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The best Spanish courses in Granada
Intensive Spanish course+Spanish cusine Escuela MontalbánEscuela Montalbán20 Spanish lessons+4 Spanish cusine per week. You will learn to cook some of the more exquisite Andalusian dishes
Intensive Spanish course+Mountain Bike Escuela MontalbánEscuela Montalbán20 Spanish sessions+2 evening mountain bike tours per week
Spanish intensive course+Sierra Nevada horse riding Escuela MontalbánEscuela Montalbán20 Spanish lessons+2 evenings per week of horse riding with a guide and in small groups
Spanish intensive course+hiking Escuela MontalbánEscuela Montalbán20 Spanish lessons+2 hiking lessons per week. Guided hiking trips in the mountains
Super-Intensive Spanish course 30 Enforex GranadaEnforex Granada20 Spanish lessons+5 conversation lessons+semi-private lessons per week
Intensive Spanish course+Climbing Escuela MontalbánEscuela Montalbán20 Spanish lessons+2 climbing lessons per week. Combination of a Spaish course with sport climbing
Intensive Spanish course+Photography Escuela MontalbánEscuela Montalbán20 Spanish lessons+2 evenings per week of photography guided by a professional photographer
Spanish Teacher training Escuela MontalbánEscuela MontalbánA training and methodology course for non-native Spanish teachers, 30 lessons per week
Spanish Super-Intensive course 20+10 private lessons Escuela MontalbánEscuela Montalbán20 Spanish lessons+10 private lessons per week
Private Spanish lessons 15 Escuela MontalbánEscuela Montalbán15 private lessons per week. Designed to fit the specific needs of the student.
EducatorHi! I'm Monika Przysiecka,
Some interesting facts about the city:
A worth visiting city for your stay.
A city impregnated with student atmosphere.
You can get to anyway only by taking a walk.
The tapas are for free with the drinks.
If you have any doubts about our courses or destinations open a chat and I will help you with what you need.
- Cultural and leisure offer
- Tourist service
- Airport connections
- Standard of living
- College life
- City for walking
- Public transport
Situated in the south of Spain, less than one hour away from tropical beaches and the Ski resort on Sierra Nevada, Granada offers plenty of things to do.
It´s a Modern city with one of the most important Universities in Spain, where thousands of students come from all over the world to study. Along with its student scene, the city offers a lively and interesting artistic and cultural scene, with loads to see and do.
The magic and enchantment of the past is carefully conserved in Granada, often praised and marvelled by visitors and artists who have come here. From its magnificent past there´s the Alhambra, the garden of Generalife and the streets of Albaicín, which are declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.There are several other monuments to see as well.
A Procession that represents St. Martha on the dragon. Giants and big-heads follow behind her through the city together with a marching band. It is said that the design of their clothes will decide the trends of the summer.
A pioneering festival and one of the most important in Europe. For a whole week many shows and live music are held throughout the city, as well as dance lessons, photography exhibitions and exhibitions where you can join in on the tango!
Throughout the week, different processions pass through the streets, and a religious sensation can be felt around the city. Highlights include the Gypsy Christ and the Silence at dawn.
The city is decorated with red and white carnations, and crosses adorned with flowers and foliage are put up in the squares, courtyards and neighbourhoods throughout the city. The people sing and dress up in traditional flamenco and Sevillian outfits.
It the biggest local festivity of the city, it´s all about the Fairs! There´re flamenco performances at the fairground and the bullring as well as different processions and entertainment, etc.
Hundreds of spectators enjoy music and dancing in the beautiful sights and smells of the gardens of the Alhambra. Thousands of artists, orchestras, companies and visitors regularly attend this truly sensory event.