The Spanish Course and ‘Gourmet Experience’ combines intensive classes in the morning with cultural and gastronomic activities in the afternoon. We have designed an original program to learn Spanish while enjoying the flavor of Madrid.
If you are passionate about gastronomy, you have to get to know ours, the cuisine of Spain. Sign up for this experience to live it, savor it and learn about Spanish customs at the table. It is a flexible and tailored program in which activities are designed based on the interests of the student.In the morning, you will have the Intensive Spanish Course (20 lessons per week, 4 hours per day). At 2pm, we start with activities focused on the gastronomic culture of Spain and Madrid. You will have 2 or 4 Gourmet experiences, depending on the modality you have chosen.
- Traditional food with your teacher: Madrid stew or paella
- Lunch with your teacher in a traditional or a modern restaurant
- Tapas tour through the markets of Madrid
- Wine Tasting
- Spanish cuisine class
- Tour of the oldest taverns in Madrid
If you prefer, the program can also be combined with the Intensive Spanish Course 10 (10 hours a week, 2 hours a day). To do this, do not hesitate to contact us and we will send you a personalized quote.
Registration fee for new students: 45€
- Over 60 years: 10%
- Religious congregations: 10%
- Two or more members of the same family, simultaneously: 5%
- Welcome folder
- Level Test
- Internet and WiFi access
- First textbook
- Student assistance provided: flight purchases, transport information etc.
- Language Exchange Services
- Tutoring with teachers
- Final certificate of course attendance and level acquired
What will you do in Madrid with the Spanish Course and Gourmet Experience
Visit food and traditional markets: Madrid is home to the best markets in the country such as Mercado de San Miguel, Mercado de la Paz, Mercado de Chamberí or Platea Madrid, the largest gastronomic leisure center in Europe.
Have tapas in the oldest taverns, all of them filled with a lot of tradition and history. In addition, you will take a tour of the most typical bars in the capital, such as Casa Labra, Casa Alberto, Malacatín or El anciano Rey de los Vinos.
Eat in the oldest restaurant in the world, certified by the Guinness Book of Records: El Sobrino de Botín. Establishment founded in 1725, the painter Francisco de Goya worked there in his teens, washing dishes. During your visit, you can savor traditional and famous dishes such as suckling pig and roasted lamb in a wood oven, garlic soup or garlic prawns.
Lhardy has the honor of being the first restaurant in Spain to establish the concept of a menu: two dishes and a dessert. European haute cuisine in a courteous and aristocratic atmosphere of the 20th century, it is famous for its Lhardy stew, a centuries-old specialty. Of course, almost “compulsory” visit if you sign up for the Spanish Course and ‘Gourmet Experience’.
Snack on some churros with chocolate in San Ginés, one of the most traditional places in Madrid. Open 24 hours a day for you to taste a typical Spanish breakfast or snack: churros with chocolate. You can’t miss them!
Have a squid sandwich or a tortilla in la Plaza Mayor: another of the things that most characterizes Madrid’s gastronomy is its squid sandwich (bocadillo) and its Spanish omelette (tortilla española or tortilla de patatas). And what better place than la Plaza Mayor to savor this informal but exquisite food!
Learn Spanish and enjoy a tast of Madrid!