Tag: barcelona

A big paella at the school

Spain is known for many good things, including the weather, the people and the atmosphere, but above all it is known for its delicious food. At school we often enjoy a Tapas outing where...

NEW evening Spanish courses in Barcelona – starting April 2024

Are you living, or planning to live, in Barcelona and think you still have some time and energy left after work, internship or (Erasmus) studies? Make your time worthwhile and come learn Spanish with...

The Linguaschools team also enjoys activities!

It is important for us to have a team where people trust each other and feel comfortable sharing their ideas. We try to develop individual strengths as well as a sense of belonging within...

First time at a Correfoc!

The "Correfoc" is a popular show in which a group of people dressed as demons parade through the streets of a city, dancing and jumping amidst fireworks. The result is fire, noise, laughter and...

Exploring Catalonia on foot

Last Saturday we hiked in La Garrotxa, a natural park with 3 ancient volcanoes! It's the best example of volcanic landscape on the Iberian Peninsula. It has about forty volcanic cones and more than...

Linguaschools annual Christmas dinner

It's not that Christmas is coming, it's that it's already here! The lights are already illuminating the streets of Barcelona and the Christmas spirit, advertisements and businesses are preparing for a Christmas that this year...

The amazing Dalí Theater Museum

Last week we took advantage of a bank holiday to take a trip to the Dalí Theater Museum. This artist was born in Figueres on May 11, 1904, and as you should already know, he...

Christmas vibes are here!

While it's true that Barcelona doesn't have the huge Christmas markets and skating rinks of other major European cities, Spaniards are notorious for finding any excuse to get out and about. And isn't that...

NEW evening Spanish courses in Barcelona – starting January 2024

Are you living, or planning to live, in Barcelona and think you still have some time and energy left after work, internship or (Erasmus) studies? Make your time worthwhile and come learn Spanish with...

Spending a day in Sitges

Have you ever heard of the village of Sitges? While the roots of Sitges’ artistic reputation date back to the late 19th century, when Spanish painter Santiago Rusiñol took up residence there during the summer,...