The traveling teachers work together to plan and manage the daily activities.
Cities as entrenched in history as they are in sophistication. Sunny coastal towns to the south and snowcapped mountains to the north. Vibrant flamenco music, tantalizing tapas and beautiful landscapes awake your senses in Spain! Did you know that 44% of the world’s olive oil comes from Spain? See how olive oil is used and practice your Spanish while dining on tapas with your host family. But be sure to fill up at lunch—Spanish families don’t usually eat dinner until around 10pm!
Speak: with friendly madrileños while stolling through the Parque de Buen Retiro and practice the distinctive ceceo y seseo dialects of the Spanish language.
Learn: what the intricately-carved walls of the Alhambra, Spain’s famed Moorish fortress-palace, are saying. After 650 years, the writing has only recently been deciphered.
Do: see the sites with an evening horse-drawn carriage ride through Sevilla’s 16th century cobblestone streets.