Learn Spanish in Granada
Granada is a city of southern Spanish region Andalusia. The city is placed at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, one of the highest points of continental Spain, and just an hour away from the Mediterranean Coast. You can enjoy both beautiful beaches and Sierra Nevada's modern ski resort.
Granada was first a Moorish fortress, and raised its splendour during the 13th century, when it became the capital of the Kingdom of Granada, last surviving state of Muslim Empire during the The Christian Reconquest of Spain.
That period made Granada a center of culture, science and commerce, and left the worthiest treasure of the city: the Alhambra, the old Moorish royal palace, and the adjacent Generalife Gardens dominating Granada from a hill above it.
Granada is magic. Many artists were inspired by its colors, flavours, scents, sounds and views. Washington Irving wrote 'Tales about the Alhambra' after visiting the city.
Granada is well-known as University city. Studens come from all over the world and make it a young, active and international place. Even former USA president Bill Clinton visited Granada when he was young.
The city has a vibrant night-life with a special charming and is also a cradle of Flamenco.
Come to Granada, study Spanish and fall in love with this magical European city with Moorish charm.