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The Essentials of Traveling by Train in Spanish-Speaking Countries

Traveling in a foreign country can be a great adventure. Take the time to review the essentials of traveling by train in Spanish-speaking countries. You'll learn the ins and outs of getting around by train during your time abroad. The essentials of traveling by train will also help you to learn key phrases and vocabulary that you get you on your way.

Asking for Directions to the Train Station in Spanish

Want to take a train in a Spanish-speaking country but are unsure of how to ask, in Spanish, for directions to the train station? The following steps can help you find a station with ease: [more…]

Ticket to Ride: Buying a Train Ticket in Spanish

If you’re going to ride the train in a Spanish-speaking country, you have to buy a train ticket first. To order your train ticket in Spanish, follow these easy steps: [more…]

Useful Spanish Words and Phrases for Train Travel

Worried you’ll miss your train because you don’t know the right Spanish travel phrases? Train travel in a Spanish-speaking country is easy with these handy words and phrases. [more…]

Traveling by Train: Passports and Customs Forms in Spanish

Having a Spanish-speaking train employee check your passport and Customs form can be confusing, but the following steps give you the Spanish you need to chug through the passport and Customs-form process [more…]

Traveling through Customs Painlessly

Traveling to a Spanish-speaking country usually requires a trip through Customs. Customs rules and regulations can be scary (especially when you’re dealing with an unfamiliar language), but following these [more…]

Expressing Near and Far in Spanish

Two Spanish words can help you express distance: cerca(sehr-kah; meaning near or close) and lejos (leh-Hohs;meaning far). When traveling in a Spanish-speaking country, be sure to use these two words when [more…]

Knowing Your Rights and Lefts: Describing Relative Positions in Spanish

If you know the right words, you can use Spanish to describe something or someone’s position in relation to your body. Follow these guidelines to correctly use Spanish to identify the space around your [more…]

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