Spanish Language Trips to Andalucía

Who's it for?

  • Secondary School, Sixth Form

Curriculum Included

Key Highlights

  • Experience key cultural sights on a guided walking tour
  • Choose to visit Malaga, Seville, Granada or Cordoba
  • Enjoy an authentic flamenco show
  • Take on interactive tasks and challenges on an E3 trail
  • Boost students confidence with a tailored language workshop
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About this trip

The Andalusians have a rich traditional culture which makes this region a fantastic place for Spanish Language students to become immersed in!

With such a rich and vibrant culture, your students will have ample opportunities to practice their language skills, build confidence and learn new phrases; whether it's ordering tapas, navigating the city streets with their classmates, or conversing at a local market when buying souvenirs.

Wherever you choose to visit, whether its Seville, Granada, Cordoba or Malaga - Andalucia has so many enriching cultural experiences to offer Spanish Language students. Take a look at a sample itinerary below to get started.

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Benefit from a Tour Manager so you can concentrate on your students

From only £5 per person per day

When you visit the Andalucia you can add on a tour manager as added support throughout your tour. Your tour manager will:

  • Be with your group all day
  • Liaise at all the attractions where you have reservations
  • Navigate you and your group around the city on foot and public transport
  • Assist in purchasing tickets for any additional visits
  • Be there to provide extra support in the case of an emergency
  • Assist with any translation needed

There are great benefits to choosing a tour manager when you are in the Andalucia.

  • You'll have peace of mind that the day to day running of the trip will run smoothly.
  • Having a tour manager will give your parents and your SLT reassurance that you’ll be well supported.
  • You’ll have more time to concentrate on your students and the educational value of the trip.

Trip Details

Language & Culture Visits In Andalucia

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We can include specific visits in your itinerary, additional visits can be added based on the trip length and needs of the curriculum or teacher.

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Malaga

Malaga has weathered the centuries in stride and is one of the oldest Mediterranean seaports. The landmarks reflect the city's checkered past - ruins of a Roman theatre, a 10th-century Moorish castle built on the remains of a Phoenician lighthouse, the 13th-century Alcazaba, and a beautiful Baroque basilica. 

Popular visits in Malaga for Spanish Language groups include;

• Guided Walking Tours in Spanish or English

• Alcazaba de Malaga (Ancient Moorish Castle)

• Malaga Cathedral

• Picasso Foundation Birthplace Museum

• Flamenco shows, with dinner option

• Guided Tapas tour including dinner

• Benalmadena Cable Car

• Bullring tour and museum

Seville

In Seville, elegant edifices, old-fashioned street lamps, and horse-drawn carriages create a magical ambience, and the sights are as stunning as the atmosphere. Seville's cathedral is the largest Gothic church in Christendom with a majestic tower that was once the minaret of a great mosque. Another relic of the Moorish past, the Alcázar Royal Place dazzles and the Giralda 12th Century bell tower is a famous city site. 

Popular visits include;

• Guided Tours with monument access

• Seville Cathedral & Giralda Tower

• Real Alcazar (Royal Palaces)

• 1 hour Guadalquivir River Cruise

• Cooking Lessons (including meal)

• Maestranza Bullring & Museum

• Seville FC Stadium Tour

• Barrio de Tianana (Historic Quarter)

Cordoba

This fascinating Andalusian city is still a kind of western Mecca because of La Mezquita, the UNESCO-listed mosque that is one of the most splendid Islamic buildings in Europe. Another appealing aspect of Cordoba is the old town with its characteristic Moorish atmosphere and historic Jewish quarter (Judería) a charming labyrinth of narrow, winding streets; quiet squares; and whitewashed houses featuring colourful flower-adorned patios. 

Popular visits include;

• Mezquita (Great Mosque) - Guide optional

• Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos

• Old Jewish Quarter Tour

• The Roman Bridge

• Calahorra Tower Guided Tour

• Aqua Sierra Water Park

• Flamenco Show (dinner option)

Granada

Granada is a place of breath-taking beauty at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. This mystical city was the capital of a Moorish kingdom from the 13th until the 15th centuries. The hilltop fortress of the Alhambra Palace is a top attraction and is a real must see. The Albaicín (old Moorish town) and the Alcaicería (spice market) are popular as is the colourful fabulous flamenco dancing  found in the caves of the Sacromonte (Gypsy) quarter. The Science Museum offers an excellent modern option for students.

Popular visits include;

• Selection of guided walks & historic sites

• Spanish Language Workshops

• Alhambra Palace UNESCO Site

• Cathedral Santa María de la Encarnación

• La Alcaicería Spice Market

• The Albaicin Old Town UNESCO Site

• Sacromonte Gypsy Quarter

• Flamenco Shows & Dance Workshops

• Granada Science Museum

Sample Itinerary

Use our sample itinerary to help picture what your trip could look like. Our itineraries are flexible, visits and timings will be planned based on your needs.

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Sample itinerary for a 4 day trip

Day 1
Morning

Daytime flight and transfer to your accommodation

Evening

Evening meal and free time to explore

Day 2
Morning

Take a 2 hour guided walking tour to orientate you with the key sights of the city

Afternoon

Visit Seville's Medieval Cathedral, then walk over to the famous Real Alcazar

Evening

Evening meal at hotel

Day 3
Morning

Take a 1 hour boat trip and then have a guided tour of the Maestranza Bullring and Museum

Afternoon

Visit to the Museum of Flamenco Dance

Evening

Watch a Flamenco Show at the Museum of Flamenco and Dance then return to your accommodation for a late evening meal

Day 4
Morning

Enjoy and free time before you flight purchasing some last minute souvenirs. Transfer to airport for your return flight to the UK

Sample itinerary for a 4 day trip

Day 1
Morning

Daytime flight and transfer to your accommodation

Evening

Evening meal and free time to explore

Day 2
Morning

Your coach will take you to Granada for a full day of exploration. Visit the amazing Alhambra Palace and orientate yourselves around the city with a guided walking tour.

Evening

Evening meal at hotel

Day 3
Morning

Language workshop followed by time in the historic Old Town area of Malaga

Afternoon

Enjoy a ride on the impressive Benalmadena Cable Car and take in the truly amazing views

Evening

Evening meal at a local restaurant before watching a Flamenco Show!

Day 4
Morning

Enjoy and free time before you flight purchasing some last minute souvenirs. Transfer to airport for your return flight to the UK

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