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Study Abroad in Granada, Spain


About the City

From the majestic courtyards and mosaics of the Alhambra to the lush gardens of the Palacio del Generalife, Granada’s cultural, artistic, and historic heritage has been shaped by centuries of diverse influences. Today, Granada´s culture reflects its Christian, Arabic, Romani, and Jewish roots in a model of mutually respectful, multicultural living. Often described as a fairytale city, Granada offers one of the most prestigious universities in Europe, a contrasting mix of tradition and modernity, vibrant nightlife, and countless cultural and recreational activities. The city is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada, just 44 miles from the warm waters of the Mediterranean. CEA Granada integrates local resources and cross-cultural learning, helping you engage and immerse with the host culture while experiencing aspects of local life that most visitors to this welcoming city don’t see.

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Spain has long drawn — and created — explorers, artists, adventurers, and conquerors. From Goya to Picasso, the Moors to the Conquistadors, this country’s diverse regional culture and history allow you to experience the Spain of your choosing. Whether you’re dreaming of exploring ancient Arabic palaces in Granada, immersing into Spanish language in Seville, soaking up the Mediterranean sun in Alicante, engaging in Madrid’s lively art scene, or getting to know vibrant, quirky Barcelona, you’ll find a study abroad experience you’ll never forget in Spain.

Local Highlights
Granada is the capital of free tapas. These tasty appetizer-sized eats are served everywhere with each drink. Get ready for some tasty bites as you follow one of the city’s many tapas routes.
Granada is one of the main centers for flamenco in Spain, especially in the Romani district of Sacromonte, where the Roma settled in the 15th century. Many flamenco shows are performed in the zambras, or caves carved in the mountain, making them unique in the world.
Journey through the daily life of an Arab city by bargaining in a shop in the Calderería or Alcaicería quarters, tasting delicious tea and pastries, or enjoying traditional Arabic bathing rituals at one of Granada’s many hammans.
The ski resort of Sierra Nevada, Spain’s highest mountain range, is just half an hour from Granada. A paradise for mountain sports, the resort offers over 62 miles of slopes and more sunny days per year than any other European ski destination. It is the perfect place to practice all your favorite winter sports, including beautiful routes for walking, hiking, and trekking.
Enjoy beautiful Mediterranean beaches, easily accessible through public transportation. Bus rides take about an hour and cost about $13 round trip. The region gets more than 300 days of sun per year, so take advantage of the amazing weather!

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Start On 28 Şubat 2018
Instution University of Granada
Language ENGLİSH

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