.Com is king in Spain, but there are some common alternatives.

It’s not just a .com world in Spain.

I spent the past couple of weeks on vacation in Spain, so my apologies for the lower volume of domain news during that time.

I started my travels in Barcelona and then spent a few days in Madrid while taking a day trip to Segovia.

It’s always interesting to see which top level domains people use in different countries. When you leave the U.S., you realize it’s not just a .com world.

To be sure, the most common top level domain I saw when traveling was .com. But there was a higher proportion of non-.com domains than I see in the U.S.

In Barcelona, the most common alternative was .cat, which shouldn’t come as a surprise. I also saw a couple of .barcelona domains, especially at major tourist sites.

The other TLD I noticed was Spain’s .es country code domain.

In Madrid, everything I noticed was .com or .es.

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