Home to both designer boutiques and sprawling high-street stores, Barcelona is a powerful fashion powerhouse that deserves to be recognised. Students can explore the European Institute of Design, a design school which attracts students from over 90 different countries. While dedicated museums also offer groups the chance to study topics in depth, with visits to the Museum of Decorative Arts and Museum of Textiles and Fashion.
For a fascinating insight into one of the worlds leading fashion brands, take a tour of the warehouse at 'Mango', where you can go behind the scenes on the logistics and design departments of this iconic global retailer.
Montjuic gives students the opportunity to see magnificent views of the city. The site was regenerated for the 1992 Olympics and is now home to a number of tourist attractions – including the Olympic Stadium. The area also has museums and parks for students to explore.
This old town is the historic quarter of the city. Here you can wander around the small streets and explore the shops or admire the architecture from one of the many restaurants.
Port Vell is located on the harbour and is a recently developed area of Barcelona. It has a great range of shops and tapas restaurants as well as the IMAX cinema and the Aquarium.
A flamenco show gives students a true taste of Spain. Full of colour and passion, the show is a true cultural experience for students of all ages.
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