Spain

"La lengua no tiene hueso, pero corta lo más grueso!"

 
Barcelona Monument Spain

​Destinations:

Barcelona:

Barcelona is Spain’s second largest city and is the capital of the Catalonia region where both Spanish and Catalan are spoken.

Tourists visiting Barcelona are drawn to the city’s beautiful historic quarters, rich culture, tasty food and beaches just to name a few examples. Many well known monuments in Barcelona were designed by the famous Antoni Gaudi, a Spanish architect who was the mastermind behind the iconic La Sagrada Familia Church along. He is also known as “God’s Architect” due to his different types of works in the area of Barcelona. While exploring the city, you’ll be sure to spot one of his beautiful works.

Many people visit the city to watch FC Barcelona play, one of the best football teams in the world. Camp Nou which is the teams home stadium, has a capacity of around 100.000 and offers an amazing atmosphere. 

Perhaps the most popular street is the 1.3 kilometres long La Rambla. This street is usually packed with locals and tourists looking to shop, dine and enjoy street entertainment. The Spanish poet, Federico Garcia Lorca was once quoted saying that La Rambla was "the only street in the world which I wish would never end."

While Catalonia is officially recognized as a Spanish area, it is different in many ways to the rest of Spain as they have their own cultural identity.

 

This gives you an opportunity to explore Catalonian culture through its history, art, language and cuisine.

Madrid:

Madrid is the capital and largest city in the country. Located in central Spain, it’s the perfect base for travelling around and visiting various other cities. Madrid is a city that never sleeps. Bars, restaurants and nightclubs are open until early morning as partying is part of their culture. Don’t be surprised to see calm streets during the day compared to busy and lively streets after midnight. If you are not the party-type and are looking for a relaxing visit, then you’ll love El Retiro Park which is home to over 15,000 trees and covering over 125 hectares. Take a walk, go for a run or enjoy a Sangria in one of the cafes. You can even go rowing in the parks artificial lake if you want to try something different.

A popular destination for both locals and tourists to visit is the Warner Bros Theme Park which is located a few kilometres outside of Madrid. Try out the different rides if you dare, and visit Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Scooby-Doo and their friends.

Madrid is the second largest capital city in the European Union and is full of life all around.

 

Look no further if you want a fun and exciting adventure while learning Spanish.

Malaga:

Malaga is an increasingly popular destination for international tourists looking for sun and beaches. While it has its own beautiful spots to sunbathe and swim, many people use Malaga as a gateway to Costa Del Sol which is located only an hour away. Being one of the oldest cities in the world, it also offers plenty of history which can easily be noticed when exploring some of their amazing monuments. Malaga’s Roman Theatre that was built in the 1st century AD is one of them and is an absolute must see. Most people know of Pablo Picasso, but not many know that the world famous artist was born in Malaga. The museum of Picasso has 285 works on display that has been donated by his own family. This attracts around 700.000 tourists each year.

Anyone visiting Malaga must try the local speciality dish called Espetos (grilled sardines). The sardines are grilled on a cane skewer and is best eaten with a bit of squeezed lemon on top. Wash it down with an ice cold drink while soaking in the sun and enjoy.

Due to its warm climate and proximity to the beach, Malaga is one of the leading destinations for students studying Spanish in Spain.

 

Every year roughly 17,000 students visit this southern city to study, and we reckon you won’t regret your decision if you choose to Malaga as well.

Seville:

Seville is the capital of Andalusia with a population of roughly 700.000 people. The city is rich with history and tradition and is one of the country’s oldest cities. Plaza de Espana is the most famous public square and is an example of Sevilla’s fantastic architecture. Films such as Star Wars and Lawrence of Arabia were filmed there which you may recognize if you have seen any of the films.

Seville is the birthplace of Tapas and Flamenco, 2 things that often comes to peoples mind when thinking of Spain.

There are countless tapas bars in the city, but there is one that stands out from the rest. Las Teresas was founded in 1870 and has been run by the same family since 1920. To get an authentic experience, make sure to pay this charming bar a visit.

Flamenco is a celebration of life and love which you can easily notice by watching some performers. There are many live shows all around Seville to enjoy while having a nice dinner to experience this passionate dance.

Sevilla is considered the hottest city in continental Europe with an annual average degree of 19.2 Celcius.

 

In other words, if you are escaping the chillier weather in your country, then Sevilla will be the perfect place for you.

Tenerife:

Tenerife is the largest of the 8 islands in the Canary Islands and is also the most popular with international tourists. This tropical paradise attracts over 10 million visitors each year due to its lovely beaches, landscapes and a relaxing atmosphere.

Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most visited national parks in the world. Teide Volcano is located in the park and by climbing it, you will be standing at the highest point in all of Spain (3,715 metres high). The view from the top of the volcano is truly remarkable and will leave you speechless.

For a cooler experience, why not visit Siam Water Park which has been chosen as the best water park in the world by Tripadvisor 6 years in a row. What makes this park unique is that its design has been inspired by Thai culture and all rides, buildings and restaurants have different types of Thai-themes. 

If water parks are not your cup of tea then don’t you worry. Tenerife has beaches that stretch for around 40 miles so you will always be able to unwind in its natural beauty while soaking up the sun.

Tenerife is the perfect choice if you want to avoid cities and always be close to the nature. The weather is hot more or less every day of the year which makes it a great destination both during the summer and winter.

Valencia:

Valencia is the third largest city in Spain with a population of around 800,000 people. Located on the east coast of Spain, it’s an ideal base for anyone who wants to visit Ibiza or Palma by ferry. The city of Valencia was founded in 138 BC and is one of the oldest in Spain. There may not be as many visitors as in other Spanish cities, but Valencia doesn’t disappoint whatsoever. The city offers fantastic monuments, crystal clear beaches and world class dining.

Paella who perhaps is the most recognized Spanish dish originates from Valencia. This rice dish is often mixed with seafood and vegetables and is distinguished by saffron which makes it yellow and gives it a fantastic taste. Restaurant Levante is famous for cooking the best Paella in Valencia according to many locals. You can find this top rated traditional restaurant in the neighbourhood of Campanar, approximately a 30 minute walk from the city centre.

The best times to visit Valencia are between the 15th and the 19th of March as the annual Fallas Festival is taking place (Festival of Fire). Thousands of people gather to celebrate by participating in parades and street parties where enormous art installations are burned to celebrate the arrival of the spring. Apart from spectating the parades, you can also enjoy tasty fresh food, live music and fireworks.

Valencia is full of tradition and is a fantastic choice for someone looking for a lively and authentic Spanish experience. It’s perhaps one of the more underrated destinations in Spain, which may be beneficial as there are fewer tourists than in other Spanish cities so that you can explore the city in a calmer environment.

 
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Enforex Barcelona

Enforex Barcelona is located in the district of Eixample, a popular centrally situated area with many shops, bars, restaurants and markets. It's a great location to explore Barcelona on foot but there are also both bus and metro stops nearby.

The language school has 50 classrooms, a computer room, a student lounge, a library, a conference room and a solarium terrace. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

*General Spanish

*Exam Preparation

*Specialized courses

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Enforex Madrid

Enforex Madrid is situated in Madrid's university district, a lively area within walking distance of many popular tourist attractions. There is a popular shopping street nearby which leads to the well known Gran Via area.

This institute has 32 classrooms, a library, a computer room, a common room with vending machines and a patio. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

*General Spanish

*Exam Preparation

*Specialized Courses

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Enforex Malaga

Enforex Malaga is situated in the heart of the city close to main tourist attractions, shops, restaurants, cafes and of course the beach.

Carmen Thyssen museum is located just next door for anyone interested in art.

The school has 24 spacious classrooms, a multimedia room, spacious common areas and a patio. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

*General Spanish

*Exam Preparation

*Specialized Courses

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Enforex Seville

Enforex Seville is close to symbolic buildings such as the Golden Tower, La Giralda and the Cathedral. This central location makes it very easy to walk through the historic streets of Sevilla and explore the charming city. Restaurants, cafes, shops and public transportation are within walking distance of the school.

The school has 14 spacious classrooms, a computer room, a library, a conference room, communal areas and a lovely 400m² green terrace patio with panoramic views of the city. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

*General Spanish

*Exam Preparation

*Specialized courses

*50+ Programme

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Enforex Tenerife

Enforex Tenerife is situated in the northern city of Puerto de la Cruz, on the sea promenade with a fantastic view. Lagos Martianez and Martianez beach can both be reached with just a short walk.

The school has 7 classrooms, a student common room with a TV, stereo, library and videos, and a beautiful central courtyard where you can relax during your breaks. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the building.

Courses:

*General Spanish

*Exam Preparation

*Specialized Courses

*50+ Programme

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Enforex Valencia

Enforex Valencia is situated in the city's beautiful and historic mediaval town, an area called Barrio del Carmen. The city centre is just a short walk away along with public transportation, shops, restaurants and cafes.

The school has 17 spacious and bright classrooms, common areas, beautiful gardens, a library and a video room. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.