The school Castila offers the following cultural activities to complement your course
Take a visit to the palatine city, the last Nasrid kingdom, and one of the most visited monuments in the world. A World Heritage Site that will blow you away.Visit web
Declared World Heritage Site for its beauty and history, it is especially worth visiting are its view points with panoramic views of the city and the Alhambra, making th...Visit web
The Cathedral and the Royal Chapel
Come and visit the Cathedral that was built when the Catholic Kings conquered Granada. Inside, there are many key masterpieces of the Spanish renaissance era, and the Royal Chapel is w...Visit web
F. García Lorca House-Museum
Visit the San Vicente Orchard and the house in which the García Lorca family lived between 1926 and 1936, where the main works of the poet were born and he lived his last d...Visit web
Tapas tour around "Graná"
A gastronomic tradition among the locals and any visitor who enjoys going to bars. For every drink you order there's always a free snack, called tapa. It's also a great op...Visit web
The Sacromonte District
A legendary neighbourhood of the city with its unique cave houses, and flamenco shows performed by gypsies. It is said that flamenco emerged from this neighbourhood.Visit web
It's a science centre and museum of 70,000 m2, one of the most important ones in Europe where you can experiment and experience on your own skin science, biology, the cosmos, histo...Visit web
Hammam Arab Baths
Located at the foot of the Alhambra, it was built over an old Hammam. Come to experience the delight of the old Nasrid kingdom, its fragrance, its baths of cold, warm and hot water and...Visit web
During winter time you can go skiing at the southernmost ski resort in Europe with 100km of slopes. During the summer, you can go hiking or go on a bike.
The Alcacería and Tea Shops
One of the symbols of the city is the Alcacería, a place that was home to the old bazaar where the silk was produced and sold. End a visit here by having traditio...Visit web
The procession representing Saint Martha over a dragon with giants following her along the orchestra. The rumour has it that her clothing sets the fashion trends for the summer.Visit web
The biggest party of the city is the fair! Flamenco shows all over the place, processions, fun fair, etc.
Study Spanish at Castila
It is a perfect school for those who are looking to stay in a calm and familiar atmosphere. The classes are small-sized with a maximum of six students in each, and this is what allows a closer relation between teacher and students. The student can enjoy the view of the emblematic monument of the city that is the Alhambra while taking the lesson. At the break, the students can indulge themselves either taking a coffee at the cafeteria or in the Carmen of the School- a typical Andalusian style garden.