More and more foreigners are visiting us to study Spanish at the different schools of our region, as well as people who work in a language-related profession: university students, teachers, master's degree students.
Seville and its province are a prime destination for learning Spanish while enjoying the culture. Seville is known worldwide as a vibrant city of light and colour, which still maintains all its traditions, lifestyle, festivals, cuisine, and above all the open and hospitable character of its people. A friendly city full of charm, which you can travel at any time on foot or by bike from one end of to the other: from Triana to La Macarena, or from Santa Cruz to the Alameda de Hércules, each neighborhood with its secret corners that will never fail to surprise you.
Sevillians love their visitors and always make them feel at home. But Seville is not only the city of Seville; the province of Seville offers endless possibilities to its visitors beyond the city walls. A province rich in contrasts: the Sierra Norte of Seville with its whitewashed villages and mountains, less than an hour away by train or bus, where you can hike through the chestnut forests and breathe pure mountain air. Just 30 minutes away you will find Italica and Carmona, Roman cities with one of the best preserved amphitheatres, built by the Emperor Trajan. Then there are towns such as Osuna, Ecija, Estepa and Utrera, which still preserve the authentic Andalusian traditions: wine cellars, oil mills where virgin olive oil is produced by hand, horse and fighting bull farms, Flamenco festivals, etc.