What's Seville Like?

Seville is the breathtaking capital of Andalusia. It is a colorful and vibrant city with a lot of things to do and explore. Seville is the birthplace of Flamenco and has a long-standing legacy of bullfighting. The city boasts a rich blend of Christian, Moorish, and Jewish traditions, as evidenced in its beautiful monuments and architecture. Seville is home to the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, a temperate climate, vibrant neighborhoods, countless tapas bars, and boundless sunshine. Students in Seville delight in standing alongside local Sevillanos to partake in the unrivaled Spanish festivities during Semana Santa and the Feria de Abril.



What's Valencia Like?

Combining urban life and a relaxed coastal atmosphere, Valencia, Spain’s third largest city, is one of the most popular destinations on the Mediterranean. Valencian celebrations and festivals throughout the year (i.e. Las Fallas), provide an excellent opportunity for you to witness Spanish character at its best. With a rich history in modern architectural masterpieces (City of Arts and Sciences), Valencia's deep, multicultural roots, cosmopolitan flavor, and warm climate to make it a true Mediterranean gem.