School Spanish Trip to Granada
Granada is a stunning city situated at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
Its narrow streets, traditional tapas bars and Arab architecture combine to make up a city of both character and beauty. The highlight of a trip to Granada is a visit to the World Heritage Site of the Alhambra palace, where students can learn about the amazing history of this building and marvel at the artistry of the walls, arches and columns. A university town, Granada has a very friendly population which welcomes young people so your students will feel comfortable speaking and practising their Spanish in everyday situations.
|Day 1||Fly from UK to Malaga and transfer to Granada||Free time for dinner|
|Day 2||Visit the Generalife||Visit the Alhambra||Free time for dinner and visit to a flamenco show|
|Day 3||Visit Parque de las Ciencias||Visit to the Barrio del Albaicin||Free time for dinner|
|Day 4||Transfer to Malaga and fly back to the UK|
This price includes:
- 3 nights' bed & breakfast accommodation
- Return flights including tax
- Airport transfers in Spain
- Free staff place ratio 1:10
- Detailed information pack
- Comprehensive travel & medical insurance
- Free itinerary planning service
This was the country residence of the sultan, in which the orchards provided the palaces with provisions as well as being a recreational area for the nobility. This huge orchard was created by diverting the course of the river Darro with huge canals that reached up to the Generalife. The colourful and outstandingly beautiful Acequia Courtyard is full of irrigation canals and serves as the entry po...
The Alhambra is a beautiful collection of buildings and gardens. The tree-lined walks are luscious, providing pleasant shade and coolness, enhanced by the abundance of water that flows in its streams. It was the largest political and aristocratic centre of the Muslim West. The Palace premises are made up of beautiful rectangular courtyards and numerous fountains, as well as the Nazarite buildings ...
The churches of San Cristóbal and San Bartolomé along with their respective underground reservoirs, greet the visitor on a walk through this wonderful neighbourhood in Granada. There are also many other underground reservoirs including that of San Luis and the one in Salvador square, which lies at the foot of Chapiz Hill as well as the underground reservoirs of Tomasas and Rey, the l...
The Science Park is an interactive museum where visitors are invited to actively take part in order to understand the phenomena that surround us. It is a place designed for experimentation, encouraging the desire to learn and helping to understand the world we live in. The museum is divided into five areas. Universe, Biosphere, Eureka, Perception and Explore. Different activities allow you to see ...
Although the original design was medieval, it is completely baroque. It was not built until 1515. Because of this, the Carthusian monastery is far from the original idea of austerity, blending the work of various artists in its church, sacristy and the shrine. Most notable among them were Bocanegra and Sánchez Cotán. Its encrustations of precious stones are of special interest.
Hotel Aben Humeya
The Hotel has 162 soundproofed bedrooms each with en-suite bathrooms. Towels are provided and each bedroom is also equipped with air conditioning, direct dial telephone, desk, safe, colour TV and heating.
The Hotel has a very pleasant lobby and lounge. Reception is open 24 hours a day. There is also a bar where guests can relax after a busy day.
The Hotel restaurant serves a buffet breakfast daily. Lunches and evening meals are also served here. The Hotel also has a Safety Deposit Box and Bureau de Change facility. View on map