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School trips – Language immersion – Seville and Cadiz

Andalusia is the ideal destination for a school trip: a land of joy, sun, beaches, culture, and history. It is the original home of passionate flamenco, tasteful tapas, beautiful Moorish architecture, dramatic bullfighting, and the unbelievable sound of the Spanish guitar.

It is one of the best regions in Spain for students to experience the country’s rich cultural traditions while improving their Spanish language skills.

Our Language immersion programmes take place in the charming and historic cities of Seville and Cadiz.

Seville, capital of Andalusia, is one of the most beautiful and ancient cities in Spain. Located in the Guadalquivir River Valley, it is famous for its unique history and culture, a perfect combination of modernity and tradition.

Seville is the fourth biggest city of Spain, with a population of around 700.000 inhabitants. A modern town that has perfectly maintained its important cultural heritage and impressive monuments, such as its astonishing Cathedral and La Giralda, a legacy of its ancestors and one of the most important UNESCO world heritage sites in Spain.

In Seville, you can take part in a walking tour of city and discover the charms of Seville during the day and night. Some of the most important monuments are the Real Alcazar, Plaza de España, Santa Cruz Quarter, Torre del Oro, Real Maestranza, etc.

Today Seville is also famous for hosting its passionate Semana Santa (Holy Week), and the extraordinary Feria de Abril.

Cadiz is a land of joy, sun, and beaches. It offers visitors good weather and amazing natural attractions, along with charming traditions and an endless number of events and activities. A place where teenagers will have a fantastic time.

Bathed by the Atlantic sea, Cadiz has been passed through by various cultures and civilisations and has some of the best beaches in Andalusia and Spain. The province offers wonderful natural spaces, which are well worth discovering, and rich and varied Mediterranean cuisine made from local produce, as well as a vast programme of sport and cultural activities.

The passion and sympathy of its people give the city a unique atmosphere. Cadiz, also very well known for its remarkable Carnival, is today a fusion of tradition, modernity and pleasure.

All our schools are accredited by the regulator bodies of their respective countries, ensuring the highest quality in education.

Acreditaciones  - British Council, English UK, Feltom, Acels