Music & Concert Tour To Andalucia
Discover the birthplace of flamenco and Andalucia’s rich cultural heritage.
Granada’s Moorish Alhambra Fortress
The fascinating medieval city of Córdoba
Learning about Flamenco
Weather suited to outdoor performances
*Excursion fees may not be included in this tour – please contact us to learn more.
Pupils discover the attractions of the port city of Malaga, with its winding old streets, impressive monuments, beautiful gardens and countless shops and cafés. Highlights include the ancient fortress of Gibralfaro – which overlooks the modern city – and a visit to The Museo Picasso Malaga, housing about 155 works by Malaga’s most famous painter.
A full day is needed to explore the city of Granada with its stunning Moorish architecture. The highlight is the famous Alhambra fortress, built for the last Muslim emirs in Spain. With fortified gateways, splendid palaces and beautiful gardens, it will not fail to impress your students.
A full day of fun in the water! Cool down with the many water-based attractions: rapids, flumes, toboggans, jacuzzi, large pool with giant waves. (Seasonal opening – usually May to October)
Cordoba has been the capital of both a Roman province and an Islamic caliphate. During the Middle Ages it was the intellectual centre of Europe, with universities, medical schools and vast libraries. Tour the site-rich old town, radiating out from the glorious Mezquita, the Western World’s greatest mosque and also visit the city’s modern, commercial centre.
Pupils can try flamenco dancing, and soak up some of the rhythms and traditions of Andalucia, while learning about the culture of the region. With roots in Indian, Arabic, Spanish cultures, flamenco is known for its sweeping arm movements and rhythmic feet stomping. Combined with cante (singing), toque (guitar playing), and palmas (handclaps), it makes up a folk art form that is popular across the world.
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