The Experiment: Spain - Regional Cultures

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  • Location(s): Spain
  • Program Type(s): Study Abroad, High School

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Celebrate the regional cultures that define Spain on an immersive summer abroad program for high school students.Experience the differences in regions and cultures across Spain on this high school summer abroad program. Your journey begins with an... read more

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Celebrate the regional cultures that define Spain on an immersive summer abroad program for high school students.

Experience the differences in regions and cultures across Spain on this high school summer abroad program. Your journey begins with an immersive orientation in Spain’s capital and largest city, Madrid. Immediately begin practicing your Spanish as you navigate the city’s medieval streets, visit the Prado Museum on Madrid’s “museum mile,” order tapas and other Spanish cuisine in local cafés, and visit the Habsburg district. Take a full-day excursion to historic Toledo as your knowledge of Spain’s history and culture deepens.

You will experience an entirely different region of Spain as you and your group travel from Madrid to your homestay location. Spend two weeks immersed in a Spanish community as you come to experience Spain’s regional differences. Your Spanish language skills will grow through daily interactions with your host family and immersion into local culture. Take day trips to explore the surrounding area with your Experiment group. Participate in flamenco classes, attend workshops with a local NGO that works with youth, and learn how to cook regional specialties.

Your exploration of Spain’s cultures and regional differences will continue as you and your group travel to Barcelona—Spain’s second-largest city and the capital of Catalonia. Visit Barcelona’s numerous UNESCO World Heritage sites, parks, the Picasso Museum, and the beautiful seaside town of Sitges. See the architecture of Gaudí, stroll down La Rambla, and get introduced to the regional language of Catalan. Return to Madrid for a final day of exploration and reflection.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
High School
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
  • Short Term
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