Europe Spain Spain Guide Things To Do Essentials Itineraries Getaways All Spain Spanish Country Calling Code and Special Rate Prefixes Make sure your phone call gets through! Written by Damian Corrigan Damian Corrigan is a travel writer who has traveled extensively throughout Spain since moving there in 2003. He has written about the country full time since 2006. Tripsavvy's Editorial Guidelines Damian Corrigan Updated 06/03/19 Share Pin Email Susana Lopez-Urrutia/Creative Commons The international code for calling Spain is +34. More on Telephones in Spain Make International Calls in Spain if you have a compatible telephone Calling Spain from the United States Dial 011, followed by 34, followed by the telephone number. So, if the number in Spain is 912345678, from the US it would be 01134912345678. Calling Spain from Elsewhere in Europe Dial 00, followed by 34, followed by the telephone number. So, if the number in Spain is 912345678, from Europe it would be 0034912345678. Calling Spain from a non-Spanish Cell Phone Dial +, followed by 34, followed by the telephone number. So, if the number in Spain is 912345678, from Europe it would be +34912345678. Calling Spain from within Spain Unlike many other countries, Spain does not add a 0 to the number when calling a number within Spain. If you are given the international version of a number, say +34 923232323, the number you dial from a Spanish phone will be simply 923232323. How to Recognize Different Number Types in Spain All Spanish phone numbers are nine digits long. Most are geographical numbers with standard call charges, but some will be expensive. Check out these special rate numbers below. Low Price Telephone Numbers 800 y 900: Free901 and 904: Shared cost (between caller and receiver). Caller pays about 4c.902: Between local and provincial. 4c-7c, depending on time of day. Note that these numbers may not be cheaper from a cell phone and may actually cost more than a standard call. Premium Rate Telephone Numbers All other numbers that begin with 90 or 80 are expensive, with prices running into at least 1 euro per minute! Be especially careful when calling these from a cell phone. Many of these numbers have standard 'geographical' numbers too. See No Mas Numeros 900. Put the name of the company or phone number in the top search box and click on "Buscar directamente" to find an alternative, cheaper number. Spanish Area Codes There is no need to know these codes, as no-one in Spain will omit any numbers when listing their number. In Spain all phone numbers are nine digits long and all of them are required. Still, if you want to know where a number is based, you can check this list. A Coruña - 981Alava - 945Albacete - 967Alicante - 96Almería - 950Asturias - 98Avila - 920Badajoz - 924Baleares - 971Barcelona - 93Burgos - 947Cáceres - 927Cádiz - 956Cantabria - 942Castellón - 964Ceuta - 956Ciudad Real - 926Córdoba - 957Cuenca - 969Guipuzcoa - 943Girona - 972Granada - 958Guadalajara - 949Huelva - 959Huesca - 974Jaen - 953La Rioja - 941Las Palmas - 928Leon - 987Lérida - 973Lugo - 9829Madrid - 91Málaga - 95Melilla - 95Murcia - 968Navarra - 948Orense - 988Palencia - 979Pontevedra - 986Salamanca - 923Santa Cruz de Tenerife - 922Segovia - 921Sevilla - 95Soria - 975Tarragona - 977Teruel - 978Toledo - 925Valencia - 96Valladolid - 983Vizcaya - 94Zamora - 980Zaragoza - 976 Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit How to Make Calls with International Country Codes February in Spain: Weather, What to Pack, and What to See The Rain in Spain: April Weather & Can't-Miss Events How to Travel from Madrid to Barcelona by Train, Bus, Car, and Plane Semana Santa: Easter Week in Spain Weather in Spain The Best Time to Visit Spain How to Travel From Barcelona to Pamplona Why October Is a Great Time to Visit Spain Visiting Spain in September: Everything You Need to Know How to Get from Malaga to Granada June in Spain: Weather, What to Pack, and What to See How to Plan the Perfect Trip to Spain Everything You Need to Know about Visiting Spain in May 10 Customs and Traditions in Spain How Long Should You Spend in Each City in Spain?