Spanish Course and ‘Literary Experience’ in Madrid

Clase
10 alumnos máx
Lecciones
20 lecciones / semana
Disponibilidad
From 1 week
Niveles español
Todos los niveles
Horario
Todo el año

Horarios

From Monday to Friday (in the morning) from 10:00am to 2:00pm
The activities take place in the afternoon / evening
Lecciones de 55 minutos.

Spanish Course and ‘Literary Experience’ in Madrid:

A unique and original program which focuses on learning Spanish in the classroom and beyond. It is achieved through an immersion in the Spanish culture with unique experiences. Among them, getting to know the Spanish literature of the Golden Age.

Learn Spanish in the classroom and put it into practice in the streets of Madrid, which have set the scene for the novels of the best Spanish writers of all time.

What’s included?

2 visits or workshops to choose from:

  • Visit the ‘Spanish Theater’ and the ‘Lope de Vega Museum’
  • Activity in the ‘Barrio de las Letras’
  • Visit Madrid’s best bookshops
  • Activity in the ‘Madrid Library’
  • Get together with your teacher at an old café in Madrid “El Café Gijón”

Precios

WEEKS
LESSONS
PRICE
semanas
lecciones
semanas
lecciones

Inscripción: 45€

Incluido en la inscripción:

  1. Carpeta de bienvenida
  2. Test de Nivel
  3. Acceso a Internet y WiFi
  4. Primer libro de estudio
  5. Servicio de ayuda al estudiante: compra de billetes, información sobre transportes, etc.
  6. Una o dos actividades culturales gratuitas a la semana
  7. Servicio de Intercambio de Idiomas
  8. Tutorías con los profesores
  9. Certificado final de asistencia al curso y nivel obtenido

Ventajas adicionales:

  • Puedes combinar las clases otras actividades culturales.
  • También puedes combinar tu curso con nuestros talleres de español o con clases privadas.

If you are passionate about literature, Madrid is your city.

We propose a very special program: Spanish Course and ‘Literary Experience’ in Madrid

During the morning you will have your intensive Spanish course and from 2:00pm we will tour Madrid’s most emblematic and literary neighborhoods, theaters, and museums which represent the Spanish Golden Age.

These are some examples:

‘Spanish Theater’

Madrid’s public theater is one of the oldest in the world with more than 400 years of history, which has continuously remained open except during fires or renovations.

In its origins it was conceived to feature comedic performances but nowadays, in its halls (the main hall has 740 seats and another smaller one has 110 seats), all kinds of productions of the Spanish scene are shown. In addition, it has other spaces such as an exhibition hall and other types of original rooms of the building open to the public such as a tea room, a library, and the ‘Tirso de Molina’ hall.

The building is a stunning sight from ‘Plaza Santa Ana’. One of Madrid’s jewels.

‘Lope de Vega House Museum’

Being able to enter what was the home of one of the most famous writers of Spanish literature is an experience which you cannot miss. Lope Félix de Vega Carpio lived his last twenty-five years in that emblematic house, now used as a museum. You can see the writer’s original furniture and possessions and also, if you visit in the summer, you can attend one of the many theatrical performances that are organized in the rooms of the house.

‘Las Letras’ neighborhood

An absolute must during your stay in Madrid. Culture, history and architecture which transform the walk through its streets to a trip to the Golden Age. Discover where important authors such as Cervantes, Quevedo, Góngora, and Lope de Vega walked or lived. And of course, while at the same time enjoying a variety of ‘tapas’ in the ‘bodegas’ or going shopping in its typical shops which still preserve the charm of another era.

Visit the wonderful ‘National Library of Spain’ which receives and preserves copies of all books published in Spain In addition, it has a valuable collection of historical treasures such as manuscripts, prints, drawings, photographs, tape recordings, musical scores etc…

Get together with your teacher to chat in an old café in Madrid called “El Café Gijón”