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MADRID 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 MADRID
8.00am - 9.00am: Day starts, enjoy breakfast, travel to school and prepare for classes.

9.00am - 1.00am: Language classes begin, with a small break after the first 2 lessons

1.00am - 2.00pm: Classes finish for the day and you will enjoy lunch together.

2.00pm - 5.00pm: Organized activities together with our staff supervising

5.00pm - 7.00pm: Free time, check e-mail, call home, go for a walk, shopping etc, head back to your family

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 MADRID
Guided city tour
Swimming in private pool
Sporting events
Volley ball
Soccer
Treasure hunts
Shopping trip
Cooking lessons
Dance lessons
Cultural workshops
Optional tennis lessons (extra cost

EXAMPLE OF EVENING ACTIVITIES IN MADRID
Spanish movie night
Concerts or festivals
Discotheques

EXAMPLE OF EXCURSIONS IN MADRID
Day excursions to city places of intersest










 


Typical cultural opportunities
Trips to local galleries, museums, theatres, the Opera, Royal Palace, flamenco dancing or local soccer games (Real Madrid)

The large number of incredibly interesting museums in Madrid offer an endless variety of artistic and cultural treasures, which you will be sure to enjoy when here in Madrid.

Wandering through the throng at the city’s flea market El Rastro is an interesting way to experience some of the city’s essence and shouldn’t be missed.

Madrid is best known for its 'Golden Triangle' of art museums (Prado, Reina Sofía and Thyssen-Bornomisza). The celebrated Art Walk (Paseo del Arte) links all three. The city's focal point remains the Puerta del Sol - the eastern gate (puerta) of the city in the 15th century.

The monument of the bear and madroño (strawberry tree), in the centre of the square, symbolises Madrid. The Calle Mayor leads west from Sol, to the Plaza Mayor, which evokes the splendor of Spain's Golden Age. The wide Calle de Alcalá - a grandiose thoroughfare constructed in the reign of Charles III - leads east of Sol, towards the Plaza de Cibeles. The fountain, with its statue of a Greco-Roman fertility goddess astride a lion drawn chariot, is a landmark instantly recognizable to all Spaniards.


         
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