La Feria de Sevilla
Although Spain is much more than tapas, sangria, bullfights and flamenco dance, these are probably the things which most identify Spain and its culture.
And no place is better than La Feria de Sevilla to experience all of this. During this annual fair, which dates back to 1847, each day begins with a parade of carriages and riders, taking Seville's inhabitants to the casetas located on the fairgrounds. Casetas are individual marquee-decorated tents.
While some casetas are open to the public, they usually belong to prominent Sevillian families, clubs (the Seville Rotary has a caseta) and associations.
From the afternoon till the early morning of the next day, crowds party and dance sevillanas on the streets, the fairgrounds and inside the casetas. And of course, all women wear the traditional flamenco dress.
Spanish gastronomy is well represented during the Feria by the traditional tapas. The common drink during the fair is the Rebujito, a cocktail that mixes Manzanilla (a kind of sherry) and soft drinks.
The Spanish classes
In the morning, you will have your Spanish classes.
After class, with your Spanish instructor as a guide, we will be visiting the Feria grounds. This is the opportunity to taste the Sevillian and southern Spain way of life
The special also includes visits to Sevilla's landmarks: the Alcázar cathedral, Giralda...
APRIL 23-29, 2023
In case you want to stay longer, you can plan to stay up to four weeks before/after the special has started/ended.
Prices starting at EURO 1700 p.p. all inclusive.
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