Available Excursions for Bilbao

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Excursions may not be available for all programs and sessions.


Located southwest of Bilbao along the Camino de Santiago, Burgos is home to 170,000 residents and is the capitol of the province of the same name. The city is also home to the legend of El Cid. This beautiful city was founded in the 9th century and boasts more religious monuments than any other... Read More


Stroll through the streets of Guernica, known as Gernika in Basque, the city made famous by Pablo Picasso's masterpiece of the same name. It is the symbol of the Basque identity, traditions, and laws. Visit the Peace Museum, which serves as an example of forgiveness among nations, as well as the... Read More

Logroño and Pamplona

The capitol of Spain's most important wine region, Logroño is an important center of trade for the region. Situated along the religous pilgrimage known as the Camino de Santiago it is the largest city in the province and is surrounded by vineyards and bodegas. Near by Pamplona is home to some... Read More


Students will enjoy a guided tour of Madrid, Spain's capital, and discover some of its many famous monuments such as the Prado Museum or the Reina Sofía Museum. They will wander through the bustling Puerta del Sol and then take a relaxing stroll through Retiro Park. Read More


Optional for some or all sessions
Students will enter Morocco on a ferry across the Strait of Gibraltar to explore a land filled with Arabic, African and European influence. The first stop is Fes, the world's only fully-preserved and continuously inhabited medieval city, where students can walk among the bustling bazaars and... Read More

San Sebastián & Biarritz, France

Relax on San Sebastián's La Concha Beach, one of the finest in the world, or climb the Monte Igueldo and be rewarded with breathtaking views of the bay and surrounding Belle Époque edifices. Stroll along, sunbathe on, and surf the world-famous beaches of Biarritz, a luxurious seaside town on... Read More


Students explore Toledo, the first capital of Spain, which has remained relatively unaltered since the end of the Middle Ages. Toledo is known as the "City of Three Cultures" for the legacy left by Jewish, Muslim and Christian cultures. Read More