Spanish Language Schools in Spain located in Seville, Cadiz, and Malaga

Cultural Activities in Seville

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Cultural programme in Sevilla

Really connecting with a language involves so much more than just sitting in a classroom.

With our award-winning cultural programme in Seville, we offer you the chance to get creative in our writing and cinema workshops, discover the history of our city with expert guides on foot and by bike, and explore nearby areas like Ronda and Granada. We’ll also sample food and drink from the region and take part in season-specific local celebrations such as the April Fair and Holy Week. There really is something for everyone.

What’s more, many of our activities are free!

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Excursion to Granada and the Alhambra

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Available dates

February 12 (9:30h) – February 13 (19:30h)

March 26 (9:30h) – March 27 (19:30h)

May 7 (9:30h) – May 8 (19:30h)


130€ (VAT included)


  • Private bus
  • 2 accompanying teachers
  • Accommodation and breakfast in a four-star hotel
  • Tickets to monuments included
  • Guided tours to: The Alhambra, the Generalife gardens, the historic center,
  • Capilla Real and barrio del Albaycín

Last day of registration: up to 10 days before the activity

On Saturday upon arrival in Granada we will first head to the hotel. Shortly thereafter we will continue with a guided tour to the Alhambra and the Jardines del Generalife (for about four hours) to enjoy the magical palaces
and Arabic gardens.

On Sunday morning we will visit the barrio del Albaycín and enjoy the amazing view of the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada from the San Nicolás viewpoint. From there we will continue on via the Paseo de los Tristes, by the Darro river. Later on there will be a visit to the Capilla Real, where the remains of the catholic kings are buried. Furthermore we will see calle Alcaicería, the city’s old souk, as well as the Arabic-founded Corral del Carbón.