European Cities in Spanish
It is important to know the European cities in Spanish. Often the city names in Spanish are very similar and may only differ in their pronunciation or by a couple of letters when written. In the vocabulary list below you will notice a major difference between English and Spanish pronunciation and writing. Where English will spell words only beginning with “s”, the Spanish equivalent will be pronounced and written with an “es”. An example that you have already come across is Spanish/Español. Another example is special/especial.
Check this lesson out if you are looking for the major US cities in Spanish.
Talking about Europe in Spanish
Let's get started with how you say Europe in Spanish!
Have you been to Europe?
Buenos Aires estaba al mismo nivel de desarrollo de varias capitales europeas.
Buenos Aires was at the same level of development as several European capitals.
How to say European cities in Spanish
Now that you know both the US and European major cities in Spanish, you are well on your way to sounding like a fluent international traveler when you speak. When you travel, knowing how to say the cities in other languages can prevent confusion.
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