Spanish Courses in Barcelona
International Spanish courses in Barcelona allow for detailed
insights into the working of Spain's trendiest city. You pick up
vocabulary strolling down 'Las Ramblas' or eating in one of the
many local restaurants. Meet people from all over the world at
an international Spanish program in Barcelona and learn Spanish
directly where the language is spoken.
Barcelona City Guide
Barcelona is the second largest city of Spain and enjoys international
appeal and reputation for being hip and trendy. Many buildings were
designed by Spain's most eccentric architect Antonio Gaudí:
the unfinished church 'La Sagrada Família', apartment and
office block 'La Pedrera' also known as Casa Mila and spectacular
landscaping at 'Parc Güell'.
Barcelona provides excellent art collections, mouth-watering shopping
facilities (check out Custo!) and bouncing nightlife starting just
before midnight with munching 'tapas'.
Las Ramblas, Barcelona's street market are lively and fun.
Close by you will find ancient Barrio Gòtico with
loads of 14th and 15th century buildings and a romantic Gothic cathedral.
If you want to leave the city you can either go to the beach or
visit the spiritual shrine at Mount Montserrat. Apart from a fascinating
monastery the area offers perfect climbing opportunities. From there
it is not far to beautiful Costa Brava.
Study at Barcelona University
There are six universities in Barcelona turning the city into a
hub of learning, research and youthful activity. The library of
'Universitat of Barcelona' is the second largest in the country
- after the national library. Be careful: some lectures are held
in Catalan only.