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¡Qué fuerte! Spain is a gorgeous country best known for its beautiful landscapes, pristine beaches, historic landmarks, and vibrant culture.
Whether you’re exploring the Sagrada Familia Basilica, savoring a glass of Rioja Gran Reserva or watching the swirling skirts of local flamenco dancers, you’ll want to share your experience.
With a Spain eSIM, you’ll have access to local mobile data at affordable rates, allowing you to stay in touch with your friends and family while enjoying your Spain vacation … all without paying roaming charges.
How much travel data do I need in Spain?
While you’re in Spain, you could end up using more or less data than you do back at home.
If you want to be online while touring around Spain (regardless of Wi-Fi accessibility), installing a Spain eSIM is the most affordable choice.
A Spain eSIM provides you with prepaid data, so you can start off with a small data package and add more later if you need it.
Will I pay roaming charges with a Spain eSIM?
Nope, you won’t pay any roaming fees! Your Spain eSIM will instantly link your mobile device to a local network in Spain, allowing you to access prepaid data.
(Just remember to turn off Data Roaming on your Primary SIM and only rely on aloSIM for data, otherwise your service provider may charge you for roaming on your next bill).
Enjoy your Spain vacation
Explore top Spain attractions
Spain has a lively and colorful atmosphere, with busy cities and beautiful islands. Get ready to enjoy all the fantastic sights and sounds!
La Sagrada Familia: Tourists are mesmerized by the beauty of this church, which was designed by famed architect Antoni Gaudi. This magnificent building was created in a Gothic and Art Nouveau style.
Plaza Mayor: Located in Madrid, both locals and visitors enjoy gathering in this large square surrounded by hundreds of balconies, elaborate gardens, and a bronze statue of King Phillip III.
Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (The City of Arts and Science): Known as a “City Within a City,” this modern complex houses museums, art centers, IMAX theatres, a planetarium, an opera house, and Europe’s biggest aquarium.
Popular foods to try in Spain
¿Quieres ir a tapear conmigo? means “Do you want to go eat tapas with me?” so be sure to enjoy tapas (small shared appetizers) along with some of these top dishes …
Gazpacho: If you think soup can’t taste good when it’s served cold, we’re going to politely correct you and insist you try this cold tomato soup with bread, garlic, peppers, and olive oil. It’s super refreshing on a hot day!
Churros: Make your breakfast better with these popular sweet treats made from fried dough, covered in sugar crystals, and best enjoyed after dipping them in hot melted chocolate.
Paella: This saffron-flavored rice dish comes in three must-try varieties: Paella Valenciana, with rabbit or chicken; Seafood Paella; and Mixed Paella, a combo of meat and seafood.
What’s the best time to visit Spain?
It’s always a good time to visit Spain, but there’s something extra-special during each season.
March, April, and May: Spring in Spain means lovely, warm weather. It’s also a fun time to attend some of Spain’s famous festivals, like Valencia’s Las Fallas and Seville’s April Fair.
September and October: The crisp autumn months are perfect for exploring art museums, galleries, and coastal destinations like Ibiza and Marbella.
November through February: These are the least busy and most affordable off-season months to visit Spain. Winter is also a great time to experience the festive markets and carnivals on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.
What to pack for a vacation to Spain
When you’re visiting Spain, avoid packing too much! Limit your luggage to simple, comfortable clothes and just the right amount of essentials.
Wrap/Scarf: Ideal to glam up any outfit and protect you from changing weather conditions.
Light jacket: A thin, lightweight, waterproof and windproof jacket will come in very handy when you’re exploring many of the regions in Spain.
Euro adapters: Be sure to get a Euro adapter before departing on your trip. If you wait to buy one at the airport, they can be pretty expensive!
FAQs about eSIM in Spain
Will eSIM work on my phone or tablet?
Most newer phones, tablets, and computers are already eSIM-compatible, so use our eSIM device checker to make sure you have a device that can accept an eSIM data plan.
Why can’t I just use Wi-Fi in Spain?
Free Wi-Fi is great when it’s available and working well, but some destinations make it just about impossible to get a good connection. That’s why it’s nice to have data as a backup to stay connected.
How reliable is aloSIM data in Spain?
We’re proud to provide aloSIM customers with fast eSIM data connections that allow them to talk, text, surf, and stream comfortably. You’ll likely experience a 4G (sometimes 5G) or LTE equivalent network in most locations, depending on what’s available in the area.
Is setting up an eSIM complicated?
We have detailed eSIM installation instructions for all compatible devices, so whether you’re looking to add eSIM data to an iPhone or iPad, Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy, or something else, we’ll be able to walk you through the eSIM set-up process easily.
Enjoy Spain with aloSIM data
Our eSIM data packages are prepaid, so you always know exactly what you’ll spend on data. No contracts, no surprises, and never any roaming charges.
You’ll have full access to your regular phone number for calling and texting, and you can add data to your device whenever you need it. No in-store visits required!
Only buy what you need! If you’re not sure how much data you’ll need, start with a 1 GB package. You can always top up your eSIM with more data later.