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North Americans:
Don’t bother bringing your North American (NTSC) televisions unless they’re one of those super-ultimate all-world viewable TVs that can view a PAL signal (same goes for your PS2, DVD players, etc.). DVDs from parts of the world outside of continental Europe will have regional encoding as well, so they might be a waste of space as you’ll find it difficult to find places to watch them.

On regular TV, there aren’t any for the most part. Some modern televisions have the capability of handling two audio channels, however, and now some movies and foreign programs can be heard in their original language by switching the audio channels. It’s a little bit complicated but at least it’s something. If your TV does it you’ll find a “mode” button that will change audio channels. At least this is all free in Spain, up to and including about 10 channels.

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