Skip Navigation

Planning for Deposition Travel to Spain

With teams living on the ground in Europe, Planet Depos offers 24/7 assistance for all of your deposition needs in Spain. Our teams have been covering depositions in Spain for over 15 years, earning the reputation of one of the leading experts in the scheduling process, travel, and document assistance there. We would be more than happy to share our expertise and guide you through the logistical and procedural processes to ensure a successful deposition in Spain.

Entry Requirements for Spain
Spain does not require a tourist visa for stays of less than 90 days. You will need a passport valid for at least 90 days beyond your planned date of departure from Spain, and Planet Depos strongly recommends traveling with a passport valid no less than 6 months post your departure date from Spain. You need 1 blank passport page for your entry stamp. Planet Depos recommends traveling with at least 2 blank passport pages, however. There are direct flights from the U.S. to Spain, but if your flight includes a stopover, you will need to check any country or countries you pass through to determine if a separate transit visa is required.

For more information, you may also contact the Spanish Embassy in the United States (2375 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington DC 20037):

Spanish Embassy

Flying to Spain
There are 2 major international airports in Spain:

  • Madrid Barajas International Airport (MAD) – Madrid (Madrid)
  • El Prat de Llobregat Airport (BCN) – Barcelona (Barcelona)

Airlines offering direct flights to Spain include:

Travel to Spain
For updated travel alerts and information, please visit the State Department’s webpage at:

You can also download the SmartTravel App for your smartphone created by the U.S. Department of State.

Staying in Spain
There are many locations to take depositions in Spain. For example, the capital city Madrid offers many deluxe hotels to meet your conference room and lodging needs. Planet Depos has established relationships with many hotels throughout Europe, and we will gladly assist with your conference room needs and hotel recommendations.

Medical Information for Spain
There are several English-friendly medical facilities in Spain. For a list of these facilities, and additional medical/emergency information, please go to:

U.S. Embassy – Spain

For updated health information, including health travel alerts and immunizations, please visit Spain specific website for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at:

CDC – Spain

Money Matters
Like most of the rest of Europe, Spain’s currency is the Euro. ATMs are widely available; in fact, Spain has the most ATMs of any European country. Major credit cards are also widely accepted.

For up-to-date information on the local conversion rate, please visit a reputable currency converter website such as, which also offers an app for smartphones.

Spain endures high heat in the summers, and rather bleak weather in the winters. Springs and autumns are considered the ideal time to visit, as the most pleasant weather lingers during the spring and autumn months, from March to May, then September to November. Temperatures range from the high 60’s to low 80’s through spring, then soar into the 90’s during the summer months. By autumn, temperatures have cooled to the mid 50’s to low 80’s, and winter temperatures drop to the 30’s.

Websites to visit
Embassy of the United States in Spain

U.S. Embassy – Spain

App Store for your iPhone:

App Store for your Android:

Interesting Fact about Spain
The ancient Roman Aqueduct of Segovia was built in the first century A.D., and it still supplies water to the city.


Contact Us

Planet Depos

Planet Depos

Pin It on Pinterest