|Description||Seville is the capital of Andalusia. Is a city that has a lot to offer for your visit and study. Sunshine, light, a warm climate, joy, culture, history, folklore and party are all united under a mostly blue and cloudless sky. Seville’s city center is full of bars, restaurants and terraces.. Easy to reach and with many enjoyable reasons to visit: history, monuments, culture, flamenco, etc.|
|Climate||summer 28°C (82°F) winter 14°C (57°F)|
|To see||Walking around the city’s colourful and picturesque streets and pick up the romantic feel of Sevilla. The 15th century Cathedral, Famous Holly Week, “Feria de Sevilla”, the Alcazar, this beautiful moorish palace has been a fixture of Seville since 913AD…|
|To do||There are many things to do and see with the school teachers as guides or you alone. Paella- and tapas nights, Flamenco & Salsa classes, wine tasting, hiking or horseback riding. Excursions to Malaga, Granada, Morrocco, etc.|
It’s only natural that Sevilla, as the artistic, cultural, financial and social center of southern Spain, serves as the capital of this fascinating region.
The winding, cobbled streets lead you to hidden baroque churches, intimate plazas, great shopping areas, and world-renowned museums like the Fine Arts Museum. Jump on the bandwagon and and cheer along with the sevillanos, as Sevilla has the best bullfights, concerts, and football games. Or sit back and revel in the theatrical and classical music offerings of Sevilla’s theaters. Plus, as the birthplace of the Spanish phenomenon otherwise known as tapas, Sevilla is like a gastronomical playground. Restaurants, cafés, and bars line the streets and serve up a mouth-watering array of typical Andalucían food and drink.
Admire the massive Gothic cathedral- the biggest in the world!- and the totally different yet equally stunning Mudéjar-style Alcázar palace, neighbors in Sevilla’s old city. Ramble through the winding alleys of Santa Cruz, the city’s former Jewish quarter, then cross the historically important Guadalquivir River to the grittier Triana, traditional home of gypsies and flamenco.
Be in Sevilla during the spring, as hooded penitents march alongside beautifully adorned floats during its famous Semana Santa (Holy Week) processions, followed two weeks later by the lively and colorful Feria de Abril (April Fair), the week-long fiesta of dancing, polka-dotted flamenco dresses, and the perfected sevillano art of simply having a great time.
Our school in Seville is a three storey andalusian building with a total area of 1200 m2, situated in the city centre and the old town, encompassed by shops and typical restaurants. It is well equipated with 16 classrooms, a library, computer room, meeting room, 3 offices, assembly halls and common rooms for all studying and meetings, all of which are air conditioned.The maximum number of students is 160 in the summer months and 80 in the winter.
This means that we can offer you a great deal of personal attention, so that any problems can be dealt with as they arise, to ensure optimum progress and satisfaction on your part.
Situated in the city centre and the old town
Bus lines right near the school
Near shops and restaurants
16 air-conditioned classrooms
Computer room with free internet access
Common halls for studying and meeting
Well equiped library