Learn Spanish under the Andalusian sky in the magical city of Granada!
Find inspiration in this fascinating city home to one of Spain's most iconic monuments, the Alhambra palace. Granada is an intriguing and exotic city. It is where in 1492 Christopher Columbus came to get permission from the Catholic Kings, Isabel and Ferdinand, to sail to the New World. Granada is the cultural capital of Andalusia and has a vibrant student atmosphere being home to the prestigious University of Granada. Take classes at this 500 year-old university or at the Instituto Mediterraneo Sol (iNMSOL), a Cervantes Institute. All classes are designed with a communicative approach to Spanish learning. With Arcos Journeys in Granada you will greatly improve your Spanish while enjoying all that this incredible city offers! We look forward guiding you on this special learning opportunity!
Program at a Glance
Ages: 14 - 18
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Summer Classes & Descriptions
Classes at the University of Granada's beautiful Center for Modern Languages in the historic Realejo neighborhood.
Activities to catch the deep historical pulse of the city.
Excursion to the Sierra Nevada Mountain villages.
Beach trip to the Mediterranean and a traditional paella lunch.
Guided tour of the Alhambra, the former castle of the Moorish sultans.
Airport transfers (GRX) by a program director.
Spanish classes are at the University of Granada during Summer II in July and at iNMSOL during Summer I in June and Summer III in August.
Homestays are carefully selected taking into consideration your interests and preferences. Live conveniently within walking distance to school. Two students are usually placed per home and all houses have WiFi.
Meals are prepared by your hosts in order to further experience Spanish cuisine and cooking traditions.
Activities include a cooking class, art workshop, city tours, visits to local museums, and sports.
City tours are included to the most historic neighborhoods: the Jewish Realejo, the Moorish Albaicin, and the gypsy Sacromonte.
Guided visit of the Cathedral and Royal Chapel, resting place of the Catholic Kings, Isabel and Ferdinand, and the last Gothic monument built in Spain.
Granada is noteworthy for flamenco. Take a flamenco dance class and attend a performance to experience the awe of this rich musical art form.
*The three and four week July sessions include an excursion to Madrid. All other sessions may add Madrid on for an additional cost.
Jun 18 - Jul 02
Jul 02 - Jul 30
Jul 02 - Jul 23
Jul 02 - Jul 16
Jul 30 - Aug 13