What about spending your vacation in Spain? Would you like to be a tourist while studying the language? Just pack your bags and come!


Spain is one of Europe’s top destinations for tourism and study abroad. The country is a window for Moorish, Romanesque and Gothic architecture as well as cultural elements like bullfighting, flamenco and botellon street parties—they are just a part of why so many travelers continue to choose Spain for their vacation or longer visits to study the language and learn about its culture and way of life. Other people choose Spain for the warm Mediterranean climate and delicious gastronomy.

  1. Door to history

    Travel throughout history and experience it yourself. Palaces, museums, bridges… History is at your fingertips everywhere you go in Spain.

    The Prado Museum in Madrid, Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Moorish architecture in the Alhambra Palace in Granada, the Giralda in Seville, Santiago de Compostela and its pilgrimage trail, cave paintings, discovered in Altamira, which date from 15,000 to 8500 B.C., or the Roman aqueduct in Segovia are just a few places rich in culture and history.

    Then there’s the coastal city of Valencia and the wild pyrotechnics that take place every year around mid-March at the week long festival of Las Fallas. Add in the bullfighting rings of Pamplona and the world-class beaches of San Sebastian in northern Spain and you’ve got enough attractions to sight see for weeks if not months.

  2. Beaches of San Sebastian