Recreational Activities in Barcelona
Learning Spanish means more than knowing the grammar and vocabulary. It means to understand the people who live this culture and speak this language on a daily basis. Furthermore, Barcelona is a stunning city with a thriving art and music scene. The Spanish language school in Barcelona offers a range of cultural activities.Barcelona Photo Gallery
School Meet up
Once a week the school invites to an informal get-together in the city center. It’s open to all students of the school. The idea is to meet and mingle and to get to know each other whilst exploring the city’s urban nightlife. Every week the Meet up takes place in a different bar provided by the teachers but also the students can suggest a new place.
Barrio Gótico TourBarcelona Photo Gallery
The Gothic Quarter is the oldest part of Barcelona and its ancient winding streets, hidden squares and impressive gothic architecture, such as the gothic cathedral, make it very popular. Despite several changes undergone in the 19th and early 20th century, many of the buildings date from Medieval times, some from as far back as the Roman settlement of Barcelona. Literally a city within a city, it’s understandable why travellers earmark the barrio Gótico to visit; the district could be explored forever, having countless cultural features to enjoy.
Gaudí TourBarcelona Photo Gallery
The tour encompasses many of his most famous works, such as Casa Batlló, Casa Milà and Park Güell.We'll stop at Hosital Sant Pau (a building where Gaudí worked, along with other famous architects such as Puig i Cadafalch and Muntaner), and you’ll be introduced to his works and the many other examples of modernist architecture in Barcelona. In the middle of the tour, you will have a break in a Spanish bar/restaurant.
Montjuic TourBarcelona Photo Gallery
Several thousand years ago, Iberic Celts settled on the Montjuïc, a 213m high hill southeast of Barcelona's current city center. The hill was later used by the Romans as a ceremonial place. Today the hill features a large number of sights and attractions, most of them originating from two major events that took place here: the 1929 International Exhibition and the 1992 Olympics. Montjuïc is also home to the Anella Olímpica (Olympic Ring) which consists of a number of sports facilities built for the 1992 Olympics. At the center of the ring is the Olympic Stadium. Its exterior dates from 1929 but the interior was completely rebuilt for the Olympics.Barcelona Photo Gallery
Tapas and Flamenco Night
Enjoy a typically Spanish meal with sangria and tapas. The tour includes a Flamenco show with dancers, musicians, and gipsy singers, who come to Barcelona from the best bars of Andalucia. The show takes place at Sala Tarantos, a legendary club in Barcelona for Flamenco lovers. And there’s more!!! Have a drink for free in one bar in the Gothic quarter, and then finish the night dancing in one of the best clubs in Barcelona.
Salsa NightBarcelona Photo Gallery
The Latin experience in Barcelona. Learn how to dance Salsa in the best Salsa club in Barcelona, Mojito. A South American teacher will introduce you to the sensual dance steps of Salsa. Then the night goes on!!! Get into two different bars, with a short drink included in each, and end the night putting your new steps into practice in a nightclub!