Jam at the authentic Gypsy Caves or dance the night away at a modern disco. Prepare your own authentic culinary delights at Spanish cooking school. And in Barcelona, savor local cuisine and feast on tapas in the Old Gothic Quarter. ¡Buen provecho!
Marvel at Gaudí’s famous La Sagrada Familia. Experience row boating the lake in Retiro Park. Bike through the Olympic Port. Slow things down and enjoy the Mediterranean Sea and sun at Barceloneta Beach. Enjoy laid-back adventure.
Masterpieces big and small! Browse the Picasso Museum or the more than 7,000 works of art of the Prado Museum. Discover the work of Salvador Dalí in Figueres. Visit the World Heritage Sites of the historic city of Toledo and the Alhambra. And the stately charm of Madrid’s Royal Palace.
The many cultured regions of Spain are passionate and diverse with their cuisine, fiestas, flamenco and bullfighting. Exploring Spain is like uncovering the story of Spain itself. There’s Seville’s old quarter, a myriad of winding streets and pedestrian squares converging on the famous Cathedral. The eclectic architectural styles of the Alcazar, a palace dating back to the 1360s. Granada, a Medieval town nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, with an amazing heritage of Arab and Jewish cultures, and home of the Alhambra, a 12th century Moorish palace and fortification. The Caves of Sacromonte, where the gypsies initially settled more than 600 years ago, carry the echoes of strumming guitars of flamenco cantes. And in Barcelona, in the region of Catalonia, discover its distinct identity and its very rich, ancient culture that dates back to the 10th century.
The food, the language, the people – Spain is full of exciting and cultural experiences. Choose from three different ways to connect with and discover this vibrant country.
Rachel’s experience in Spain was amazing! The exposure to a different culture gave her great insight into not only how life is different in Europe but even within Spain how each city she visited varied in sights and sounds and the culture in each of those communities.”
Andrew really loved Seville and Barcelona. He thought the hotels, other kids, and tour leaders were all very nice. He had a wonderful time. Thank you very much!”