Granada

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Jacques Paillard

"At the InterNations Events, I didn't only enjoy dancing the night away at some great venues, but I also got to know some great friends. "

Katharina Berbner

"Thanks to InterNations, I found a good language school for expats to take intensive classes in Spanish and socialize a bit more. "

Make the most of living and working in Granada

Expat living in Granada raises plenty of questions, for instance: ʺWhat are the requirements from Spanish authorities to get a residence permit?”, ʺIn which cases do I need a so-called "Residencia" to stay for longer than half a year?ʺ, or ”Who can recommend special food stores in town?”

Finding all this expat information about living and working in Granada takes a lot of time. Our Granada expat guide is there to make your relocation to Granada as easy as possible. Starting with health-care to information about local organisations & companies, the guide covers all the different aspects of expat life in Granada.

However, InterNations does not only address expats in Granada. We have brief overview guides for various locations around the world - from living in Washington, D.C. to living in Jersey City.

Top Articles in the Granada Expat Guide

  • Moving to Granada

    Famous for the Alhambra fortress, Granada is a vibrant Spanish city steeped in history and culture, with much to offer expats considering making it their home, thanks to the majestic landscape of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the international atmosphere.
  • Living in Granada

    Life in Granada offers a Mediterranean climate and a relaxed lifestyle, with many touristic attractions, such as the stunning architecture and the ski resorts in the surrounding areas. Living in Granada is definitely an enriching and exciting experience, so make sure to be well prepared.
  • Working in Granada

    Granada’s leading sector is definitely tourism, but there are opportunities for expats with other skill sets, as well. However, due to the recession, the job market is extremely competitive. So make sure you are well prepared for working in Granada and read on for info on jobs, taxation, and more.

Information on the Expat Life in Granada

Are you looking specifically for private language tutors in town or a doctor speaking your native language in Spain? In addition to our expat guide, the expat directory for Granada provides you with listings of all expatriate-relevant locations and relocation services in Granada. Furthermore, you might want to also consider our Granada expats forum to receive first hand information from your fellow expats.

Simply become a member of InterNations Granada and you’ll be warmly received with a friendly ¡Hola! among our expats living and working in Granada.

Are you curious about expatriate living outside Granada? Then read more about our various expat guides, such as living in Shanghai or living in London!

Jacques Paillard

"At the InterNations Events, I didn't only enjoy dancing the night away at some great venues, but I also got to know some great friends. "

Katharina Berbner

"Thanks to InterNations, I found a good language school for expats to take intensive classes in Spanish and socialize a bit more. "

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