Spanish Course and ‘Film Experience’ in Madrid

Máx. alumnos: 10
Clases de 55 min.
Duración mínima
From 1 week
Todos los niveles
Todo el año


Monday to Friday 10:00am to 2:00pm
The activities take place in the afternoon / evening

Spanish Course and ‘Film Experience’ in Madrid:

A unique and original program which focuses on learning Spanish in and out of the classroom through an immersion in Spanish culture with unique experiences such as discovering the city from a cinematographic point of view. Learn Spanish in Madrid with our Spanish Course and ‘Film Experience’ which gives you the opportunity to discover a ‘Madrid in Film’. Learn Spanish with the emblematic films of Spanish directors and visit the places in Madrid where the films where shot.

What’s included?

Intensive Spanish Course 20 lessons + 5 cinema activities including:
  • Visits to emblematic places in Madrid where some of Almodóvar’s movies, such as ‘Alex de la Iglesia’ or ‘Amenábar’, were shot.
  • It also includes a workshop about Spanish cinema and a tour around Ava Gardner’s and Hemingway’s Madrid.

Precios del Curso de Español y Experiencia de Cine


1 semana + 5 actividades weeks

20 lessons


Registration fee for new students: 45€


  • Over 60 years: 10%
  • Religious congregations: 10%
  • Two or more members of the same family, simultaneously: 5%

Included in Registration

  • Welcome folder
  • Level Test
  • Internet Access and WiFi
  • First textbook
  • Student assistance provided: flight purchases, transport information etc.
  • Language Exchange Services
  • Mentoring with teachers
  • Final certificate of course attendance and level acquired

Additional Benefits

  • You may combine your lessons with other Cultural Activities
  • You can combine your course with our Spanish Workshops or with Private Classes

Spanish Course and ‘Film Experience’ in Madrid:

If you are passionate about cinema and even more about Spanish cinema, Madrid is the perfect city to have an unforgettable experience and feel as the lead character of your own film.

We propose a very special program.

In the morning you will have your Intensive Spanish Course and from 2:00pm we will start with the Spanish cinema activities.

The activities include:

  • Visits to emblematic places in Madrid that have been the settings of the films of Almodóvar, Alex de la Iglesia or Amenábar.
  • It also includes a workshop about Spanish cinema and a tour around Ava Gardner’s and Hemingway’s Madrid.

Madrid as a film set.

One of the many appealing aspects that the Community of Madrid has is knowing that both the streets of the capital and the towns around it have been the sceneries of many international films. Such as:

  • Spartacus (Stanley Kubrick, 1960) in Alacalá de Henares.
  • Bourne Ultimatum (Paul Greengrass, 2007) at Atocha station, Paseo de la Castellana, Madrid Barajas airport, viaduct on Calle Bailén, etc.
  • Open Your Eyes (Alejando Amenábar, 1997) in the Gran Vía, Madrid.
  • Witching and Bitching (Álex de la Iglesia, 2013) in ‘Puerta del Sol’ square.
  • The Day of the Beast (Álex de la Iglesia, 1995) in the Gran Vía, Madrid.

Madrid and Pedro Almodóvar

One of the most internationally renowned Spanish directors is Pedro Almodóvar, who although was born in La Mancha, his residence and most of his films are shot in Madrid. Discover a different way to see and live this wonderful city with our Spanish Course and ‘Film Experience’ in Madrid.

On our walk, you will be able to step on the real scenes of these movies:

  • Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988). Nominated for an Oscar and winner of the Goya Award for best film of that year. The penthouse of Calle Montalbán, 7 was where the main character lived and from its roof terrace you can see Madrid’s Gran Vía as Carmen Maura did. Another scenery is Almagro Street, 38 where Antonio Banderas’ character lived.
  • High heels (1991). Miguel Bosé played the role of a drag queen in Villa Rosa, located at Plaza de Santa Ana, 15. Another leading lady is Marisa Paredes. Sang in the María Guerrero Theater (Tamayo and Baus Streets) and lived in a basement/porter’s lodge in the Plaza del Alamillo.
  • Kika (1993). In the beginning of the film, Marisa Paredes tries to take off her boots in the Plaza de Puerta de Moros.
  • La flor de mi secreto (1995). The main actors of this film appear analyzing a script at the Café del Círculo de Bellas Artes (Alcalá street, 42).
  • Live Flesh (1997). Javier Bardem is one of the main characters of this dramatic movie and the house where his character lived is in Paseo de Eduardo Dato, 18.
  • Broken Embraces (2009). Below the Calle Segovia Viaduct lives the character played by Lluis Homar and in the famous Bar Cock in Calle Reina, 16 is where Tamar Navas’ character works as a disc-jockey.

You will have a great time in our Spanish Course and ‘Film Experience’ in Madrid