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BARCELONA SPAIN for teenagers aged 12 - 17
"SPANISH IMMERSION VACATION"

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YOUR LANGUAGE VACATION INCLUDES SUPERVISED ACTIVITIES

Once lessons are over for the day, teenagers will enjoy a schedule of activities and excursions together.

Below is only a "sample schedule" as each our schedule rotates but will give you an idea of what to expect in Barcelona.


WHAT TO EXPECT ON A TYPICAL DAY IN BARCELONA
8.00am - 9.30am: Day starts, enjoy breakfast with other students and prepare for classes.

9.30am - 12.30am: Language classes begin, with a small break after the first 2 lessons

12.30am - 2.00pm: Classes finish for the day and you will enjoy lunch together. For students attending the Intensive course, they will go back into class for 2 additional lessons

2.00pm - 4.00pm: Organized activities together with our staff supervising

4.00pm - 7.00pm: Free time, check e-mail, call home, go for a walk, shopping etc

7.00pm - 11.00pm: Enjoy dinner before heading out for a supervised evening activity

11.00pm: Return to your lodging and head to bed!

EXAMPLE OF AFTERNOON ACTIVITIES IN BARCELONA
Guided city tour
Swimming in public pool
Trip to beach
Sporting event
Shopping trip
Visit Museo Picasso or Museo Arte Contemporaneo de Catalunya
Guided walks through historical Barcelona

EXAMPLE OF EVENING ACTIVITIES IN BARCELONA
Spanish movie night
Concerts or festivals
Discotheques
Flamenco shows
Teleférico Planetarium

EXAMPLE OF EXCURSIONS IN BARCELONA
Half day trip to the coastal town of sitges
Half day trip to Las ramblas
Half day trip to Aqua park
Day excursion to city of Gerona



 


Antonio Gaudi's Barcelona
Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí y Cornet (1852-1926), was born in Réus, Tarragona (Catalonia), son of a coppersmith. He lived during the wonderful time of the Spanish Art Nouveau movement, referred to as the Modernisme – an artistic and architectural movement comparable to the Jugendstil movement in Germany or the Art Nouveau movement in France.

Gaudí mainly built his creations in Barcelona and this city is witness to his creativity. This is where he let his imagination run wild. His unmistakable style and use of forms is evident throughout the city, giving Barcelona a slightly bizarre atmosphere. Some of his most famous masterpieces include Parc Güell, the immense cathedral Sagrada Familia, Bellesguard (the symbol of Catalonia) as well as la Casa Batlló.




         
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