Communications


How can you connect to the internet and check your e-mails?

If you want to connect to the internet, numerous establishments in Spain offer free WiFi connections: cafés, restaurants, kiosks… You'll also find it in a number of airports, train and bus stations, and some shopping centres and hotels. You may sometimes need to ask for the password.What's more, many venues offer free WiFi in public spaces like parks or squares.Remember that these connections have a maximum speed limit, so they're mainly useful for finding specific information. You can also connect to the Internet via your mobile device. Another advantage is that in Spain you can enjoy extensive 4G mobile coverage. Remember to check your usual mobile phone operator's conditions and rates before you travel.

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How do I send a letter, fax or telegram?

You can send a letter from anywhere in Spain. To do so, you’ll have to buy stamps at establishments that sell tobacco, called "Estancos" , or at Post Offices.

To send a letter or postcard, you will need to put it in a letterbox. You’ll find these on the street, at stations or at airports. If your accommodation has a concierge service, you may be able to leave it with them to send it for you.

If you want to send a package, transfer money or send a telegram, you’ll have to go to a Post Office. These offices also provide fax and bureaufax services. You can also send a fax from most hotels.

The Correos website has complete information on these types of deliveries.

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