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Available Excursions for Granada


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Excursions may not be available for all programs and sessions.

Córdoba

On this one-day excursion to Cordoba (the third largest city in Andalusia that sits along the Guadalquivir river) students will tour the Mezquita, an impressive 10th-century mosque, famous for its red and white candy cane style arches, that curiously houses a 16th-century Renaissance cathedral.... Read More

Gibraltar

Located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula, Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory famous for the Rock of Gibraltar. The sovereignty of Gibraltar is a major point of contention in Anglo-Spanish relations as Spain asserts a claim to the territory. The Rock of Gibraltar is is the... Read More

Las Alpujarras

Las Aplujarras refers to a culturally and geographically exceptional region of the South-facing slopes of the Sierra Nevada, in Southern Spain. This region contains the highest populated village in Europe--Trevélez at 4,840 feet?and the average altitude of the villages visited on this excursion... Read More

Madrid

During this multi-day program welcome and orientation trip to Madrid, Spain's capital and main commercial hub, students will be introduced to key information about health and safety and equipped with basics of Spanish culture and history through the Bridging Cultures Program. Because Madrid is... Read More

Morocco

Optional for some or all sessions
During this multi-day optional excursion, students will be introduced to another continent (Africa) via a multi-stop five night itinerary across Morocco, one of the world's most colorful, diverse, and -- for reasons we ll have occasion to explore -- pro-American countries. Our trip encompasses... Read More

Nerja

Nerja one of coastal Málaga's touristic jewels. During a short bus ride downhill, students can observe the sharp contrast of landscapes and agriculture as we traverse four distinct climatic zone from high Sierra to subtropical coastline. Nerja is famously beach mecca for Brits and Northern... Read More

Ronda

On our day trip to Ronda we visit one of Andalusia's uniquely situated ancient cities, founded by Romans in the midst of beautiful green valleys and dramatic cliffs. Situated in the province of Málaga, the city is perched atop a sheered-off canyon where the meseta gives way to a gorge known... Read More

Sevilla

Sevilla, known as the "City of Reflections", Sevilla is known for flamenco, bullfighting, siesta and fiesta, a thriving bar culture of tapas, as well as literary and operative touchstones such as Don Juan and Carmen, etc. Students will visit monuments such as the Seville Cathedral and... Read More

Toledo

During this single day visit, students become familiar with a city whose role in Spanish history has been decisive since the Roman period, thanks in part to its unique situation as a natural fortress—surrounded on three sides by the River Tagus (Tajo in Spanish). Toledo is also a UNESCO World... Read More