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socializing with their friends, dancing at the discotecas, and eating tapas or small snacks. Spanish teenagers dress nicely to go dancing, and closed footwear is required to enter many of the clubs.
Eighteen-year-olds can drink alcohol in Spain, but they rarely drink excessively. Fiestas are regular occurrences in every town in Spain.
If you’re in doubt as to whether a woman is married or single, wedding rings are worn on the fourth finger of the right hand (not the left), although mature women should be addressed as señora. When talking to a stranger it’s polite to use the formal form of address ( usted) and not the familiar form ( tú) or someone’s Christian name until you’re invited to do so.
‘Good afternoon’ ( buenas tardes) is used instead of ‘good day’ ( buenos días) after lunch, which can start as late as 3pm until 9 or 10pm. However, nowadays the tú form is much more widely used and usted is reserved mainly for business and when addressing older people.
Instead, dating is done as a couple, and the cost of the date is split between the two people.
Teens enjoy the feasts and parades often associated with fiestas.
Some fiestas are based on religion, and occur around major religious holidays or events associated with a town's patron saints; other fiestas celebrate the anniversary of some historic event. Spain has beaches on both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
One friend, who visited Barcelona, says it's uncommon for men to buy women drinks.
I'm wondering what other unwritten rules surround men/women relations.