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Spanish School Trips to Granada & Andalucía , Spain

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  • Art and architecture
  • Cinema
  • Cultural heritage
  • Education
  • Food and drink
  • Travel and tourism
  • Youth culture

Being the last stronghold of the Moors in Western Europe and brimming with medieval history, Granada’s alluring past is certain to captivate you and your students. Rising from the dramatic Sierra Nevada mountain range is the internationally renowned 1,000-year-old Alhambra palace – a must-see for any visitor to this fascinating city.

As the city’s past collides with its present, the youthful cosmopolitan scene ensures that there’s plenty on offer here. Wherever your journey takes you, Granada is the perfect destination for students to experience the ‘authentic Spain’.

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Recommended Visits

Granada and Andalucía Language Recommended Visits

Regardless of where you choose to base your group within the region of Andalucía, there are plenty of language learning opportunities and cultural visits available. Here are just a few of our clients’ favourites.

Walking Tour of Granada The Alhambra, Granada Tapas Tour Nerja Beach Trip and Caves, Nerja Garcia Lorca Museum
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Language Tuition

I.D.E.A Granada Language School

Language tuition in Granada and Andalucía


Language tuition in Andalucía can be provided at our partner school, located in the centre of Granada. Courses at the school are tailored to meet your group’s specific requirements, with a whole range of lessons on offer, from learning the basics of the Spanish language to more in-depth lessons concentrating on Spanish culture and literature. Lessons can be targeted at beginners, through to GCSE, A Level and above.

Teachers at the language school are highly qualified graduates with years of experience teaching Spanish as a foreign language.

Lesson duration – typically 45-60 minutes
Maximum class size – 8 students

Get in touch with our expert team on 01332 347 828 for more information about adding language tuition to your trip to Granada and Andalucía.


Granada and Andalucía Sample Itineraries

Your bespoke itinerary will include the appropriate balance of educational visits and leisure excursions to fill your chosen duration and meet your aims and objectives. Your dedicated School Tour Coordinator will offer advice and recommendations with the sole aim of creating the perfect itinerary for your group, but just to get you inspired, we have outlined the itinerary created for one of our clients below.


5 days,
4 nights

Dates: 17th – 21st June 

Passengers: 19 students and 3 teachers

Accommodation: Hotel Montecarlo

Board Basis: Half Board

Overview of visits: Playa del Dedo beach, Mirador San Nicolas, Alhambra, guided Tapas Tour, Seville, Cordoba, Mezquita Cathedral, Seville Cathedral and the Giralda, Plaza de Toros, Flamenco Museum.

Day 1:

An early morning flight meant the group arrived into Malaga Airport by midday to be met by their coach. From here they travelled straight on to Playa del Dedo beach, to spend their first afternoon relaxing in the sun and taking a dip in the warm Mediterranean sea. The group then continued their journey into Granada, arriving at their hotel with just enough time to un-pack before settling down for their evening meal and a well deserved nights’ sleep.

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Day 2:

Today started with the group opting to walk on foot to the Mirador San Nicolas, one of Granada’s highest points. With breath taking views of the city and the Alhambra situated on the opposite peak, it was the perfect start to their day. The group experienced the bustle of the tourist-lined streets, where they were able to put into practice their newly acquired language skills while purchasing goods from local stall holders. The group then travelled to Alhambra to visit one of Spain’s most popular tourist attractions and UNESCO World Heritage sites. After returning to the hotel, the group’s evening meal was taken in a truly unique manner – on a guided Tapas Tour! After being met by their guide for the evening, their journey began with a stop at two different tapas restaurants where food was ordered while learning of the foods origins, and the cultural and social aspects associated with eating tapas.

Day 3:

After breakfast the group checked out of the hotel and departed for the second part of their trip, which would be based in Seville. On route, the group stopped in Cordoba, an historic city with World Heritage status. Here the group explored the winding streets, the Jewish quarter and Synagogue, stopped for a picnic-style lunch on the terraced banks of the river before making their way to the Mezquita Cathedral; a fascinating building that symbolises the many changing religions that Cordoba has undergone. The group then departed for Seville, where they checked into their hotel, enjoyed an evening meal and competed in a fun and competitive quiz night!

Day 4:

The first full day in Seville started with the group enjoying free time to explore the city before making their way to the Cathedral and the Giralda. The cathedral, Giralda and Alcazar make up a remarkable complex of architecture, religion and history, and as the group entered the largest cathedral in Europe, they were able to view the tomb of Christopher Columbus and its wealth of amazing architecture. After lunch and a rest taken away from the mid-day sun, the group made their way to the Plaza de Toros for a guided tour of the bull ring and museum. The evening was spent at the Flamenco Museum, where the group learned of the origins and cultural connections of flamenco, before enjoying the talents of the dancers in a live Flamenco Show. The group then returned to the hotel for their evening meal.

Day 5:

The group checked out of their hotel, leaving their luggage at reception while enjoying free time to explore Seville further. This was followed by a visit to a local school to practice and improve their Spanish language skills. After lunch the group returned to the UK.

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Granada and Andalucía Accommodation

Hostel Atenas, Granada

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Located in the heart of Granada is one of the city’s largest hostels. Offering 80 comfortable and modern rooms all equipped with en suite facilities, TV, air conditioning and free wifi, this hostel is perfect for school groups wanting to explore the captivating city of Granada.

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