Today, Spain is one of the most popular destinations in Europe for young people to visit. From the world-class education to the incredible cultural experiences, visiting Spain is unparalleled. At across spain, we offer a wide variety of activities and trips for student groups wishing to visit Spain.
Depending on what you are studying, there is a destination in Spain to suit every interest.
For those most interested in history, come to Barcelona. Rich in some of the most interesting UNESCO World Heritage Sites, you can see the works of Antoni Gaudi such as Park Güell (1984), the Casa Battló (2005), or the breathtaking Sagrada Familia (2005).
If you are hoping for a career in science, visiting the city of Valencia is a must. It is home to an incredibly modern science complex which provides visitors with information about life, science and technology in a variety of interactive, entertaining yet fascinating ways. For example: workshops, experiments and guides.
For business students, there is no better place to visit than Madrid. It is home to one of the oldest and most recognised business schools in the world, with branches also in Berlin, London, Paris and Warsaw. Its goal is to create next generation of international business leaders through a combination of innovative pedagogy, multi-campus programs and a faculty of renowned prestige – a true example of the development of a management culture.
For those students with a passion for fashion, a visit to Galicia is highly recommended. The region exports the highest amount of fashion in Spain and is the home of one of the world’s largest textile groups, Inditex, which owns a range of world recognised fashion brands such as Zara and Berskha. You will also find Textil Lonia, Bimba and Lola and another 500 companies dedicated to fashion in Galicia.
The Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
The Science Museum, Valencia
Nowadays, many of Spain’s large industries operate with some of the best and most modern technology available. For those students interested in science and technology - come Andalusia and see for yourself how it is done! For astronomy lovers, you can visit the Sierra Nevada Astronomy Observatory (the highest in Europe) or the Calar Alto Astronomy Observatory in Almería, which is the biggest astronomy complex in mainland Europe.
Students can now also take a trip to the Tabernas desert to see the largest solar energy platform, as well as the art of clean energy production and the creation oxygen experiments from the Moon’s soil. In addition, come and take a look at ‘the plastic desert’ in Almería, which is the largest greenhouse on Earth, to learn how amazing high-technology methods are used in the production of our fruit and vegetables.
'The Plastic Desert', Almería's Greenhouses
Calar Alto Astronomic Observatory, Almería
As football is Spain’s most popular sport, you will find a range of high level football facilities all over the country. The sport city of Valdebebas in the north of Madrid boasts 12 football pitches with natural grass, a medical centre, physiotherapy room and 4 swimming pools. Or, why not come to Alicante? Football facilities here include 4 FIFA sized pitches, technoGym equipment and wellness spas, where teams such as FC Barcelona, CF Valencia and Borussia Dortmund have trained. If you’d prefer to attend one of the famous La Liga games, across spain are able to provide you with tickets to see Spain’s biggest teams, such as Real Madrid, Atlético Madrid and FC Barcelona.
Santiago Bernabéu football stadium, Madrid
Atlético Madrid football fans
If you’d prefer something more hands-on, there are plenty of opportunities to attend classes and workshops. Come and take a cooking class with your friends to learn local Spanish recipes, attend a flamenco dance class or explore your musical talents at a Spanish guitar workshop.
Flamenco dance class
Spanish Cooking Class
The city of Madrid is located right in the centre of Spain, meaning the Madrid-Barajas International Airport is extremely well connected to every other Spanish city, as well as plenty of international countries. Most of Spain’s large cities have their own international airports as well, such as Barcelona El Prat Airport, Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport, Valencia Airport, Sevilla Airport and San Sebastián Airport. Spanish cities also have very efficient public transport systems, including metros, trains and buses.
Here at across spain, we have a variety of packages available for students to become involved in any of the activities mentioned above, and more! It couldn’t be easier, as our packages can also be personalised to suit your interests, available dates and budget. Packages will also include travel arrangements and accommodation. If you are interested, please do not hesitate to contact us!