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07 April 2016

Combining Spanish and Culinary Arts Classes: An Increasingly Popular Activity Holiday

Would you be up for exploring a new culture, language and culinary tradition?

Would you like to take part in a dynamic course, as well as geting to know new people?

This combination offers a fantastic way to achieve a state of immersion within the Spanish language and culture, without spending too much time in the classroom. In addition, Spain is the ideal country in which to participate in an activity holiday.

The gastronomy of this diverse country has attracted global fame, especially owing to its typical dishes such as paella, tortilla and various kinds of tapas. However, the culinary tradition of the various regions within Spain differs notably from place to place. For example, you can find some of the very best paellas wandering the streets of Valencia, an abundance of tasty churros in Madrid and spectacular seafood in the Basque Country.

Every part of Spain has its own distinct dishes. The best part about our courses is that you can take part in any of Spain’s major cities. Our schools are located in Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid, Santander, Seville, Valencia and more cities.

What are the courses like?

We provide Spanish classes for people of all levels, from A1 to C2, all year round. Moreover, the school is accredited by Instituto Cervantes. Our teachers are very helpful and classes always have a friendly atmosphere.

In total, the course usually consists of 30 hours per week; 20 hours of Spanish classes in our school and 10 hours of culinary arts classes with one of our bilingual chefs.

You can start the course any Monday, all year round. If you would like to sign-up or if you have any questions, send us an email here: infoweb@closeteachers.com

See you soon!