Here you will find study trips and round trips through the metropolises of Spain
Take a tour of Castile, stay in Madrid, the capital of Spain and get to know a new side of this country. The highlights of this study trip to Madrid are the Royal Palace Palacio Real, Plaza Mayor, Plaza de la Puerta del Sol, Plaza de Cibeles, Plaza de Espana, the Museum del Prado, the main street axis of Madrid, Paseo de la Castellana, the Almudena Cathedral, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs , the Astronomical Observatory, the Las Ventas Bullring, the Cybelebrunnen, the Palacio de las Comunicaciones, Banco de Espana, the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and, among others, the two football clubs Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid. Enjoy wonderful days in the royal city of Madrid on a city break.
Visit Seville, the capital of the autonomous region of Andalusia and the province of Seville, on a study tour. This round trip takes you through an industrial and trading center of the highest order and at the same time an important tourist center in Spain. Visit the old town, the cathedral Maria de la Sede, the Alcázar (the Moorish palace), the Maestranza bullring, the Plaza de Espana, Plaza de America and other sights that you cannot possibly do without. Take a city break through Seville, the place of origin of tapas – small specialties that are usually taken with a drink and for which there is no specific time of day.
Go on an interesting city break and visit Málaga, the second largest city in Andalusia and the capital of the province of Málaga. Let yourself be enchanted by Málaga’s highlights and visit the cathedral, the house where Pablo Picasso was born, the royal palace La Alcazaba, the bullring, the Jardín Botánico-Histórico La Concepción, and other sights that are sure to impress you. Be sure to explore Malaga as part of a study trip through Andalusia.
Visit Granada, the capital of the province of Granada in southern Spain, as part of a study tour and admire its many historical buildings. The most important attraction in Granada is the world-famous Alhambra, which is made up of several palaces, the military fortifications and the gardens – the Generalife Gardens. Other tourist attractions in Granada are: the cathedral with the royal chapel (La Capilla Real), the stock exchange building (La Lonja), the old Arab silk market La Alcaicería, El Albaicín, the Caves of Sacromonte, the Abbey of Sacromonte, El Corral del Carbón, the Palace of Madraza and San Jerónimo. A Granada city trip is sure to be an unforgettable one!
Visit Valencia, a beautiful city on the Spanish Mediterranean coast, as part of a study tour. The highlights of a Valencia city trip include the famous Lonja de la Seda – the silk exchange (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Cathedral of Valencia and the impressive Torres de Serranos. Also worth seeing are the bullring (Plaza de Toros), the three bridges – Puente de la Trinidad, Puente de Serranos, Puente del Real, the Barrio del Carmen district and the gardens – Jardines de la Alameda and Jardines de Monforte, and much more get to know and love Valencia better on a city break!
On the Bay of Biscay, San Sebastián is located on a striking, horseshoe-shaped bay. Known in Basque as Donostia, the city is a colorful mix of a lively cultural scene and relaxed beach life. On the city beach of Playa de la Concha, locals and visitors alike have a good time, before later in the evening they are drawn to one of the first-class restaurants in San Sebastián.
According to topschoolsintheusa, the most beautiful city in Spain is located picturesquely on the Rio Guadalquivir: Córdoba, capital of the province of the same name in Andalusia. Córdoba is undoubtedly a gem, a city like a work of art, where ancient and modern merge into a picturesque picture. Different cultures that have shaped the face of the city throughout history come to life here. No wonder that the metropolis has been a World Heritage Site since 1984.
If you are in Andalusia in the south of Spain, you should definitely pay a visit to the small town of Ronda. The city of 36,000, which sits enthroned at a height of over 700 meters, is characterized above all by its countless houses painted white and is therefore one of the “white villages” famous far beyond the Spanish borders. Especially in the summer months, Ronda attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists from home and abroad. The city was already in the 9th century BC. Founded in BC, it is one of the oldest cities in Spain.
Azkuna Zentroa is a diverse venue in the city of Bilbao in the Basque Country in Spain. It was designed by the French designer Philippe Starck in collaboration with Thibaut Mathieu and opened to the public in stages from May to October 2010. The venue, known as the “culture and leisure center”, consists of a multiplex cinema, a library, a fitness center, exhibition rooms, an auditorium, shops and a restaurant. In 2015 the location was officially named “Azkuna Zentroa” in honor of the late Mayor of Bilbao Iñaki Azkuna. The 43,000 m² large, striking Art Nouveau building in the center of the city was built in 1909 as a wine warehouse. The huge structure is already worth seeing from the outside,
The leisure center is not only one of the most famous buildings in the city, but also an innovative new cultural and entertainment space with a variety of activities for all interests. It fills the 43,000 square meters of the city’s old wine warehouse, which the designer Phillipe Stark has transformed into a huge area in which a wide variety of events take place: exhibitions, concerts, conferences, children’s workshops and many sporting activities. A reading corner, cafes, restaurants, shops, cinemas and a 2,000 m² terrace, which is suitable for sunbathing in summer and as an activity area in winter, are also part of the spacious building. One of the main attractions is a state-of-the-art swimming pool with a transparent floor, the glass floor of which forms part of the ceiling of the building.