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4. The Northwestern Parts of Spain Are Rainy
Many people think of Spain as a sun-filled paradise. That is true in most areas of the country, but not in all of them. Therefore, checking the climate in a particular region before going there is an excellent idea. For example, you can expect rainy weather if you're going to the northwestern parts of Spain. That is especially true if you're visiting the autonomous community of Galicia. This community is one of the rainiest regions in Spain, but it also has some of the country’s most breathtaking landscapes.
5. Late Dinner
Restaurants in Spain mostly serve their evening meals at 8.30 pm or 9 pm. The same case applies for midday meals. More specifically, finding a restaurant in Spain where you can eat your lunch before 2 pm is a challenging task. In fact, many of them open their doors for lunch from 2pm to 4pm. In contrast, many people in North America and Europe eat lunch between noon and 2pm.
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