ein Praktikum in Spanien absolvieren?

 

Wil jij stage lopen in Spanje?

 
 

Every year, students are looking for internships around Europe, Spain is one of the most chosen country by students because they want to learn Spanish, the 3rd most spoken language in the world.

StageSpain helps you to find an internship or a job in Spain in the best hotels and resorts. We offer trainings in Coast Brava, Coast Maresme, Coast Barcelona, Coast Alicante, Coast Valencia, Coast del Sol, Coast Almeria, Coast Islas Canarias, Coast Islas Baleares.


We work with more than 200 hotels and tourism resorts, We help you to find different trainings in different areas of tourism.

 

Cada año los estudiantes están buscando practicas y jobs alrededor de Europa y sobretodo en España. España es uno de los países que los estudiantes eligen porque quieren aprender y hablar el español: la tercera lengua del mundo.

StageSpain te ayuda encontrar practicas o trabajo en España. Practicas en los mejores hoteles y centros turísticos de España. Estamos en la costa Brava, costa Maresme, costa Barcelona, costa Alicante, costa Valencia, Costa del Sol, costa Almería, costa Islas Canarias, costa Islas Baleares.

Trabajamos con más de 200 hoteles y organismos de turismo, te ayudamos a encontrar en diferentes departamentos en el área del turismo.

 

  Chaque année nombreux sont les étudiants qui recherchent des stages ou jobs en Europe. L’Espagne est un des pays que les étudiants préfèrent puisqu’ils veulent apprendre et pratiquer la 3ème langue la plus parlée au monde : l’espagnol.

Stage-Espagne vous aide à trouver un stage ou job dans les meilleurs hôtels et centres touristiques d’Espagne. Nous vous proposons des places sur la Costa Brava, Costa Maresme, Costa Barcelone, Costa Alicante, Costa Valencia, Costa del Sol, Costa Almería, Costa Islas Canarias, Costa Islas Baleares.

Nous sommes en collaboration avec plus de 200 hôtels et organismes de tourisme, nous t’aidons à trouver ton stage/job dans différents départements du secteur de tourisme
 

Jedes Jahr schauen sich Studenten nach einem Praktikum in Europa um. Spanien ist eines der beliebtesten Länder um ein Praktikum zu absolvieren auch weil es gleichzeitig möglich ist Spanisch zu lernen.

Praktikum- Spanien arbeitet mit mehr als 200 der schönsten Hotels Spaniens zusammen und vermittelt Praktikumsstellen an Europäische Studenten.

Die Hotels befinden sich: Costa Brava, Costa Maresme, Costa Barcelone, Costa Alicante, Costa Valencia, Costa del Sol, Costa Almería, Costa Islas Canarias, Costa Islas Baleares.Wir helfen Dir ein Praktikum im Gastronomie oder Hotelbereich zu finden.

 

Elk jaar zoeken studenten stageplekken binnen Europa, zo ook in Spanje. Spanje is een van de landen die veel studenten kiezen, omdat ze dan spaans kunnen leren.

Stage-Spanje helpt je om een stageplek of werk in spanje te vinden. Stageplekken in de beste hotels en de mooiste plekken van Spanje. We bieden stageplekken aan in Costa Brava, Costa Maresme, Costa Barcelona, Costa Alicante, Costa Valencia, Costa del Sol, Costa Almeria, Costa islas Canarias, Costa islas Baleares.

We werken samen met meer dan 200 hotels en toeristische plekken, We helpen je met het vinden van een stageplek op verschillende afdelingen binnen verschillende toeristische bedrijven.

 
 

Internship entertainment
Internship reception
Internship bar
Internship restaurant
Internship booking call center
Internship marketing
Internship accounting

  Prácticas de animación
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Prácticas de restaurante
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  Stage animation
Stage réception
Stage bar
Stage restaurant
Stage réservation
Stage marketing
Stage comptabilité

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Praktikum Rezeption
Praktikum Rezeption
Praktikum Restaurant
Praktikum Réservation
Praktikum Marketing
Praktikum Accounting

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Stage receptie
Stage horeca
Stage boekingen call center
Stage marketing
Stage accounting
 
 

         
 

 


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