A strong cup of coffee in the morning, a large delicious lunch, a mid afternoon siesta, a light dinner, and then late night dancing until dawn; this is a day in the life in Spain. Whether you are taking a sun drenched seaside stroll in Barcelona, or sipping sangria in a café in Madrid, Spain offers both locals and foreigners an undeniably pleasant lifestyle. Most English teachers in Spain work 20-25 hours weekly in the classroom, though many also take on private students to make extra money. Because most students are working professionals or university students, you should expect to be giving some lessons in the late afternoon and evenings. A large number of national holidays provides ample opportunities to explore Spain's endless array of cultural and natural treasures from sun-soaked beaches and exquisite Moorish architecture to world-class museums containing works from Spanish national like Picasso and Dali.
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