When I’m thinking about Spanish tradition, first things that might come to mind include the siesta, flamenco dancers, the bullfight, sea food, party and beaches. In small city in Spain, called Pamplona is tradition that a fighting bull runs behind participants during the Running of the Bulls. It is as part of a religious festival to honor St. Fermin, the patron saint of the city. The bulls run behind participants through the historic centre of Pamplona for eight days. This fiesta made famous Ernest Hemingway with his novel "The Sun Also Rises", in 1926.

To improve your language skills is one of the best things; you can do during your internship. Learning how to express your opinion in a foreign culture, particularly in a foreign language, is a huge boost to an intern’s overall communication skills. When we are learning our native language, firstly we are listening, then we are speaking, then we are reading and finally we are writing. Listening, speaking, reading and writing are the four language skills we need to develop for total communication.


I want to show you what is important to have in good CV when you are applying for a Job or for Internship. Curriculum vitae allow you to summarize your education, skills and experience, selling yourself to employers.


My travel experience and packing experience have led to a simplified process to help you through packing for your internship abroad.

As the temperature continues to rise this summer, the occurrences of dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke in adults and children will also be on the rise.

Los países latinos y el gusto por cocinar es una gran historia de amor. España, famosa por su espíritu festivo, es un país con una gastronomía rica y variada, algunos de los mejores vinos del mundo, una cocina vanguardista ... A los españoles les gusta cocinar y comer bien, pero les gusta comer mucho fuera de su casa. La gastronomía sudamericana es muy rica en sabores, olores y texturas.

Upcoming festivals in Spain, 2018

Spain has many festivals, which we do not want you to miss during your stay! Therefore, we wrote down the first upcoming festivals for you, so you can get to know the Spanish culture!

How to survive your internship

What to do during your internship? Where will you live? What is the best way to make friends? So many questions, we will help you to answer them all! In this blog we will provide you with tips & tricks which you can use during your time abroad.

Spanish People call it Semana Santa - The Holy Week. Easter is one of the most significant and spectacular celebration in Spain, impressive for its outstanding brotherhoods’ processions and extraordinary, old traditions which are different in each region.

Spanish people are known as very passionate, friendly, positive and enthusiastic nation.There are some other things what you might not know about Spaniards what would be interesting and useful to take into consideration while doing the internship in Spain.

School education, university/college degree have become a common practice and there are now many ways to get an education. But is it enough in modern society?

Outbound tourism is increasing every year by 4-5% and Europe is the most visited region in the world. Although going abroad has become more than just a way to relax and go sightseeing. In the job market, the skills and experiences of working in an international environment are currently the ones most desired by the employers. You can have 3 degrees in your home country and still, a company will prefer a person who has experience working/studying abroad and is able to work with people from different cultural backgrounds.

If you are currently living in Spain or just passing by, there are several events that you can´t miss. Some of them are very well-know by foreigners, some others not so much. So we elaborated this article to show you some of the events and activities you can´t miss this year. 

You can see some of them here:

One of the things everyone should expect when they do an internship or any other kind of mobility abroad is the cultural shock. Every single country has its own way of behaving and connecting and sometimes they differ a great deal from each other. If you are working in Spain, you need to be ready for that shock and learn how to overcome it. Your manager is your superior, and the opinion he/she has of you can affect your work experience. Whatever we like it or not, the truth is, your superior will likely help you out more if he/she likes you and has a good relationship with you. For that reason, here are some tips:

As a recruitment company, we deal with hundreds of students every day and we face many challenges that made us realize some things through the years.

Based on our experience and daily contact with schools, students and hotels we decided to elaborate this article in order to tell you the gap that we found between what employers are searching for and what students are able to offer.

There´s still many misconceptions about what is like to work in a 3 and a 5 star hotel. In this article you will get to know more about some of the differences an intern will face while working in this two different types of hotels.

Most students when searching for an internship want to be in a 5-star Hotel, because they think is better, but is it always like this?

Valentine´s day is coming!!!

Last year we suggested you to fall in love with one of our internships (Valentine's Day - right a time to find your match internship). Were you able to find your perfect internship or are you still searching for one?? Don´t worry, we can still provide you with an amazing internship here, in Spain.

Are you still a student and don´t know what to do during the summer break? Or are you just trying to find something to occupy all the free time you will have and earn some change at the same time? Then you´re in the right place!! You can have your first working experience in the area of tourism and hospitality in our hotels.

Carnival is here!

Several people love to celebrate this day or time of the year where you can just wear goofy clothes, watch enormous parades and have lots of parties and fun moments. Everybody knows about the Brazilian Carnival; however, the truth is that even the Spanish likes to celebrate this event. Many Spanish cities are filled with masked people, good disposition and tons of curious observers.

Nowadays, European countries are dominating the ranking of the most visited countries in the world. With France ranking number 1 at the end of 2017, and with Spain being very close of overpassing the USA and taking the number 2 spot.

In 2017, Spain received more than 82 million tourists, and is expected to have an increase in the coming years.

Portugal está cada vez mais nas bocas do mundo. Os vários destaques que tem recebido na imprensa internacional a elogiar a comida, o tempo, a cultura e as pessoas têm vindo a atrair cada vez mais curiosos e amantes de viagens. No entanto, a cereja no topo do bolo foi o facto de Portugal ter ganho o título de melhor destino do mundo nos world travel awards.

Waking up to snow, drinking warm chocolate milk, sitting around the fireplace or heater depending on what you have, is things that we all associate with the Christmas holiday. But how do Canarians celebrate their X-mas? Here are a few activities to try out this holiday.

1. Relaxing on the beach!

From Lanzarote to Fuerteventura, the Canary Islands’ weather is as beautiful and sunny as any other day. So, why not try relaxing on the beach with a Christmas drink in hand, watching the nativity scene being made out of the sand on Las Canteras beach, Gran Canaria or take a stroll down the Christmas markets.

2. Enjoy the music!

Experience the open-air Christmas concert in Santa Cruz, on Tenerife or tune into their live broadcast of the concert. Or if you are in the mood for partying, why not dance the night away at the local Christmas party and enjoy the music.

Why should you learn Spanish?

You decided you want to learn a new language, but you can’t decide which one! Besides the obvious reasons why a foreign language brings you benefits, here are some reasons why you should learn Spanish.

When you are young you are still trying to find yourself, figuring out who you are and what you want. It’s time to take advantage of our times!

We are becoming a global society; more and more people travel in search for a better life or a new experience. In every part of the world we can find the most diverse nationalities. The experience you gain from traveling abroad, the people you meet from every part of the world can give you life-long personal benefits as well a step further in the professional world.

Numerous understudies server in the late spring or amid the school year, however they don't understand the important lessons they learn will profit them in their scan for business and in their post-graduate professions. It's extraordinary to stack up your resume with clubs and activities, however low maintenance work like serving gives priceless experience.

Tossa de Mar is located between Lloret de Mar y Sant Feliu Guixols and it is undoubtedly one of the best villages on the Costa Brava. The Carrer del Portal  which is a street full of shops of typical products solely and exclusively for tourists. There are also shops for non-tourists but they are not the ones that abound. The second important street is the promenade along Tossa beach. In addition to these two streets, the town has a small walled city that gives it a special charm. The main attraction of Tossa is its beaches and coves which we can reach in a short drive.