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Experienced in taking youth groups, our local guides will bring the history and culture of Madrid to life. Students will be amazed as they walk down world-famous streets such as Gran Via and through Madrid’s many plazas.
Located right at the heart of Madrid’s cultural centre, the Prado is home to many European masterpieces. The extensive collection of historical works by artists such as Goya, Velázquez and El Greco celebrates Spanish heritage and clearly defines links to all the other major European schools.
This well-known and busy square houses many important statues including the bear and madrone tree (Madrid’s heraldic symbol), shops, cafés and occasional street music.
Choose from Real Madrid's stadium, or the Spanish Football National Stadium and take a guided tour of the trophy room, the pitch and players’ tunnel and everything behind the scenes!
Completing the cultural triangle of museums in Madrid, this centre houses a permanent collection of Spanish modern and contemporary art and is home to Picasso’s Guernica.
Groups will enjoy visiting this large urban park with its range of activities and man-made lake. The southern part also houses a zoo and large amusement park.
Groups can take a guided tour of the stadium and discover the origins of the traditional spectacle of bullfighting.
The prestigious collection consists of over a thousand pieces and was once labelled the most important private art collection in the world. The galleries host many modern masters of the 20th century movements documenting the influences of Van Gogh, Monet and Mondrian among others.
Groups can use their language skills to purchase bargains galore at this popular, bustling flea market, where there truly is something for everyone!
In a relaxed environment, students will take part in speaking and listening sessions with native speakers, greatly enhancing their learning experience. This centrally-located school focuses on working at your group’s current skill level with workshops that involve topics linked to visits in the city. Groups are split into a maximum of 15 to encourage participation.
A magical and fun-packed visit for all your students, with 25 fabulous attractions. Its four areas contain numerous opportunities to experience and enjoy some of the largest and fastest rides in Europe.
An evening at a bowling alley in Madrid is always popular with groups.
Groups can spend an evening at Madrid’s ice-rink.
Groups can try the heart-stopping and passionate art of Flamenco dancing, a true cultural experience from Spain’s musical heritage.
Groups will have a Spanish Cooking lesson and will eat the delicious meal they create! The group will be split into small groups to create 3 traditional Spanish dishes: Potato Omelette, Chicken Paella and Torrijas (a type of sweet toast coated with honey or sugar).
Groups will also participate in a non-alcoholic sangria making demonstration.
Enjoy this delicious and decadent Spanish treat!
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