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Student tours TO SPAIN

Students visiting Spain

Our class trips to Spain are a fine blend of quintessential attractions and exclusive hands-on activities. You can't miss Barcelona, and while you're there we’ll take your group to Costa Brava to experience the very best of Northeastern Spain. The head and hearth of Catalonia is a must-see for every Spanish class trip to Europe! Plus, you and your students will fall head over heels for Madrid and Andalusia. Spain is the perfect way to have a blast practicing your Spanish while uncovering the wealth of diversity and charm that this country has to offer. History, culture, and language come alive around every corner!

Your Itinerary at a Glance

Day One

Montserrat: You'll make the incredible ascent to the Monastery aboard the city's new panoramic train. You'll come face-to-face with the wooden statue of the Virgin Mary that dates back to the 12th century; the hymns of the Efcalonia will take you back in time.

Valella, a seaside town along the Costa Brava.

Beachside hotel, dinner at a local restaurant.

Day Two

Downtown Barcelona, where you'll marvel at the gorgeous and eccentric work of architect Antoni Gaudi.

Passeig de Gracia, the glamour hub of Barcelona.

Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's most (in)famous masterpiece.

Güel Park. This UNESCO World Heritage site is a feast for the eyes, featuring massive pavilions, galleries, mosaics, and the imposing Salà Hipostila.

Camp Nou, home to one of the most successful and storied soccer clubs in the world, FC Barcelona.

Day Three

The Teatro-Museu Dali (Dali museum) de Figueras, the second-most visited museum in Spain, after the Prado in Madrid.

Tossa de Mar, a walled city whose towers offers a beautiful panoramic view of Costa Brava, not to mention a dream beach!

Day Four

Pueblo Espanol, located in the hills of Montjuic. You'll enjoy an authentic cooking workshop showcasing Catalonia's take on the traditional paella. Then you'll eat it!

Old Barcelona, including: Santa Maria del Mar, the Royal Palace,  the Gothic Quarter, Generalita, and much more.

The famous Ramblas de las Flores, the main strip in Barcelona lined with authentic cafes and markets. Stop in at la Boqueria, the most famous market in all of Barcelona.

Day Five

The exciting museum of natural science, Cosmo Caixa, whose main attraction is the myriad of interactive expositions.

Penedes for free time to eat lunch and explore (individual expense).

The Torres vineyards, where you'll learn about production methods and even take a cave tour by train!

Day Six

The award-winning Port Aventura theme park! Don't miss the Shambhala, commonly known as the best theme park ride in all of Europe.

Day Seven

Make your way to the airport to register for your flight home. What a ride!

Your Itinerary at a Glance

Day One

Meet with your tour leader and hop on your motorcoach to head into central Madrid for orientation and lunch (individual expense).

Guided city tour to get a first glimpse of the city and its major monuments.

Day Two

The famous Prado museum, home to one of the world’s finest collections of European art, with works by artists such as Vélasquez, Goya, and El Greco.

Guided tour of the city, including the Plaza Mayor, the famous fountain in Cibeles Square, the Plaza de Espana, the Gran Via and the lively Puerta del Sol district.

A tapas workshop to learn the art of tapas and sangria, taught by local restaurant staff.

Day Three

Guided tour of Toledo, including a stop at l’Iglesia De San Tomé, home to El Greco’s masterpiece, The Burial of the Count of Orgaz.

All aboard! Next stop: Cordova

Check in to your hotel close to the Old City before embarking on a brief orientation session and free time to discover this beautiful town on the banks of the River Guadalquivir.

Day Four

Guided tour of Cordova, including stops at Juderia, the old Jewish district, and the 850-column-strong Mosque-Cathedral that dates back to 785.

All aboard! Next stop: Seville.

Two-hour long flamenco show with a cast of more than 20 musicians and dancers. Enjoy the comfortable, air-conditioned studio while watching this colourful spectacle (first drink included).

Day Five

Guided tour of Seville to see Giralda, the bell tower of a Gothic cathedral, the Torre del Oro, and the old Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz, a maze of whitewashed streets and picturesque patios.

See the green oasis of Maria Luisa Park and the Plaza de Espana. Fountains and shaded streets provide cool protection from the heat and dust of the city.

Stop at a bull breeding site on the outskirts of the Andalusian capital. During your guided visit you’ll learn how the bulls are raised from birth and prepared for bullfighting.

Day Six

All aboard! Next stop: Costa del Sol.

Stop at the picturesque village of Mijas, perched on a hill with beautiful views of the Costa del Sol. Don’t forget to grab some lunch (individual expense).

Enjoy late-afternoon shopping in the hundreds of shops in the city, walk beside the sea on the beautiful promenade that connects Torremolinos and Benalmadena, and visit the sun-soaked marina.

Day Seven

All aboard! Next stop: Granada. Keep your eyes peeled for the Sierra Nevada mountains.

Arrive in Granada and dive right into a guided visit of the Generalife gardens and Alhambra, a marvelous palace and fortress built under the Nasrid Dynasty in the 14th century.

Free time for lunch and to explore the meandering lanes surrounding the Cathedral of Granada (individual expense).

Day Eight

Hugs and handshakes as you make your way to Malaga to register for your flight home. What a ride!

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