Whether you are looking to immerse yourself in learning the language, or are preparing for a specific exam, or you wish to discover the gastronomic delights, explore the streets steeped in history or simply live as a "native," we have numerous destinations and options to choose from, we specialize in the most sought after regions and cities in Spain...
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Located in the centre of country, with museums such as El Prado that hold some of Europe’s richest art work from Goya, Velázquez, Picasso, Miro and Dali. Madrid offers the diversity from historic places such as the royal palace and plaza mayor to a modern non-stop buzzing nightlife and home to the madrilène cuisine. A fantastic starting point for travelling with the only risk being, not wanting to leave.
From the medieval roots to the architecture of the famous Gaudi, notoriously known for “Sagrada Familia” (Basilica and Expiatory Church of the Holy Family). Barcelona is considered one of the most beautiful Cities in Europe. With its combination of golden beaches to the gastronomic experiences the city has to offer. Stroll through the Gothic quarter or take a walk to “Las Ramblas”, with so many places to visit and capture the essence of Catalonia region’s capital.
Located on the orange blossom coast of the Mediterranean, Valencia is Spain’s third largest city. Known for its City of Arts and Sciences with futuristic architectural design to the old part of the town where the Cathedral is, Valencia is rich in culture, history emblematic festivals such as “las Fallas” and the home to the famous Spanish dish “Paella”.
Part of the region of Andalusia, Seville offers sumptuous cuisine and tapas culture. The historic monuments such as the Cathedral, the burial site of Christopher Columbus home to the famous Feria de Sevilla and the heart of Flamenco. Seville, offers diversity of history, colour and sparkle of the Sevillians and is known as a joyous town. The high point in its history was following the discovery of America in 1492.
Home of “la Alhambra,” located at the foot of Sierra Nevada Mountain, Granada is famous worldwide for the warmth of the Andalusian people and the winter ski resorts. A world heritage site with a rich flamenco culture, tapas and historic buildings, The Arab baths are another part of the City’s history and also a popular tourist attraction.
The province of A Coruña surrounded by the ocean offers the option of spectacular inland scenery, or a never ending supply of beaches. For over 2,000 years legends, myths and history have been created here from people of all different cultures.
A city that captures a flirtatious atmosphere by night and a cool charming place by day, from the Michelin star restaurants and tapas bars the city is bubbling with culture and gastronomy. The famous beach “La Concha” named for its shape like a scallop shell, the old part of the town enchants and lulls the visitors to fall in love.
Home to the Guggenheim museum, once a very industrial city, Bilbao has a combination of activities and sights to see and visit. A very down to earth feel and friendly locals allow you to experience both the sea and the mountains. Where tradition and history are blended to captivate the visitors and give them endless cultural experiences.
Girona is bursting with Spanish history and maintains its cobbled streets and medieval Jewish quarter. With lively nightlife an array of restaurants offering traditional to cutting edge versions of Catalonian cuisine. It’s easy to lose yourself in its old and new streets taking in the atmosphere of everyday life.
With historic landmarks dating back to Roman times, the city of Ourense located in the North-western part of mainland Spain. The Old City has major historic sites, and the beautiful Cathedral being an emblematic mark of the city. Ourense has a large tourist attraction with the highest number of geothermal water (hot springs) in Europe.
With the third oldest university in Europe, the fifth oldest in the world, dating back to 1218, Salamanca is renowned for its rich culture and student atmosphere. Commonly known as the “Golden City”, it has this name due to the “glow” the buildings give off as the sun goes down on the yellow sandstone historic streets.
The mix of Roman history, medieval cobblestoned alleyways, and Mediterranean beach life gives the town a feeling of being bigger than it actually is. As the smallest of the four province capitals of the region, it is a great destination for discovering Catalonian history and culture.
Situated in north-west Spain with one of the largest ports, Vigo has an important economic importance. It has a mix of history, beautiful beaches and a modern cosmopolitan outlook. The old parts of the town still remain historic building and plazas and the streets that have survived from the medieval period.
Famous for the Rioja wine region and capital to the province of Alava in Northern Spain. A very modest City with many art galleries cultural festivals such as the famous Jazz festival held here every year in July. With a large student population, lively pintxo (tapas) bars the friendly locals make it a joy to visit.
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