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Socio-cultural visits are substantials in all of our mobility projects. We think each group is unique and has different preferences. We will manage for you the most popular activities:

  • city tours,
  • visits to monuments,
  • tapas tours,
  • flamenco shows & concerts,
  • boat trips,
  • visits to science and nature parks,
  • city games and much more.

During free time there is the possibility of renting games or books from our small library.


Old town tour through the most representative places of the city.

Sacromonte, sometimes also called Sacramonte, is a traditional neighbourhood in the eastern area of the city of Granada.

The Albaicín, is a district of Granada. It retains the narrow winding streets of its Medieval Moorishpast dating back to the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984, along with the Alhambra.

Realejo was the Jewish district in the time of the Nasrid Granada.

It is the highest viewpoint in Granada. From here you get some amazing panoramic views of the city, the Albaicín district and its walls, the Alhambra and the Sierra Nevada.

Carmen de los Mártires is a 19th-century construction made up of a palace building and vast gardens.

It is a contemporary park that surrounds the poet’s family home. The area around the dwelling conserves elements of the original vegetable garden, whilst the remainder of the park boasts a more contemporary design. The rose garden, one of the largest in Europe, is particularly noteworthy, as is the avenue of poplars, which visually and acoustically shields the park from the impact of the motorway.

Spanish language course, the most important phrases and expressions as well as the branch language from each sector.


Welcome tour through the most popular places in Malaga, giving chance to observe Roman, Arab and Renaissance culture. Main street Larios, Constitution Square, impressive Cathedral, La Merced Square with Picasso’s home and and the most famous restaurant in the city bodega El Pimpi – this everything makes Malaga a beautiful and interesting city in every time of the year.

Harbor of Malaga is a place where people can relax in one of the many restaurants in this area, go for a shopping or just admire amazing panorama on the promenade called Muelle Uno.

Amazing historical heritage of Malaga from the Muslim time in this region. From Gibralfaro hill is great view on the most beautiful part of the city as the harbor, bullfighting ring, city center and mountains. The Alcazaba Palace located at the foot of the Gibralfaro hill, crowned by the Arab defence works to which the citadel is connected by a walled passage known as the Coracha.

Botanic Garden is one of the most beautiful and important tropical and subtropical gardens of Spain and one of the most appreciated in Europe. It forms a set of fountains and waterfalls, combined with a beautiful selection of subtropical plants from around the world, its romantic landscape style stands out with significant neoclassical features. It’s amazing place to spend good time with nature.

Buenavista Palace houses a permanent collection showing eight decades of work by Pablo Picasso, who was born in Malaga in 1881. The collection conveys the rigor and creativity of an artist who is essential to understand the history of Western art.

Mediterranean climate makes that Malaga is good place to spend time on the beach for the whole year. Playing volleyball and football is the best form to meet better each other and admire the seaside charms.

Spanish language course, the most important phrases and expressions as well as the branch language from each sector.


The Alcázar of Seville, commonly known as the Royal Alcázars of Seville, is a royal palace, built for the Christian king Peter of Castile. It was built by Castilian Christians on the site of an Abbadid Muslim residential fortress destroyed after the Christian conquest of Seville.

Metropol Parasol is a wooden structure located at La Encarnación square, in the old quarter of Seville. It was designed by the German architect Jürgen Mayer.

The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See better known as Seville Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Seville. It was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

The Giralda is the bell tower of Seville Cathedral.

The Torre del Oro is a dodecagonal military watchtower in Seville. It was erected by the Almohad Caliphate in order to control access to Seville via the Guadalquivir river. 

The Plaza de España is a square in the Parque de María Luisa, built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. It is a landmark example of the Regionalism Architecture, mixing elements of the Renaissance Revival and Moorish Revival (Neo-Mudéjar) styles of Spanish architecture.


Welcome tour through the most representative places of the city.

The Comb of the Wind is a collection of three sculptures by Eduardo Chillida arranged as an architectural work by the Basque architect Luis Peña Ganchegui. For both, this is one of their most important and well known works.

The Naval Museum of San Sebastián is a small museum that pays tribute to the tradition and history of the basque maritimum heritage. It is located inside an old 18th century house which used to be a tower-house owned by the consulate, and it can be found in San Sebastián port, just before the Aquarium –which is also in the port- and the stairs leading to the New Promenade.

The Miramar Palace is a late 19th-century palace located on the La Concha Bay of the city of San Sebastián. It was built in 1893 commissioned by the Spanish Royal Family, based on an 1889 project by English architect Selden Wornum.

Monte Igeldo is located at the end of La Concha Bay, marking the limit between the city and the sea. Here, you can travel back to the past in a 1912 funicular railway, , while enjoying the most iconic views of the city.

Buen Pastor Cathedral is the biggest religious building in San Sebastián occupying a prominent complex in the centre of the city together with the Koldo Mitxelena Cultural Centre and the post office. Its 75-metre high tower rises in the shape of a needle that can be seen from almost every part of the city.

The San Telmo Museum has culminated a process of renewal and extension required to reach out to the public in this new 21st century. The keystone to this project is the small architectonic “gem” incrusted in Mount Urgull and designed by the architects Nieto & Sobejano, featuring a characteristic facade covered in plants.


Monte do Gozo (Hill of Joy) is a hill in Santiago de Compostela. It is known for being the place where Christian pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James) get their first views of the three spires of their destination, the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.

The Praza do Obradoiro is main square of the Santiago de Compostela old town, although not placed at the real centre. It lies to the West of the main façade of the Santiago de Compostela cathedral, and thus the Pórtico da Gloria must be crossed to get into the building from the square.

Alameda Park is a large park located in the heart of Santiago de Compostela. Designed to resemble the grounds of a grand country estate, the park has more than 90 different types of plants. 

The university traces its roots back to 1495, when a school was opened in Santiago. In 1504, Pope Julius II approved the foundation of a university in Santiago but “the bull for its creation was not granted by Clement VII until 1526”. In 1555 the institute began to separate itself from strictly religious instruction with the help of Cardinal Juan Álvarez de Toledo and started to work towards developing other academic fields, including the emerging science fields.

Destined to be an architectural referent of the 21st century, the Gaiás Centre Museum is one of the most singular, useful buildings of the City of Culture, which aspires to become the most important exhibition centre in Galicia.

The food market in Santiago de Compostela, known as Mercado de Abastos, in the Old Town is the city’s second most visited attraction after the cathedral and a must-see for food lovers.


Old town tour through the most representative places of the city.

Walk around the park + outdoor picnic + activity and movement games.

So-called orienteering, combined with solving puzzles, the aim of which is to reach a specific place that is the solution of the main riddle.

Cycling trip combined with visiting the charming corners of the area. *

Traditional Spanish sweets tasting (chocolate con churros, fartón, horchata, etc.) *

Tapas evening- traditional spanish snacks tasting *.

Flamenco dance show *.

Spanish language course, the most important phrases and expressions as well as the branch language from each sector.

* Attractions payable additionally, from each participant.