Spain is a country with an ancient and interesting culture, with traditions that still live on, with a peculiar cuisine. There is something to see, there are people from whom you can learn a lot, there are many attractions. But to look at all this, you must first get there.
Spain is not the cheapest country. Whichever path you choose, you will need to accumulate enough money to get started. Find out how it will be cheaper for you, see what benefits the trip will bring you, and, based on this, calculate how much money you need to save up to buy a ticket and pay for a visa, and how much money you just need to take with you.
The easiest way to get to Spain is on a tourist package. They will help you in obtaining a visa, find a suitable hotel for you, tell you about the country, suggest what sights you need to visit in Spain. So it will be possible to combine a vacation at sea with an interesting excursion program, relax and gain new knowledge and impressions at the same time.
You can go to Spain for language courses. This option is best for people who are simply interested in the language or want to learn it out of business. You will have the opportunity to quickly master the Spanish language, communicate with the Spaniards, and get to know the country (and not necessarily the resort area). It is especially important that the courses will give you some knowledge about the country. This is necessary for those who come to Spain for the first time, but in the future plan to either work here, or work from home, but with Spanish partners.
You have already familiarized yourself with the country, learned the language, you know the culture of Spain. A very good option for you if you are working in Spain now. Here, however, things get more complicated. Each country has its own procedure for obtaining a work permit and work visa, but it is rarely easy to do. Therefore, do not hope that a month or two will be enough for you. Plan everything in advance and do not forget about money: moving to a foreign country requires certain expenses.
When you have already chosen the most suitable travel option for you to Spain, you need to go and buy tickets. Most likely it will be an airplane. You can take the risk and go on a trip by rail, but it will certainly be more expensive than a regular flight, and certainly longer. So get ready for the plane. The road is long (about four and a half hours). Bring any medication you need with you if the flight is difficult for you. And do not forget that the time difference with Spain is 2 hours.