Study Spanish in Granada
The longer you live in Granada, the more you will love the city and its culture. As people say, 'Quien no ha visto Granada, no ha visto nada' (Literally: 'Who hasn't seen Granada hasn't seen anything'). Don't think about it anymore and come to study Spanish with us!
An Historic placeGranada Photo Gallery
The name of Granada is still today mysterious, what is known is that the city was once the capital of Al-Andalus, the Arabic name given to Iberian Peninsula (the Cordoban Caliphate) by Muslims between the years of 711 and 1492. This is the reason why there is a strong Arab influence in Granada's architecture and streets. Other signs of Arabic influence is the famous Albayzin, a neighbourhood of Granada which has been built on a hill opposite the Alhambra. The Albayzin is plenty of squares which are perfect for a dinner or just for going out with some good company, and its attracts many tourists and locals alike.
Another particular of Granada is its location. Situated in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, is widely considered a fantastic place to visit for any traveler and one of the best cities in Spain to study abroad.
House specialitiesGranada Photo Gallery
Granada is very friendly to its students. People are warm and friendly and everyone can feel one of them. The city is famous for its flamenco shows which are dramatic and moving spectacles of dance and music, but especially for its cuisine. One of its most popular manifestations - tapas - are one of Granada's signs of identity and one of the few places in Spain where students are able to enjoy free tapas whenever they order a drink in an authentic tapas bar. Although Granda is reasonably small, it offers great shopping. Shop windows to suit all tastes and budgets inundate the city centre: national and international designer clothes shops, shoe shops, small boutiques, department stores, etc.